The vice president's commitment to equity for Hurricane Ian relief angers conservatives.

FEMA, the federal agency coordinating the government's response to Hurricane Ida, has denied the "rumor" that it is providing hotels for displaced survivors in Louisiana and is instead encouraging them to apply for "possible" help online.

President Trump promised to send 'A plus' FEMA assistance to a white Alabama town.

Forty-six percent of African Americans are lacking income after Hurricane Harvey and face the greatest hardships, said a new survey.


President Donald Trump took to Twitter to bash San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz over Hurricane Maria relief efforts.


Kashmire Redd, a trans man of color, was found dead in New York state early Monday. Police said Redd was fatally stabbed by his partner, who is charged with second-degree murder.


A museum will also go alongside the memorial to trace the country's history from slavery to present day. The structure is slated to open in April 2017.

Texas State Senator Rodney Ellis spoke with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now about the conditions on the ground and the latest developments in the deadly historic Houston flooding.

Gov. Rick Snyder requested the president declare a federal emergency on Thursday after nearly exhausting all efforts to prevent residents from cooking, drinking, and bathing using the lead-filled water.

A microscope has returned to New Orleans – the city forever changed ten years ago by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. The category five hurricane began on Aug. 23, 2005 on its way towards Florida and strengthened on its second landfall in southeast Louisiana on Aug. 29. Eighty percent of New Orleans was submerged as distraught citizens were […]


The bidding war for where the Obama library, museum, and presidential center will be built has come to an end. The library will be built on Chicago’s South Side; an area that President Barack Obama had a major influence on before he entered office. The Chicago-based Barack Obama Foundation is slated to make an official […]

NEW ORLEANS — The last of the once-ubiquitous FEMA trailers has been removed from New Orleans more than six years after floodwalls and levees broke during Hurricane Katrina and caused the city to flood. On Wednesday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency said the last trailer was removed Sunday. The agency said the household living in […]