Taylor was killed just two days short of the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Missouri, igniting frustration and outrage across the nation in regards to police-involved shootings and unarmed Black teens.
Five high school students were arrested for allegedly spray-painting hate messages on walls at a rival high school. They face up to a year in prison.
“What I make to very serious is that you understand there is absolutely no reason at all to think that the death of Ms. Marshall was caused by anything other than a health related issue,” McRae said in an exclusive interview with NewsOne
For the second time in six months, an African American woman who moved to Texas to start a new life wound up dead while in…
A failing Texas school becomes one of the state’s best performing schools. The community and school officials created a partnership that turned things around.
Texas State Senator Rodney Ellis spoke with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now about the conditions on the ground and the latest developments in the deadly historic Houston flooding.
Wesley Evans, 20, was likely hoping for a clean escape when he hid in his girlfriend’s dishwasher. But he was caught one day after escaping custody at the Jasper Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, according to the New York Daily News.
The decision was made Monday after Sue Evenwel and Edward Pfenninger argued that only eligible voters should be counted, which can harm large urban communities consisting of non-voters and children, but benefit large districts with conservative and rural voters.
Waleed Abushaaban, 12, was the subject of jokes and laughter by his fellow students when his English and Language Arts teacher allowed the students to watch the 2002 film, Bend It Like Beckham. After Abushaaban and other students laughed during the movie, the teacher told him he shouldn’t laugh because everyone views the child as a terrorist.
Ethel Easter was compelled to surreptitiously place a tape recorder in her hair before surgery because of the alleged sharp and foul tone the doctor used to…