On June 23, 1982, 27-year-old Vincent Chin was beaten to death by two white autoworkers...
Tuesday's meeting agenda did not include the academic framework, but that didn't stop a shouting match from breaking out.
New Jersey still has not given out most of the nearly $564 million in emergency food money that was meant to keep students from going hungry this school year.
In April, the Food and Drug Administration announced plans to ban menthol cigarettes. The industry has spent decades marketing it to Black smokers.
A reporter reflects on years spent covering killings in Los Angeles County and what that's taught her about people and human nature.
This year’s Juneteenth holiday celebrated tomorrow marks a year of firsts — organizations hosting their first ever celebrations, Franklin County and the city of Columbus making it a paid holiday, and...
For Black patients hospitalized with the coronavirus, the quality of the hospitals they are admitted to may play an outsize role in determining whether they survive.