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Congratulations to Michaela Coel, who just won the Emmy Award for Best Writing in a Television Limited Series or Movie for her work on the powerful series, "I May Destroy You", becoming the first Black woman to do so. 

Frequently citing Boston's racist reputation, Black Bostonians took turns explaining why they thought the city's voters continue to pass over qualified Black mayoral candidates.

The animals were discovered on Labor Day, after authorities were called to investigate concerns over a "puppy in distress."

A viral video of a speech Rudy Giuliani gave during a dinner commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks suggests he may have had too much to drink or even be drunk -- very drunk, in fact.

A Black principal was recently put on paid administrative leave after parents at his Texas high school complained that he was influencing critical race theory on students.

Two white men from Mississippi were recently sentenced to four years in prison on hate crime charges of simple assault and malicious mischief after they chased down and shot at two Black teenagers on a country road in Yazoo County.

Antwan Gilmore was asleep in his car when he was approached by Washington D.C. police officers and shot to death in another egregious example of cops shooting first and asking questions last.

A suspected white supremacist named Robert Aaron Long was arrested for allegedly going on a deadly shooting spree at multiple Asian massage parlors in the metro Atlanta area, leaving at least eight people dead.

Hundreds of pro-Trump rioters turned domestic terrorists illegally broke into the US Capitol Building on Wednesday afternoon as Congress was in the midst of the now-halted Electoral College vote count.

Anthony Quinn Warner, the Nashville Christmas bomber, and Duke Webb, accused Illinois bowling alley murderer, are not being discussed in terms of white domestic terrorism. Why not?

The news that Doug Jones was Joe Biden's choice for U.S. attorney general drew attention to the former Alabama senator's prosecution of KKK members who bombed a historic Black church in Birmingham that killed four little Black girls in 1963.

Gospel singer Kelontae Gavin is sharing his story in hopes of helping people who may have gone through the same thing.