Republican Byron Donalds and Democrat Hakeem Jeffries are the first Black people in history to be nominated to lead their party in Congress.

Quatecia Wilson has worked with the Little Rock Fire Department for more than nine years.

Harvard University announced that Dr. Claudine Gay will serve as the  Ivy League institution’s 30th president.

Smith has helped her team to perfect their swing and pitches to tee with her winning formula.

Starr Andrews recently made history as the first Black U.S. figure skater to win the ISU Grand Prix medal.

Arika Carr was sworn as the first Black woman police chief of Fort Bend County, Texas.

Retired Black hockey hero Mike Grier is making monumental moves once again as the first Black General Manager in NHL history.

The chairwoman of Starbucks will soon be able to add "Denver Broncos co-owner" to her already impressive resume.

Now-former Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has been promoted to White House Press Secretary and will take over in a few weeks when Jen Psaki leaves, Biden announced. Jean-Pierre now becomes the first-ever White House press secretary who is Black.

Pioneering journalist Max Robinson made history in the late 1970s after he became the first Black news anchor to co-host ABC World News Tonight alongside Frank Reynolds and Peter Jennings. News-One details his incredible rise to stardom inside.

Trailblazing basketball legend Earl Lloyd—the first Black player to compete in an NBA game—was recently honored by the city of Alexandria.