www.cnn.com By Doug Criss and Tina Burnside, CNN     An African-American woman is now the publisher and editor of the Alabama newspaper that recently urged the Ku Klux Klan to "night ride again," the paper said. Elecia R. Dexter, a "strategic leader with expertise in human...
www.newsone.com     Black Panther scored impressive box office numbers, bringing in an estimated $192 million by Sunday. That gives the film, which features a nearly all-Black cast, the fifth biggest domestic opening of all time. By the end of the three-day weekend,...
www.newsone.com By Nurse Noel, Cassius   Learn how to protect yourself and your partner.   Reports that allege famed singer Usher Raymond paid more than $1 million to a woman after giving her genital herpes, a sexually transmitted disease, left many asking questions about the star, the news...
ww.msn.com By Brett Samuels     Former President Obama on Monday called for action in response to back-to-back mass shootings over the weekend and urged Americans to "soundly reject" leaders who feed "a climate of fear and hatred." The former president issued a lengthy...
www.blackamericaweb.com EURweb.com     Several weeks ago, a white woman called police on a black family barbecuing at Lake Merritt Park in Oakland, echoing recent incidents that involved police being called on black people engaging in seemingly normal, everyday activity. After black artists were...
www.newsone.com This where saying you don't read or vote gets you.   In less than a month away from the midterm elections, a man who has admitted to not voting or reading books is going to the White House. Yep, after faithfully...
www.newsone.com By Nigel Roberts The once prominent Black Trump loyalist has apparently fallen out of favor with the president.   One of President Donald Trump’s most loyal Black supporters, former Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke, was reportedly fired from at least two positions with organizations...
www.forbes.com BY Pedro Garza     I can trace my ancestry to La Grulla, a small community just west of McAllen, on the Texas side of the Rio Grande. My ancestors settled there in the 1830s -- a decade before Texas became a...
www.espn.com New York Knicks lifted their ban on former player Charles Oakley on Tuesday, sources told ESPN, but Oakley says he just wants an apology. "It's not about being at the Garden," Oakley told ESPN's Jeff Goodman. "It's about the fans....
www.theroot.com By Stephen A. Crockett Jr.   During his run to the White House, President Donald Trump seemed to have an endless supply of African-American supporters whom he could rush out to sing his praises. There was the B.A.P.S-like duo of Diamond and...