Body camera footage prompts review of 100 Baltimore cases

About 100 cases involving at least one of three Baltimore police officers are under review by the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office.

O.J. Simpson granted parole after 9 years in prison

O.J. Simpson is scheduled to appear before a parole board in Nevada on Thursday in a hearing that will decide whether one of America's most notorious prisoners will be released.

Black judge removes Mississippi flag with Confederate emblem from court

Carlos Moore made history this week when he took to the bench as the first African-American municipal judge in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Then he made a ruckus.

AFL-CIO verbally attacks Trump’s NLRB nominees

President Donald Trump’s nominees for the National Labor Relations Board have met the ire of the AFL-CIO.

McConnell foiled again

One would think that with the GOP in command in Congress and with President Trump presiding over the White House that the repeal or the replacement of Obamacare was all but history.

Former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns: It's a 'time of power' for women in tech

With headlines about sexual harassment sweeping Silicon Valley, the former CEO of Xerox has a message for women: Don't avoid the tech industry.

Walmart apologizes for slur in listing on its website

Walmart has apologized for an offensive slur used by a third-party seller in a product listing on its website.

Florida state attorney pulled over in traffic stop that goes nowhere fast

A Florida state attorney who was pulled over in a traffic stop said she intends to use the incident as a teachable moment for police.

Chokwe Antar Lumumba sworn in as Jackson’s new mayor

Chokwe Antar Lumumba was sworn in as mayor of Jackson, Miss., July 3, 2017.

More than 44 million Americans have a side hustle

Feel like every day you're hustling, hustling? Yeah, you and 44 million other people.

Bill Cosby retrial is set for November, judge rules

Bill Cosby will be retried on three charges of assault starting November 6 of this year, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Judge Steven O'Neill ruled Thursday.

Another setback for the Trump administration

Last week the Trump administration was dealt another devastating blow when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency could not freeze the implementation requiring oil and gas companies to fix ...

Let’s talk about Black wealth

When it comes to the issue of building up Black people financially, American author, economist and social commentator Dr. Boyce Watkins talks about asset accumulation through ownership. Asset accumulation is the goal of all savers and investors.

In Chicago, gun deaths take no holiday

The revelry of fireworks and parades offered little comfort in some parts of America's third largest city.

Philadelphia District Attorney pleads guilty in corruption case

The district attorney of Philadelphia pleaded guilty to federal bribery charges Thursday and resigned effective immediately, federal officials said.