Forty two years after the death of Bob Marley, the reggae icon's music remains intrinsically intertwined with politics.

Experience a historical retrospective as we present a visual journey through time with the "Top Stories Of The Week."

Through its Rooted in Good initiative, Curaleaf prioritizes sharing wealth and opportunities with those disproportionately impacted by the War on Drugs.


Jeff Roorda said he was fired to please Tishaura Jones, the city's first Black woman mayor.

Netflix recreated the serial killer's story, including his racist attacks.

House Republicans launched a "commitment to America" but amplify debunked claims.

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Adrianne Shropshire addresses why it's important to be engaged in this election cycle.


Chaka Zulu is a well-respected member of the Atlanta music community.

This heart-wrenching story is told from a different perspective.


The attorney also encouraged people to stop electing "tough on crime" prosecutors and judges and for the media to ask more questions of people impacted by the system.

Introduced earlier this year by a former police officer, HB 2319 prohibits individuals from recording police within eight feet. While the law contained a few exceptions, the ACLU of Arizona and media organizations maintained it was unconstitutional.

Meet the three beautiful, Black women who brought Netflix’s chilling new film, 'End of the Road,' to life.