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Catch up on the latest world news, investigations, and analysis told from a Black perspective.

Ramon "Hushpuppi" Abbas, a Nigerian social media star who flaunted a luxurious lifestyle that the DOJ says was obtained through illicit means, has pleaded guilty to scamming and defrauding a businessman and others out of tens of millions of dollars.

In honor of Nelson Mandela Day celebrating the birthday of South Africa's first Black president, here is a complete timeline outlining some of the key events in the legendary life of "Madiba."

The U.S. government had a stern warning in no uncertain terms for any Haitians considering trying to flee and seek asylum in the U.S. following the assassination of the island nation's president: Don't do it.

While Moïse's presidential term was riddled with criticism and controversy, the loss of the nation's leader invites valid questions regarding the country's future amid fears of rising gang and police violence as well as political instability.

Vice President Kamala Harris' glory of being the highest-ranking Black American woman to make a foreign trip was short-lived after comments she made about the immigration crisis at the border, including an interview with Lester Holt.

Harris faced heat from conservatives and some progressives who are irate over the United States' history of mistreating migrants attempting to flee violence and persecution in their home countries.

Vice President Kamala Harris became the highest-ranking Black woman government official in U.S. history to make a foreign trip when she traveled to Guatemala and Mexico to address the immigration crisis.

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

In a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the senators called for Haitians in the U.S. to remain under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation.

A series of photos following the bombshell interview with Meghan Markle suggests the Royal Family is scrambling to be seen in public with Black people in an age-old PR stunt used by closeted white supremacists to deny they're racist.

At least one person was reportedly killed in Johannesburg as police responded with deadly force during ongoing protests against mounting student debt in South Africa.

Black immigrants like those from Haiti are of particular concern to immigration activists worried about the Biden administration deporting them to nations either mired in conflict, poverty, both or worse.