As Hurricane Ian touches down in Florida, remember who suffers disproportionately. The destruction from hurricanes is never equally distributed.

Maryland’s Republican nominee for governor, Del. Dan Cox, fell flat trying to woo Black voters at Morgan State University, Maryland's largest HBCU.

“Don’t trust the state” to fix the water crisis, Jackson Mayor Lumumba told residents.

A new book claims Trump credited ex-girlfriend Kara Young's intelligence to her white dad.

The coordinated walkout of hundreds of middle and high school students in Virginia to protest Gov. Glenn Youngkin's decision to reverse protections for transgender youth spotlights how Black people face some of the highest levels of discrimination in the trans community.

Black people have for years been leading the chorus of criticism about Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who literally "ran" away from doing his job when being served a subpoena.

Swatting is a dangerous hoax where emergency services are informed of a threat such as a shooting, bomb, or hostage situation at a specific address. 

Gadsden County Commissioner Jeffery Moore resigned over the picture of him in a KKK outfit.

NYC Mayor Eric Adams keeps opposing bail reform as deaths mount in the notorious jail.

Getting eligibility information is the first step.

Subscribers are promised "sensual" content including "lingerie on the weekends."

There is a ghost roaming the halls of Pickens County Museum in South Carolina and his name is Willie Earle.

Learn about changes to voting rights since 2020 and how to cast your ballot in the upcoming midterm elections.

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.

The funeral for Patrick Lyoya, an unarmed black man shot in the head by Grand Rapids police, will be held at 11 am today at the Renaissance Church of God in Christ in Michigan.

The family of Jason Walker, an unarmed Black man who was shot and killed by off-duty police officer Jeffrey Hash, has retained civil rights attorney Ben Crump following the questionable shooting in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

A judge handed down life in prison sentences to each of Ahmuad Arbery's three convicted murderers - Greg and Travis McMichaels and William "Roddie" Bryan - for the brutal and brazen killing of the unarmed Black jogger in a case that centered on race and captivated the world's attention.

Nationally renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump is filing a lawsuit against Louisiana's agency overseeing child welfare over years-old allegations that Black children were sexually abused by "wealthy white men" while in the state's custody.

The family stated that there is no sufficient form of justice because they have to venture through life without their son, but urged for "accountability at the highest level."

A deathbed declaration by a former undercover NYPD officer accuses the NYPD and the FBI of acting as co-conspirators in the assassination of the civil rights icon.

Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump shared the details of the report during a Wednesday news conference, which showed the 22-year-old was shot in the back by La Marque cop Jose Santos on Dec. 9.

He holds a news conference with Taylor's family.