One out of every three days in January had a mass shooting.
Rev. William Barber and his co-author, Jonathan Wilson Hartgrove, joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss their new book, The Third Reconstruction: Moral Mondays, Fusion Politics, and the Rise of a New Justice Movement.
Gov. Snyder will appear before the Michigan Congress Tuesday evening to present his plan.
Residents there have been dependent on filtered and bottled water since it was announced the city's drinking water is contaminated with extremely high levels of lead.
Due to a programming error, 3,2000 inmates have been released early from prisons in the state of Washington. The programming error was first discovered in 2002 and has yet to be fixed.
The result of this cross-section of crime and meteorological data equated to an "estimated 2.2 percent higher prevalence of violent crime when a neighborhood is on 'the downwind side'" of major roads and/or expressways.
A new sweatshirt collection depicts a world where "higher education celebrates Black voices and histories."
Rosalind Brewer, the Black female CEO of Sam's Club, is being accused of racial discrimination against White men after discussing workplace diversity in an interview on CNN, according to Yahoo News.
On the same day that Rahm Emanuel apologized for the police shooting of Laquan McDonald, a state lawmaker introduced a measure in Springfield, Illinois to recall the beleaguered Chicago mayor, according to ThinkProgress. The reason the bill is necessary is because there is no legal mechanism to recall the mayor–a vestige of the city’s corrupt “political machine […]
The increasing number of preschoolers being suspended and the frequency of their punishment across the nation has unearthed a "troubling racial skew."
The Greater Birmingham Ministries and the Alabama NAACP on Wednesday filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Alabama, alleging that officials violated the Constitution and the Voting Rights Act when they enacted a strict Voter ID law.
Forget about Syria. According to Slate.com, the most dangerous religious extremists originate from inside the borders of the United States. They can migrate across state lines from North and South Carolina to other areas of the United States without being scrutinized. Slate.com reported, that out of the “27 fatal terror attacks inflicted in this country since […]