Under the new terms, borrowers who have loans issued through the government but held by private lenders will no longer be eligible for debt relief.

Florida A&M University students suing Florida and the state’s university system claim the HBCU was deprived of more than $1 billion in funding for decades.

The Black maternal health crisis continues to proliferate across the nation. Black women experience more pregnancy complications and higher maternal mortality rates than white women.

Tua's head injury has left many people questioning if the Miami Dolphins even should have allowed him to play Thursday night.

Friday marked Ketanji Onyika Brown Jackson's investiture as the newest associate justice to join the Court.

Legal representatives for Atlanta rapper Gunna have filed a third motion in court this week with the hopes of landing a bond hearing.

The heightened political discourse on the heels of Dobbs fails to acknowledge that for decades, low-income folks have already been faced with dismal abortion outcomes due to the privacy tax they incur.

Clarence Thomas' wife had ducked the panel.

Gadsden County officials are demanding answers from Ron DeSantis regarding a photo showing Jeffery Moore in a Ku Klux Klan hat and robe.

Columbus County Sheriff Jody Greene was recorded condemning "black bastards."

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.

It's important to be clear that Question 2 -- a critical ballot initiative that would have replaced the Minneapolis Police Department with a Department of Public Safety -- was not the beginning and certainly not the end of our movement.

Voters have rejected a ballot question that would have reimagined public safety in Minneapolis replacing the city's police department, which has been at the center of racial justice protests following the murder of George Floyd last year.

When shots were fired in Minneapolis as the Third Precinct police station burned, people on the ground insisted the gunshots were the result of right-wing agitators. They were right. 

Proponents of the proposed public safety charter argue that undoing a fifty-year-old charter amendment would correct the history of systemic racism and brutality from the city's police department.