‘New Central Park Karen’ Surfaces on TikTok, Michelle Obama Sends a Clear Message About Getting Vaccinated, and ‘OITNB’ Star Samira Wiley Welcomes Baby Girl

On Mother’s Day, actress Samira Wiley announced that she and her wife, Lauren Morelli, welcomed a baby.

NFL Ignores HBCU Players Again —and It’s Not Because of the Pandemic

When the global pandemic slow-dripped its way into the world of college football, the collateral…

Disturbing Details About Pop Smoke’s Last Moments Emerge, Four Officers Federaly Charged In George Floyd’s Death, And Jesse Williams To Exit ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

During a preliminary hearing, LAPD detective Christian Carrasco testified that the Canarsie-born rapper, whose birth name is Bashar Jackson, was ambushed while showering at an Air BnB in Los Angeles.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Won’t Run for Reelection

With everything that’s been going on in the city of Atlanta and the state of…

Firing Squads Are Now Included in South Carolina’s Execution Methods

Wednesday, after reporting about new DNA evidence that could have possibly staved the execution of…

Cop Charged in Rayshard Brooks Shooting Reinstated, San Francisco Diverts $3.75 Million From Police to Black Businesses, and CDC’s Eviction Moratorium Overturned

Wednesday, San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced plans to divert $3.75 million from the police budget and invest the funding into organizations that support Black businesses and entrepreneurs.

DNA and the Death Penalty: Why Ledell Lee’s Case Should Increase Calls for Abolishment

“The death penalty kills innocent people.” This is what reads upon the hoodie and T-shirt…

Saweetie Talks Resilience After Heartbreak, Chauvin Team Seeks New Trial And Dr. Ian K. Smith Accuses Black TV Host Of Anti-Blackness

“I’ve learned that the world doesn’t stop for anybody,” says Saweetie. “And it’s for sure not going to stop for me just because I got my heart broke.

Chauvin Juror Defends Participation In Protest, Amanda Gorman To Chair Met Gala, And FDA Expected To Authorize Vaccine For Children

Brandon Mitchell, a member of the jury that found Derek Chauvin guilty in the murder of George Floyd, is defending his decision to attend the anniversary of the March on Washington last August.

‘Justice Will Prevail,’ But Why Must We Die For Us To Come Out Ahead?

May 3 marked the funeral gathering of the family of Andrew Brown Jr. at the Fountain of…