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An Explosive Documentary About The 1969 Stand-Off Between The Black ...

On December 4, 1969, 21-year old Black Panther Chairman Fred Hampton was murdered in cold blood by the Chicago Police ...

“It Was Hell On Earth!” ‘The Kalief Browder Story’ Is ...

Jordan Peele’s Get Out is a horrifying fictional commentary on race in America, but TIME: The Kalief Browder Story is ...

Paris Jackson Says “I Was Perfect In My Dad’s Eyes”

Music’s royal child has arrived on the scene. 

Zendaya Is Tired Of Y’all Mispronouncing Her Name!

Over the years, Zendaya has blossomed into a fierce artist with bomb taste in shoes and fashions.

Cops Under Review Following Teen’s Arrest

Video of 16-year-old teen being arrested brings officers' actions into question

Study: Police Feel Negatively About #BLM Movt.

A large portion of police officers surveyed feel movement is unnecessary, overblown

Judge Makes Crucial Decision in Cosby Trial

Only one accuser out of 13 the prosecution wanted will be able to testify against him.

Sessions OKs Continued Use of Private Prisons

Attorney General signaled strong support for the federal government's continued use of private prisons

WNBA Players Dispute Candice Wiggins Claims

While league remains mute, players defend culture, say claims from Wiggins are not their person experiences

Rep. Rush Introduces Laquan McDonald Act

Lawmaker seeks to mandate rules as national law

WNBA’s Candice Wiggins ‘Harassed’ for Being Straight

In exclusive interview, star says she was harassed for being straight

Lawsuit: Black Cop Told to Adopt White Hairstyle

Sgt. Quiana Brown says in a lawsuit that her police superiors discriminated based on her race and gender.

Trump Pays Visit to Smithsonian NMAAHC

The president, called the museum "fantastic" in a brief tour of the facility.

Farrakhan Mocks Clinton and Trump in Speech

The Nation of Islam leader says no difference between either politician

Westbrook, Durant Make Nice at All-Star Game

An alley-oop from Kevin Durant to Russell Westbrook at least seemed to ease the tension between them.

White House Staffers Fail Background Checks

Staffers failed to pass the SF86 application requirement

Policy Reversed After Police Shooting Death

After obtaining new surveillance video, police revised their account of the shooting of 31-year-old Jocques Scott Clemmons

Darrelle Revis Charged Following Altercation

A man claims the star knocked him out following an altercation Sunday

Activist Jedidiah Brown Healing After Suicide Attempt

The Chicago community leader is determined to keep fighting on.

Immigrants Strike Nationwide, Reacting to WH Policy

Businesses, offices and schools were expected to shut down in protest of President Trump's actions.

APA Gets 1st Black President

Dr. Altha Stewart is the first APA president in its 173-year history.