The Los Angeles Riots: A look back

Here is some background information about the 1992 riots in Los Angeles.

Why the 1992 L.A. riots matter today

This week marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Los Angeles riots, which exploded following the acquittal of four LAPD officers charged with the brutal videotaped beating of black motorist Rodney King

NNPA Exclusive: Cosby remains strong supporter of education

Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille, have given untold millions of dollars to colleges and universities over the years, and promoting education for African-Americans has been a hallmark of the comedian’s legendary career.

Fox News anchor joins lawsuit alleging racial discrimination, harassment at network

Fox News' legal troubles grew even larger Tuesday, with new plaintiffs, including an anchor, joining a suit alleging racial discrimination and harassment at the network.

Earth Day: 10 things you can do now to help the planet

April 22 is Earth Day and organizations and groups around the world a advocating the need for people to take necessary steps to help the environment.

Cleveland murder suspect Steve Stephens kills himself after pursuit

Steve Stephens, the Cleveland murder suspect who posted video of the slaying on Facebook, shot and killed himself in Pennsylvania after a brief police chase, authorities said Tuesday.

There's a new world's oldest woman

How to be the oldest person in the world? Don't drink rum, according to 117-year-old Jamaican Violet-Mosse Brown, recently dubbed the world's oldest human.

Job prospects flat for Black workers in March

The employment prospects for African Americans showed little improvement in March, according to the Labor Department’s most recent jobs report.

Meals on Wheels recipients threatened under proposed Trump budget

Charles Abel, a 65-year-old man living in Baltimore, is among the millions of Americans who rely on Meals on Wheels, a program that President Trump plans to cut dramatically under his budget proposal.

Gun thefts spiked in 2016, federal report says

More than 9,200 firearms were stolen from federally licensed dealers last year, according to a new report from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

GAO to issue new federal advertising spending report

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has heard the call for a new report on federal advertising and they’re listening.

Who is looking for missing Black girls?

In late 2016, Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police began using Twitter to inform the public of missing persons.

Distracted driving: Urging companies to crack down

In 2004, David Teater of Spring Lake, Michigan, lost his 12-year-old son, the youngest of three boys, to a distracted driver. Afterward, he knew there were a few different ways he could get involved to raise awareness about this deadly ...

IRS will use private debt collectors, but warns of potential scams

Debt collectors are coming ... for your years-overdue unpaid federal taxes.

The uncertain future of Internet privacy

"You are just going to bring down the entire Internet."