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Environmental racism disproportionately affects Black communities nationwide. Here are 10 instances.


The Supreme Court is considering whether local governments can make it a crime to sleep outside if no inside space is available.


The fate of scholarship money is up in the air in Ohio after seven state universities put race-conscious programs on hold.


Grammy Award-winning gospel singer Mandisa, who rose to fame in part as a participant on the popular “American Idol” singing contest TV show, died on April 19. She was 47.

The first Black-owned private rocket company wants to create more opportunities for inclusion in space exploration.


According to people on X, Stephen A. Smith epically put his foot in his mouth in defense of Donald Trump.

Reprieve, a non-profit organization advocating against the death penalty, shed light on a troubling aspect of the controversial form of capital punishment in a new report. 

Two years ago, 37-year-old Tremar Harris was a pre-trial detainee in solitary confinement at the Appling County jail in Brunswick, Georgia.

“It never ends,” began Nsombi Lambright-Haynes during an exclusive discussion with NewsOne about Mississippi’s Goon Squad members, Brett McAlpin, who filed a notice of appeal this week despite having plead guilty to torturing two Black men, his attorney Aafram Sellers reported. 

Donald Trump's campaign plans to deploy 100,000 attorneys and volunteers across battleground states to monitor the counting of votes.

Here are 10 apps that Black singles can use to find long-lasting love or a casual fling.

More human remains that authorities believe belong to Sade Robinson were found on Thursday along Lake Michigan in South Milwaukee.