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Under House Bill 800, legislators would write a new state constitution and put it on the ballot during the 2024 presidential election with little time for Louisianians to ensure that their rights are protected.

U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said the decision about proposed rules to ban menthol cigarettes “will take significantly more time” than previously expected.

Defense lawyers cited legal technicalities.

Patriot Front members marched through Charleston, West Virginia, during and anti-racism event without any police presence, unlike protests on college campuses.

Viral video shows a "Karen" at a pro-Palestinian protest at Northwestern University calling 911 and lying that she was "surrounded" and feared for her safety.

Archie Cooley, who starred as both a player and coach for two of the top football programs in Black college history, died on April 18. He was 85.

Crystal Mason was sentenced to five years for casting a provisional ballot in 2016.

The state's three public universities are closing their DEI offices.

Black Voters Matter and me too. International have joined forces for the 2024 election.

NewsOne was on the scene at this year's Bloody Sunday commemoration.

Ferguson organizer Tory Russell was there.

The former NFL star can't stop going viral.

The actress and comedienne recently appeared on Shannon Sharpe’s "Club Shay Shay" podcast.

Megan Thee Stallion's lawyer said a lawsuit by her former cameraman alleging harassment and more is an "attempt to embarrass her."

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During an interview with Time magazine, Donald Trump claimed that there is an "anti-white feeling" in America that "can't be allowed."

Donald Trump's campaign plans to deploy 100,000 attorneys and volunteers across battleground states to monitor the counting of votes.

Tim Scott compared Donald Trump's fraud trial to racism against Black people in the American justice system.

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Black students don’t always feel safe to protest due to a history of Black people who suffer disproportionately when they speak up.

A civil lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Ralph Yarl, who was shot by defendant Andrew Lester after Yarl went to the wrong house.

A Black woman shown on video being violently assaulted after she called 911 to report her white neighbor is demanding justice via a federal lawsuit.

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The "Teacherville" initiative covers down payment and closing costs for home purchases.

Byron Perkins, a defensive back at Hampton University, is entering the 2024 NFL Draft.

When choosing a gift for your loved one this holiday season, prioritize functionality, quality and adaptability — especially for family members who may be in college or high school.

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Seattle is marking a milestone of sorts – the first anniversary of adopting its Race and Social Justice Initiative ordinance.

It was more about the fairness of the criminal justice system than it ever was about O.J.

Fox News' 'The Five' complained that Scrabble has gone woke by creating a new version of the game called Scrabble Together.

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Frank Tyson accurately predicted the police would kill him.

This is a call to action about missing and murdered Black women and girls.

Amanda Seales opened up about her reputation for being problematic and more while being interviewed by Shannon Sharpe on the "Club Shay Shay" podcast.

Brittney Griner will open up about her harrowing experience locked up abroad in a forthcoming '2020' special.

Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes (D) announced Wednesday that a grand jury had issued the nine-count indictment against seven top Trump aides and 11 Arizona Republicans who are accused of falsely certifying votes for the ex-president despite President Joe Biden narrowly winning the state.

A Michigan State Police officer used his vehicle to strike Samuel Sterling, an unarmed Black man fleeing, who died from his injuries, Ben Crump says.

Reggie Bush's award was reinstated following more than a decade of controversy.

Black death row inmates are disproportionately vulnerable to being victimized by botched executions, a new report has found.

Air Force Col. Benjamin Jonsson, who wrote an op-ed on racism in the military, got his nomination for a promotion extended after it was blocked by an anti-DEI Republican.