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Prosecutors filed a new complaint accusing Donald Trump of launching a "vile and racist" attack against former Georgia election workers Ruby Freeman and her daughter Wandrea “Shaye” Moss.


Grace Jabbari testified in the Jonathan Majors' domestic violence trial that the actor was prone to angry and violent outbursts during their two-year relationship.

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Camden County Sheriff’s Deputy Buck Aldridge and the Camden County Sheriff’s Office are being sued for $16 million over the killing of Leonard Cure, an unarmed and exonerated Black man.

Donald Trump's RICO co-defendant Trevian Kutti could be jailed if her latest threats against Ruby Freeman violate the terms of her bond.


Philadelphia has reduced school-based arrests by 91% since 2013. Researchers explain the effects of keeping kids out of the legal system.


Fewer young people intend to vote in 2024 than in 2019, but the decline among young Black voters is “most pronounced,” a new poll found. But a closer look at the results suggests Republicans, not Democrats, could be affected most.

An Alabama police officer with the Reform Police Department is on administrative leave after video showed her tasing a handcuffed Black man for no discerning reason outside of her fragile blue ego getting bruised.

Savoi Wright was wrongfully arrested in Venezuela, his family said as they fight for the Black American man's safe return to the U.S.

Brittany Watts is accused of trying to flush a fetus down a toilet after she miscarried.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

Fred Hampton was only 21 years old when he was killed on Dec. 4, 1969, but his political, social and revolutionary legacy stands the test of time through these following quotes.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

On Dec. 4, 1969, the 21-year-old chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party was murdered by Chicago police.

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A new Jacksonville shooting lawsuit accuses Dollar General and the white supremacist shooter's parents of negligence that enabled the racist violence.