istory-making occasions are rarely recognized until they end up in the textbooks. As we face some of the most challenging and monumental events within Black culture today, there are plenty of moments that have made their mark on America.
Civil rights activists fear the outcome of a DOJ probe into Freddie Gray’s case under the Trump administration.
The trial of the NYPD officer who fatally shot Ramarley Graham, an unarmed 18-year-old from the Bronx, is slated to begin on Tuesday.
The U.S. Senate approved a budget resolution that would allow Republicans to swiftly reform the Affordable Care Act.
Rev. William Barber and NewsOne Now panelist Kristin Clarke explain why Jeff Sessions is unfit to be the nation's next Attorney General.
After all of Michelle Obama's hard work to encourage healthier lifestyles, the future of her initiatives looks uncertain under a Trump presidency.
Civil rights groups sent a letter to the DOJ demanding police departments be penalized for failing to report deaths in custody.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that the DOJ will not prosecute Hillary Clinton. The Republicans are furious.
The plaintiff, Abigail Noel Fisher, charged the ruling was unfair and that she was a victim of racial discrimination.
According to data pulled from the census, 76 percent of the city’s African-American population would have to relocate in order for Chicago to be completely integrated.
Loretta Lynch's confirmation as attorney general was a pivotal moment in American history.