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.