White House 2022 HBCU Scholar Miykael Stith tells NewsOne about his experience representing Fort Valley State University in the nation's capital.

Michelle Obama’s second memoir ‘The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times’ is slated to hit bookshelves in November.

The new White House Office of Public Engagement director started without an office in the White House, which some co-workers reportedly found disrespectful.

Jacob Philadelphia—the youngster featured in the memorable 'Hair Like Mine' photo with former President Barack Obama 13 years ago—received a call from the former POTUS ahead of his high school graduation.

Senior Advisor to the president, Cedric Richmond, said the bipartisan infrastructure framework was designed to address issues disproportionately impacting Black and other communities of color.

The current DOJ is still trying to make Omarosa Manigault Newman pay tens of thousands of dollars that Trump's administration first demanded she fork over on a technicality for incomplete paperwork.

Republicans's reaction to a morbid White House joke about John McCain's health was a far cry from their silence after the president offended the pregnant widow of a soldier killed in combat.

Trump has been bragging about jobs, but the White House resignation floodgates just can’t seem to stay shut.

While Black people typically been forgiving, this time it's important not to forget that Bob Corker has repeatedly defended Trump's blatant racism.

Angella Reid --- the first woman and second African American to hold the position as Chief Usher for The White House --- has been dismissed from her job.

President Donald Trump and his new administration have made major changes to the White House website, rehashing many of his campaign promises. The move came right after Trump took the oath of office Friday.