Early testing for an experimental coronavirus vaccine is offering a bit of good news amid a surge in the country's coronavirus cases.
The #ByeDonJr ad is sending Twitter into a frenzy.
Berkeley wants to re-imagine policing and make traffic stops the responsibility of a newly formed department.
The frightening ordeal was caught on camera by a person aboard the flight.
Lt. j.g. Madeline Swegle is breaking glass ceilings.
Zindzi Mandela was an activist in her own right, building upon her parent's legacy and fighting for the liberation of Black South Africans.
Family and friends of Sha-Asia Washington demand transparency and justice following her death.
Three additional officers have been suspended in connection to the case.
The CEO of Goya Foods is triggering backlash after praising Donald Trump for his leadership at a White House meeting.
St. Paul's First Lutheran Church of North Hollywood is apologizing after members attempted to remove Alex Marshall-Brown from the property.
As host of "The ReidOut," the ESSENCE Woke 100 honoree will cover news and politics from the nation's capital.
The average numbers in Tulsa county have more than doubled two weeks after the large-scale event.
Florida is quickly emerging as a hot spot for coronavirus cases. Hospitals are reporting that ICU beds are nearly at capacity as numbers continue to climb.
Connecticut police have issued arrest warrants for Philip Sarner and Emily Orbay following an investigation into a racially motivated assault.
A Black cyclist was concerned about the lack of social distancing going on in Philly. When he spoke up, a bar owner reacted with his gun.
Amy Cooper will have her day in court for filing a false police report on bird-watcher Christian Cooper after he asked her to leash her dog.
Black women have always used their power and strength to hold the community together. Rev. Al Sharpton wants us to recommit to that spirit.