Current Events

A group of Congressional Republicans is carrying on the “Trump tradition” with their new "America First Caucus."

The Tuesday announcement comes two weeks after Sheskey returned from administrative leave. Inaction in Kenosha, along with the resignations in the Daunte Wright killing outside of Minneapolis, raise renewed concerns about policing and discipline. 

Minnesota sports teams postponed games Monday out of respect for Daunte Wright, the 20-year-old Brooklyn Center man killed by police during a traffic stop on Sunday.

The youngest Black woman to serve in Congress, Underwood walks softly but packs a real punch in legislative action. A registered nurse by training, Underwood has prioritized Black maternal health.

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, St. Vincent authorities recommended those entering shelters be vaccinated.

Despite being exposed for wearing Blackface in an old photo back in 2019, Northam’s support was highly sought after. He claims that he met with all of the candidates except one who was not interested in his endorsement. 

NABJ previously called on CBS to release employees from nondisclosure agreements so that they could share a full account of their experiences.

Jones was the first woman elected as St. Louis Treasurer in 2012. After her narrow loss in the 2017 mayoral election, Jones continued to work with the movement that embraced her.

On April 6, Tishaura Jones became the first Black woman elected mayor of St. Louis.

In the short time since she took office, acting Mayor Kim Janey has launched a hotline for vaccine appointments. She also announced a Vaccine Equity Grant program and a rental relief effort.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and House Speaker David Ralston are placing the blame on everyone except for themselves.

Just how racist does someone have to be to actively work for the better part of two years to stop saying the N-word?