Vice President Kamala Harris made her triumphant arrival in Ghana on Sunday as she begins a weeklong stay in Africa in an effort to help deepen "enduring" ties to the United States.

Jonathan Majors' lawyer said a woman "recanting" allegations that the movie star assaulted her is among the evidence expected to get all criminal charges dropped against him.

The sitcom is used as an entry point to critical conversations, linking episodes' issues to research and policy.

What data privacy risk does TikTok pose? What could the Chinese government do with data collected by the app? Is its content recommendation algorithm dangerous? And is it even possible to ban an app?

Former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was listed to speak at the Social Conservative Police Conference, organized by the Family Police Alliance, a right-wing organization with extreme views.

The Florida NAACP is warning Black people about traveling to Florida, where civil and social rights are under attack by Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Four ex-Memphis police officers charged in the death of Tyre Nichols will never work as law enforcement in the state of Tennessee again.  

The famous TV judge said he's "never met" the award-winning actress.

More details are emerging about the 28-year-old's death by Virginia cops and hospital staff.

ESPN's Mina Kimes had some choice words for Jason Whitlock after the sunken critic defended a radio host calling her an anti-Asian slur.

It’s been nearly five months since Robinson’s death in Mexico.

Award-winning journalist Jemele Hill gets candid in an exclusive interview for NewsOne's inaugural digital cover.

To secure the future of reparations for Black America, remember the Black South.

What happens when outsiders to the HBCU community try to impact Black college culture? The answer may not be as straightforward as you think.

In 1987 there were 91 African American owned banks in America. Today there are only 24. Many Black financial institutions are struggling to stay afloat in the face of the recession and have to contend with fierce competition for customers in areas that they once dominated in. One of the nation’s largest Black financial institutions, […]

Comedian Trevor Noah is currently everywhere thanks to his new job — he’s nabbed the coveted hosting spot at The Daily Show. In an interview with the New York Times, the 31-year-old confirmed the whispers that he would be Jon Stewart’s successor once he officially steps down later this year. The comedian has made a handful of […]

So this happened. Just days after Deadline.com’s Nellie Andreeva posted a piece that seemed to attribute the number of Black actors snagging roles in Hollywood to an affirmative action quota of sorts (and simply put, not Black excellence), the site’s editor has issued an apology. Deadline is sorry. They really are sorry. My co-editor-in-chief Nellie […]

Hollywood trainer to the stars Jeanette Jenkins has whipped everyone into shape from Alicia Keys to Kelly Rowland and on Monday, she joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now for this week’s installment of Fit!Live!Win! Jenkins shared her fitness and workout tips to help motivate and inspire others to live a healthier lifestyle and prepare for that summer body. […]

Some mental health experts are beginning to grow concerned that the murderous behavior of Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz is stigmatizing mental illness. Lubitz, according to The New York Times, had been treated by psychotherapists “over a long period of time,” but failed to reveal it to his employer, the office of the public prosecutor in […]

If law enforcement officers stop you, do you know what you should do to make sure the encounter does not turn into a deadly confrontation? Do you know what your legal rights are? Monique Pressley, principal of The Pressley Firm PLLC, explained what you should and should not do during a police encounter, even if you […]

Four San Francisco sheriff’s deputies were placed on administrative leave and are currently under investigation after a public defender accused them of forcing Black and Latino inmates into “gladiator-style” fight clubs, CNN reports. On Thursday, Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi asked the U.S. Justice Department to investigate after the city’s public defender, Jeff Adachi, accused White deputies of coercing the […]

Police are on the lookout for two men who assaulted a passenger on a St. Louis train for refusing to speak about the Michael Brown case, the New York Daily News reports. The incident took place last Monday evening when David Autry was riding the MetroLink train home. He was approached by a group of men […]

The New York Police Department officer cleared in Eric Garner’s chokehold death is being sued over a 2010 car crash that left a man with “severe and permanent” injuries, reports the New York Daily News. The officer, Daniel Pantaleo, was recently named as a defendant in a civil suit filed in Queens Supreme Court against […]

It’s no surprise that there would be backlash and outrage over the OWN network giving Jay Williams, the Atlanta man with 34 kids by 17 different women who was featured on Iyanla Vanzant’s Fix My Life series, his own reality show. Black Twitter exploded when it was announced this week that Williams would debut this […]

Willow Smith presented a more mature look with her parents Will and Jada Pinkett Smith at Black Girls Rock! over the weekend. Willow showed love and support to Jada as she took home the Stellar Star Award. Rocking an all-gray ensemble, the 14-year-old stood in the audience as Will presented Jada with the coveted award. He also dismissed […]

Following the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner, tensions between cops and the communities they serve have been at an all-time high. Now, a new proposed bill will add fuel to the fire. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey may sign a bill that would forbid law enforcement officials from publicizing the names of cops involved in shootings […]