The Black community is even more distrustful because of the way the system continues to treat them in disparate ways, a new study has revealed.

Clarence Thomas went out of his way to dissent in an 8-1 Supreme Court decision upholding a law banning domestic abusers under restraining orders from legally having guns.

At least two people were killed.

Louisiana Rep. Lauren Ventrella said that non-Christian students who have a problem with the Ten Commandments law for schools should not "look at it."

Reggie Jackson spoke out about the racism he experienced in Alabama during the Negro Leagues tribute game in Birmingham.

Nevada brothel owner Madam Bella Cummins, a longtime pimp, endorsed Donald Trump over a campaign promise about tipping in the service industry.

Kelly's display of unconscionable anti-Black / pro-white hate gaslighting began with the ridiculous argument that Trump can't be judged by a "jury of his peers" because he has no peers because he was the president.

The rapper and Alfred Liggins were in Cannes, France, discussing the impact of Black culture.

A final goodbye to baseball’s "Say hey kid."

Kimberlé W. Crenshaw explains the evidence-based content Critical Race Theory teaches.

Black Voters Matter and me too. International have joined forces for the 2024 election.

NewsOne was on the scene at this year's Bloody Sunday commemoration.

These TV shows, films and documentaries are timely.

The historic landmark and iconic cultural institution is reinventing itself.

Fifteen years after his death, accusations against Michael Jackson continue to haunt his name.

Entitled "Our Spirit," the new Juneteenth ad is the Biden Campaign's latest celebration and honoring of Black American culture.

Byron Donalds is fantasizing about being able to "step in" as vice president to Donald Trump is needed, according to reports.

Let's resist the urge to take shots at political opponents at the expense of the 19 million people in the U.S. who live under the weight of a felony conviction.

Dr. Errol Henderson, most notably in one of his more recent works, The Revolution Will Not Be Theorized builds on DuBois’s work, as well as that of Alain Locke, makes the argument we most need to know: We were our own liberators. 

Charlie Kirk revealed a "White Boy Summer" flag during a "People Convention" event featuring Donald Trump as a headliner.

The WE Nation Reentry Summit places a spotlight on women and young girls who are impacted or have been involved in the justice system.

The "Teacherville" initiative covers down payment and closing costs for home purchases.

Byron Perkins, a defensive back at Hampton University, is entering the 2024 NFL Draft.

More than three quarters of Black people support reparations and a stunning 85 % link slavery and its legacy to current socio-economic problems for Black people.

Civil rights activist Bob Moses believed math literacy was critical for students to be able to make a living.

This Juneteenth is an opportunity for Congress to help reduce the racial wealth gap by supporting the Heirs' Estate Inheritance Resolution and Succession (HEIRS) Act. 


Hustle culture is out, slow living is in – and Black women are the vanguards of the movement. This softer lifestyle empowers Black women.

This episode of the "Fatal Attraction" podcast chronicles the shocking murder of Julii Johnson that rocked the suburbs of Detroit.

Dr. Nathan Hare, a pioneering sociologist and psychologist who was also called the father of Black Studies, died on June 10 at the age of 91.

The two co-founders will maintain ownership of the battle series and future Verzuz streams will be free to watch on X.

Nas is joining the team planning to bring the iconic Hip-Hop film 'Beat Street' to Broadway, which he announced at the film's 40th anniversary screening at the Tribeca Film Festival last week.

Black Americans have always looked at U.S. institutions with a side-eye.

Civil Rights advocates praised Wed Moore after the Maryland Governor signed executive action pardoning 175,000 Maryland residents.

Amid Juneteenth, U.S. laws created during slavery are still on the books. A legal scholar wants to at least acknowledge that history in legal citations.

Beneath the muddy waters of the Mobile River lies the shipwrecked Clotilda, the last known slave ship to bring slaves from Africa.