Economists estimated it will cost more than $800 billion to compensate the descendants of Black enslaved people for reparations.

According to NewsNation, Rasheem's boss, Luke Clements says he has received death threats online after the death of Rasheem Carter.

The genius girl duo presented their research at a recent conference where they were the only high schoolers in attendance.

Although his death has hit mainstream media, donations are slow to roll in. 

Fox contributor Nicole Parker falsely claimed a side door to the Covenant School in Nashville was unlocked during Monday's school shooting and blamed that instead of guns.

Performing under the pseudonym, Montague Ring, Amanda Aldridge wrote over thirty songs and dozens of instrumental music.

Actress Jodie Turner-Smith opened up about how having a biracial daughter with her white husband changed her feelings toward colorism. Back in 2019, she said she "hated the dark skin that made people call me ugly" as a teenager.

In this episode of Black Folklore, host Grant Yanney tells the fascinating story of the Ghost of Willie Earle.

The family of a U.S. couple kidnapped by Haitian gang is pleading with gang members for the safe release of their loved ones. 

Philadelphia is the latest with a water crisis.

The lawyer, author and TransAfrica founder was an anti-apartheid icon.

Award-winning journalist Jemele Hill gets candid in an exclusive interview for NewsOne's inaugural digital cover.

To secure the future of reparations for Black America, remember the Black South.

What happens when outsiders to the HBCU community try to impact Black college culture? The answer may not be as straightforward as you think.

Niecy Nash has been dominating Hollywood with her diverse roles in projects such as 'Claws' and 'Reno 911!' Let's take a look at her rise to fame.

Late comedian Bernie Mac has a never-before-heard stand-up album on the way with Laugh Out Loud Radio called "Tapes From A King."

Imagine if these unrelated-yet-identical actors actually got together and played siblings in a Hollywood project. We did. See if you agree.

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After the Nashville school shooting, Florida Republican Rep. Byron Donalds urged people not to "get into emotion" by blaming guns for the preventable and senseless tragedy.

Vice President Kamala Harris gave an emotional speech at Cape Coast Castle, Ghana's historic slave trading post. Read the full speech here.

Fox News host Dana Perino claims the word "woke" is more of a "feeling" than something that can actually be defined.

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Black people are being warned about Gov. Ron DeSantis' attack on civil and social rights.

Defense attorneys argued their clients weren't responsible for Irvo Otieno's death because their participation in the incident was minimal.

Louisiana Prosecutor Hugo Holland has been tapped to prosecute the five white cops who killed Ronald Greene, but he's a racist and pro-cop.

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Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was honored with a street renaming for her in Miami, where she was raised.

Morehouse College is teaming up with the Ida B. Wells Society to increase the representation of reporters of color in investigative journalism.

The trailblazing civil rights activist's likeness will be featured on the quarter.

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Whitlock declared on his show that if he were an NFL team owner, he would "think twice before drafting a Black quarterback."

Mississippi news anchor Barbie Bassett was taken off the air for quoting Snoop Dogg.

A Florida parent complained about the film showing a 6-year-old Black girl integrating New Orleans schools in the 1960s.

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A GoFundMe account for longtime Covenant School custodian Michael Hill, who was killed in this week's shooting, has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars in less than a day.

Here's how to live stream the funeral for Irvo Otieno, a Black man whose alleged murder by Virginia cops and hospital staff sparked outrage. The funeral begins at 11:30 a.m. ET.

Regardless of guilt or innocence, he may have an asterisk next to his name the rest of his career.

Pan-Afrikan psychologist Dr. Umar Johnson drew attention to interracial relationships when he asked if Jonathan Majors was "snowbunnied" after his arrest for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend.

Film and stage industry veterans were quick to call Jonathan Majors "abusive" after he was arrested for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend.

Jonathan Majors' lawyer said a woman "recanting" allegations that the movie star assaulted her is among the evidence expected to get all criminal charges dropped against him.

Jonathan Majors was arrested in New York City on charges he strangled, assaulted and harassed his girlfriend.

The famous TV judge said he's "never met" the award-winning actress.