The Black Health 365 podcast dives into the current HIV/AIDS crisis within the Black community, particularly in the South.

The initiative will run through Dec. 4 in Montgomery,  Selma, and Birmingham.

Here are a few of the many organizations on the frontlines of helping BIPOC communities affected by HIV.

After the NBA announced it was suspending its season because a player had tested positive for the coronavirus, fans recalled how the league once allowed Magic Johnson to play after he was diagnosed with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we debunk dangerous myths.

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that lessens the penalties for knowingly exposing others to HIV.

Georgia Republican state rep Betty Price suggested quarantining people living with HIV, surveilling their sexual partners and tracking their contacts Tuesday.

Gina Brown told NewsOne that the GOPn's heath care policy was "the last straw."

Donald Trump's transition team is calling on Congress to fund the creation of a wall along the Mexican border as soon as April.

An Missouri appeals court overturns the conviction of an HIV positive man, accused of not disclosing his status and infecting his partner. The judges chastised the prosecutor for delaying disclosure of key evidence to the defense.

Truvada, the first pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration that reduces the risk of infection in uninfected people who have sex with HIV-infected partners, isn’t being as widely used as it should be. This is in spite of studies that show the therapy is nearly 100 percent effective. “I see […]