LeBron James is wearing his executive producer hat in a new docuseries that follows the trials and triumphs of his I Promise initiative.
Detroit and New Orleans, along with New York City, are expected to be among the hardest-hit cities to see a peak in COVID-19 deaths this week.
Pastor Tony Spell continues to welcome congregants into Life Tabernacle Church despite warnings from local and state officials.
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According to reports, the administration is at odds over the projected COVID-19 death toll unveiled by the White House this week.
"It is reckless and disgraceful to endanger the lives of congregants," Sharpton says.
Activist DeRay McKesson led a group of volunteers in creating a resource hub that places a range of pertinent COVID-19 information on one platform.
Researchers have been saying for months that asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19 could spread the disease. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said he just found out.
The former president told followers on Tuesday to get out to vote because America can't afford any more consequences of climate denial.
While anchoring CNN Tonight, host Don Lemon gets choked up on-air as he talks about friend and colleague Chris Cuomos coronavirus diagnosis.
On Census Day, Janelle Monaé helps explain why it's so important for every resident of the U.S. and its territories to be seen, heard and counted.
GM Says It Turned Focus From Producing Cars To Creating Lifesaving Equipment Before Trump’s Futile Reproach
American car manufacturer GM is shifting focus amid the COVID-19 pandemic to provide large quantities of ventilators and masks to the nation's hospitals.
“We need to, as feminists, totally just mash up the system," says Jamaican scholar Carolyn Cooper.
Philadelphia activists are making sure that incarcerated individuals aren't forgotten during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rep. Maxine Waters had her time on Monday. Taking to Twitter, the congresswoman let Trump know she was not impressed by his leadership.
Yamiche Alcindor is no stranger to Donald Trump's attacks. On Sunday the PBS reporter was once again on the receiving end of his insults.
Donald Trump alleges that there is “something going on” with the masks being delivered to New York hospitals, given the number requested.