At least two games in the series to determine the next NBA champion will be played in Miami after the NAACP issued a travel advisory for Florida because it is "hostile to Black Americans."

The road to recovery for Ralph Yarl has been strenuous, but that hasn’t stopped the Black teen from being an inspiration to the world.

The Supreme Court is considering ending affirmative action.

College basketball champion Angel Reese has signed a new beauty deal with Black-founded brand Mielle Organics.

This budget season, the D.C. Council has an incredible opportunity to reflect on the lessons of progressive, pandemic spending. The Council will take its final vote on the budget on Tuesday.

Disability status doesn't protect Black men, women, or children from anti-Black violence.

On the third anniversary of the murder of George Floyd, civil rights leaders mourn the loss of the Black man whose death sparked a movement.

The latest incident against Vinícius Júnior shows how institutionalized racism is in soccer.

Explaining the political crisis and what it means for our communities.

Ex-Mississippi cop Andrew Bankhead has been identified through social media as the man who shot and killed 15-year-old Cornelius McGee Jr.

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

Award-winning author and journalist asha bandele remembers Harry Belafonte as a master strategist.

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

African, Caribbean and Middle Eastern immigrants throughout Europe have used hip-hop to advance racial and economic justice.

Serena Williams' daughter Olympia gave the most adorable reaction to the news that she would be a big sister.

For singers – amateur and professional alike – the name Tina Turner evokes instant reverence: Turner is a singer’s singer.

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Tim Scott announced his presidential campaign in the same week as the third anniversary of George Floyd's murder, drawing attention to claims he "doomed" police reform to fail in the Senate.

Cherelle Parker is the favorite to become the city's 100th mayor, the first woman and first Black woman to serve in the role.

Vice President Kamala Harris recently waded into "the real H-U" debate that pits Howard University against Hampton University, both HBCUs.

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Cyrus Carmack-Belton’s murder by Rich Chow draws attention to the worst stereotypes among Black and Asian relations.

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz caused an uproar with a tweet that claimed the late Dr. King would be "ashamed" of the NAACP's Florida travel advisory. Black Twitter schooled him quickly.

A GoFundMe has begun. "We can’t afford a lawyer,“ the teen's mother said.

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Our Forever First Lady has launched a new health company.

Bowie State University is officially naming its theater at the HBCU's performing arts center after music legend Dionne Warwick.

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

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We have sifted through the myths and half-truths and uncovered the authentic story of how the Memorial Day holiday came into being.

Legislation and policies that disproportionately affect Black people aren't limited to Florida.

“Affinity graduations” are drawing the ire of conservatives, who incorrectly dismiss them as “segregated” graduations. The attacks on the special ceremonies overlook the history of racism on campus.

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Hollywood actor John Beasley has died at the age of 79. His death was confirmed by his son Tyrone Beasley.

The U.S. Department of Education awarded more than $1 million in grants for HBCUs targeted and disrupted by racist bomb threats last year.

The aftermath of the Tulsa Race Massacre's 18 hours of violence shows the unthinkable levels of racist devastation inflicted on Black Wall Street in the Greenwood Business District from May 31, 1921.

Judge Joe Brown's years-old comments suggesting "it's a lie" Tina Turner was abused by Ike Turner have resurfaced after the singer's death.

Austin Schoemann was indicted by a federal grand jury for racially threatening multiple Black people and using death threats.

On this Memorial Day, take a moment to reflect on some of the other monuments erected in honor of their selfless sacrifice and service to the United States.

To tell the story of the U.S. military without honoring Black soldiers would be a true injustice.

On this Memorial Day, we honor the unique roles that Black soldiers have played while fighting foreign wars for the United States.

From Tim Scott to Tory Lanez, get caught up with this visual journey through the past seven days of the top Black news stories of the week.