Accused Capitol rioter Mandy Robinson-Hand and a fake Republican elector in the 2020 election are listed as "captains" working for Herschel Walker's campaign, according to a new report. No wonder he's been dodging debates against Sen. Raphael Warnock.

Electric cars are critical for reducing transportation emissions, but communities of color currently adopt this key technology at lower rates than white drivers.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams, who continues to oppose bail reform, is unsure about the plan to close Rikers Island by 2027 as inmate deaths keep mounting.

The consequences are unfolding for Brett Favre over his role in the Mississippi welfare scandal.

Black Twitter recently discovered and is reacting to Rachel Dolezal's OnlyFans account, which has existed since August 2021.

A slew of internet users slammed Rihanna for doubling back on her solidarity with former NFL player Colin Kaepernick.

The person behind the term "alternative facts" cited nonexistent marijuana "overdose deaths."

NewsOne has come up with a shortlist of things you should know before the Walker v. Warnock debate.

The Riverfront Times reported Monday that the St. Louis Police Officers Association asked the city to remove Roorda from union-related emails.

The EPA is opening a new office that it says will double down on environmental justice efforts.

Shaun Lucas killed unarmed Black man Jonathan Price during a 2020 confrontation.

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.

Frequently citing Boston's racist reputation, Black Bostonians took turns explaining why they thought the city's voters continue to pass over qualified Black mayoral candidates.

City Councilors Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu -- the top two vote-getters in Boston's mayoral primary -- advanced to faceoff in the general election in November, ensuring the city will elect its first non-white male mayor. She just won't be Black.

All five major candidates are people of color, two are Black women, setting the stage for voters to elect the first non-white man to lead the city.

Janey became the first woman and first Black person to lead the nearly 400-year-old city on Monday.