HBCU homecomings are important cultural staples in the Black community that have been largely absent during the pandemic. The tradition resumes this year.

Lauryn Hill's daughter and Bob Marley's granddaughter Selah Marley caught flack for proudly wearing Kanye's "White Lives Matter" shirt.

So-called pro-life conservatives "don't care" if Herschel Walker paid for his ex-girlfriend's abortion as long as he wins his Senate race.

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty is showing us who they really are.

Who can forget the iconic moment Jim Redmond helped his injured son cross the finish line at the 1992 Olympics?

His rulings reveal a broader ultraconservative agenda to roll back social and political gains.

Football players in California were not expelled for a racist TikTok video "prank."

The Congressional Bipartisan HBCU Caucus sent a letter pressing AG Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray to act on Black college bomb threats.

Among the first arguments is one of the few remaining sections of the Voting Rights Act.

Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul attended a fundraiser instead.

It says a lot when even a super-conservative Supreme Court shuns a far-right extremist.

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.

A community project awaits the go-ahead to repurpose the Lee statue.

Some question the wisdom of the incident as it feeds into the right’s obsession with “crisis actors” and claims tragic events are staged.  Others directly challenged the use of Charlottesville as a prop. Local news outlet WVIR reported that Democratic Del. Sally Hudson who represents the area called out the stunt.  

"We have had a number of issues with effective returns in criminal trials for reasons ranging from ingrained problems in our legal system that have to do with long histories of white supremacy, to all kinds of procedural problems that have derailed justice in one way or another," University of Chicago historian Kathleen Belew said in an interview with NPR. "Civil trials are a really good tool in hitting the pocketbooks and the membership lists of white power groups."