Police are asking that anyone with information on the disappearance of 22-year-old Tonee Turner, call 412-323-7800, or 911.
CityLab analyzed the data to determine the best metro areas for Black women. At the top are a number of cities helmed by Black women mayors.
Nancy Pelosi is unbothered by politicians trying to force her hand at sending the Senate the articles of impeachment against Trump.
Yolanda Carr is the second parent who has passed away within months of daughter Atatiana Jefferson's untimely and senseless killing.
A new law is taking effect in the Golden State this month. Californians can now purchase diapers and sanitary napkins without paying taxes.
The 21-year-old NBA player is the real MVP. Through his Trae Young Foundation, he's helping Atlanta residents get out of debt.
After a murder-suicide took the lives of a young New Jersey couple, community members are coming together to help the children left behind.
Mashayla Harper was 36 weeks pregnant when she was hit by a drunk driver while leaving her baby shower. The man behind the wheel has previous DUIs.
Bryce "Simba" Gowdy was set to start classes at Georgia Tech this week. The public is pitching in to help his family following the tragic loss.
Officials for Boston Public Schools say that claims are not true, but civil rights attorneys allege that student files are being shared.
The day following the November Democratic debates, ESSENCE caught up with a number of 2020 candidates in the ATL as they worked to win over Black voters.
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Kehinde Wiley's "Rumors of War" has found a permanent home in Richmond. Plus, more news stories from the Black community.
Researchers in Oklahoma have announced that upwards of 100 bodies from the 1921 Tulsa Massacre may be buried under a present-day cemetery.
Those close to the case say Helerica “Latrice” Dortch was last seen on Friday in Canton, Mississippi wearing her Domino's uniform.
The homeshare company based out of San Francisco says the "community is a better place without them."
The Internet agrees. Miss Nigeria is the kind of friend everybody should have in their corner.
The 2020 late entrant spent time on the campaign trail last week hosting events and unveiling plans specifically focused on the Black community.