The Republican Accountability PAC ran an ad featuring Heschel Walker's ex-wife, Cindy DeAngelis Grossman, alleging domestic violence.

"Dion Middleton isn't some miscellaneous corrections officer—he's the officer responsible for training the others."

While the outcome is not surprising, the continued refusal of the legal system to hold Carolyn Bryant Donham responsible is nonetheless disheartening.

Both Mohamed and Verbeten are in districts considered “safe” for Democrats, making it likely at least two Black women will be seated in the state senate next term.

It is not a new Black Lives Matter movement separate from the 1960s. We are fighting in the Black freedom movement that our ancestors started fighting when the first colonizers attempted to capture them. 

Serena Williams announced via Vogue that she is retiring from the game of tennis after nearly three decades.

Ashley Lockhart, a mother of six, was found stabbed to death in a minivan in Philadelphia. Her fiancé, Raymond Thompson, was charged.

For "good actors" to reach voters effectively, they need clear and consistent information about how to comply with the new 10DLC policies.

She Matters is a digital health platform specifically designed to support Black mothers struggling with postpartum depression.

Eight POC officers at Ramsey County Jail were awarded a $1.5 million settlement after being barred from Derek Chauvin.

A viral video shows an unidentified officer roughly handling a handcuffed Eugene Lewis.

Last year, Black Women's Equal Pay Day landed on Aug. 3. But this year, it falls on Sept. 21, indicating the gap has widened.

Once the state's second largest city, Vanport was founded and destroyed because of racism.

The woman at the center of Emmett Till's death dictated “I Am More Than A Wolf Whistle” more than a decade ago. It represents the first time she has spoken openly about the case.

Paula Deen was fired Friday afternoon by the Food Network over her use of the word “ni**ers” and her plantation fantasy of planning a wedding reception with Black men serving food dressed as Antebellum slaves, reports the L.A. Times. The Food Network released a brief statement: “Food Network will not renew Paula Deen’s contract when […]