A judge ruled that either Fani Willis or special counsel Nathan Wade must be removed from prosecuting Trump's RICO case in a partial victory.

Beyond the Edmund Pettis Bridge at the center of the annual Bloody Sunday commemoration, there was plenty of related educating and organizing going on in Selma this year. NewsOne was on the scene.

Michelle and Kenneth Mack were arrested for allegedly organizing a retail crime scheme conservatives have tried to blame on migrants.

Tamika Palmer, Breonna Taylor's mother, spoke out on the anniversary of her daughter's police killing about a new bill banning no-knock warrants.

The decision letting workers show support for Black Lives Matter on the job sets a precedent for workers concerned about systemic racism.

Meet Jimmy “Barbecue” Chérizier.

The latest installment in NewsOne's special series on Black child suicide considers the impact on our boys and how to help them.

Colorado Rep. Ken Buck is no angel.

Adrianne Todman will lead the federal agency once Marcia Fudge's resignation takes effect.

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

Read an exclusive except from the co-founder of the Black Liberation Army's coming memoir.

Ferguson organizer Tory Russell was there.

Here's a list of the social media influencers included in the forthcoming Hulu docuseries, “Black Twitter: A People’s History.”

"The Holdovers" star is the 10th Black woman to win Best Supporting Actress.

Soul icon Jeffrey Osborne of L.T.D. and solo fame is being sued by two concertgoers for embarrassment that allegedly led to psycho-therapy.

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis will not be disqualified from prosecuting the RICO case against Donald Trump, prompting his supporters to cry foul. Let them cry.

Mixtapes of Trump's verbal gaffes played by House Democrats while grilling special counsel Robert Hur was dismissed by Trump as AI.

Black leaders showered HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge with gratitude after she announced her unexpected resignation from President Joe Biden's cabinet.

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Jeronimo Yanez, the ex-Minnesota cop who killed Philando Castile, was denied a teacher's license by an appeals court.

Four years after her police killing, Breonna Taylor's life continues to matter because she deserved to live.

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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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Mike Tyson is getting back in the ring at 58 – what could go wrong? Exploring the health implications of older boxers fighting.

Sen. Katie Britt was called out for her misleading comments about sex trafficking victim Karla Jacinto Romero.

Republican Missouri Sen. Eric Schmitt blocked promoting a highly decorated Air Force officer because the veteran once called out systemic racism.

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Happy Birthday, Chaka Khan We all know that black don’t crack. We’ve explained this to you more times than we can count. but this might be the best proof around. Chaka Khan is 64. Sixty. Four. And she’s still as much a bae as she was in the 70s. So to celebrate her birthday here […]

Read the full texts of Nathan Wade's letter of resignation and Fani Willis' letter to him accepting it and thanking him for his hard work.

Jackie Wilson was awarded a $17 million settlement for his wrongful conviction brought on by the "Chicago police torturers."

Tyre Nichols' family spoke out after a bill undoing police reforms on pretextual traffic stops advanced and is expected to be signed into law.

Ferguson organizer Tory Russell traveled to Selma for NewsOne to document the Bloody Sunday marches' anniversary with exclusive photos beyond the Edmund Pettis Bridge.

Here's a list of 10 celebrities who are gone way too soon after the world lost them to suicide. Take a look back.

A judge nixed some of Georgia’s charges against Trump and his allies, but a legal scholar explains that won’t necessarily derail the case.

Ryan Gainer, 15, Black and autistic, was shot and killed by police in Apple Valley, California after he experienced a mental health episode and his family called 911.