Usher has been named as the headliner for the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show as Jay-Z plans another huge performance for one of the world's biggest sporting events.

"Sheeeeiiittttt!" The new federal corruption indictment against New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez is giving Clay Davis bribery vibes from "The Wire."

After they successfully complete each course, students enrolled at the Tuskegee Flight Academy are eligible for free flight training. 

Oklahoma police say Judge Brian Noel Lovett shot at six cars in separate shootings and used his SUV as a weapon during a wild road rage episode that resulted in his peaceful arrest. Yes, he is white.

Alabama's Oneonta City Schools announced that students would be disciplined for their racist Snapchat messages.

Prosecutors called their first witness in the trial of two officers charged in connection to the death of 23-year-old Elijah McClain.

federal judge has set a trial date for the five former Memphis officers accused of murdering Tyre Nichols. 

"If the climate is not here, it doesn't matter about racism; we'll all be gone," she said.

The family of Irvo Otieno has finally reached a settlement in his tragic death.

On Tuesday, hundreds of residents rallied outside City Hall demanding that the city begin to roll out reparations recommendations.

The bill would establish an office dedicated to missing and murdered Black women and girls within the Department of Justice.  

The centrality of the Bible in Black life cannot be overstated, Rev. Osagyefo Sekou writes.

In all its wisdom, the Supreme Court has joyfully unleashed its wrecking ball of justice to obliterate affirmative action.

The teen who refused to give his Citi Bike bike to Sarah Jane Comrie and his family spoke out about the viral incident.

Ben Crump describes what he witnessed after seeing the Tyre Nichols footage that the police plan to release to the public today.

Fewer white people call Washington, D.C home in a demographic shift that happened during the pandemic and restores the "Chocolate City" nickname.

Charlottesville City Council came to an agreement to melt down the Robert E. Lee monument and give a local African-American history museum the task of creating something more reflective of the city’s diversity with its remains.