Wrongful conviction

L.A. Man Freed 32 Years After Wrongful Conviction

by #teamEBONY

A 62-year-old Los Angeles man walked free from prison on Thursday after serving 32 years behind bars for a murder he has always maintained... Read More

Budget

What African-Americans Have to Lose From Trump’s Budget Plan

by Sheryl Huggins Salomon

College grants. Heating and power bill assistance. Community development funding. The delivery of meals to homebound seniors who would otherwise starve. Free civil legal... Read More

Ralliers Boycott Chicago Store Connected to Viral Video

Ralliers Boycott Chicago Store Connected to Viral Video

by #teamEBONY

Protesters are calling for consumers to boycott a Chicago establishment after a suspected shoplifter was kicked and tackled at a location that its owner... Read More

Aramis Ayala

Fla. Prosecutor Says She Won’t Pursue Death Penalty in Murder Cases

by #teamEBONY

A Florida prosecutor says she will not seek the death penalty in first-degree murder cases, which brought immediate criticism from law enforcement officials in... Read More

Wiretapping

CIA Dispels Trump’s Wiretapping Claims Against Obama

by #teamEBONY

Well it looks like Donald Trump has to go back to the drawing board. Not only have leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee said... Read More

Gallup Poll

American Concerns Over Race Relations at Record High, Poll Says

by #teamEBONY

A record high number of Americans say they are worried about the state of race relations in the country, according to a new poll,... Read More

NCAA Tournament

Game On! Obama Continues to Make NCAA Tourney Picks

by #teamEBONY

President Obama made it a tradition to make his pick for the NCAA Tournament while he was in the White House, joining millions of... Read More

Travel Ban

Trump Pledges Travel Ban Will Go to Supreme Court, If Necessary

by #teamEBONY

President Trump, has vowed to appeal the rulings of two federal judges placing a halt on his revised travel ban on Wednesday — which... Read More

Poll: Majority of Americans Believe Alternative to jail Should Exist

Poll: Majority of Americans Believe Alternative to jail Should Exist

by #teamEBONY

A new nationwide poll reveals that the majority of Americans believe there should be an alternative to jail as punishment. The poll was conducted... Read More

Young Middle-Class Black Women Feel Isolated, Study Finds

Young Middle-Class Black Women Feel Isolated, Study Finds

by Shantell E. Jamison

A new study reveals that young Black women from middle-class backgrounds feel “different” or even isolated when it comes to Black sisterhood. The report,... Read More