Is it fair to sue someone for posting a picture they don't own, even if they're the one in the photo?


The Black TikTok user doubled down on her comment in a follow-up post.

The road to recovery for Ralph Yarl has been strenuous, but that hasn’t stopped the Black teen from being an inspiration to the world.

A new poll has found the majority of Americans believe affirmative action in college admissions is a good thing, but is that enough to stop the Supreme Court from ending it?

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Donations have poured in to help his family pay for a lawyer.

From Tim Scott to Tory Lanez, get caught up with this visual journey through the past seven days of the top Black news stories of the week.

Aderrien Murry, an 11-year-old Mississippi boy, came inches from losing his life after he was shot in the chest by a Mississippi cop.

The late 94-year-old patriarch even scored songs for his famous son's films, including 'Do The Right Thing' and 'Jungle Fever.'

The family of Brianna Grier, the Black woman who died after falling out of a patrol vehicle has filed a lawsuit for $100 million.

Why don’t Black people tip? This lingering stereotype has withstood the test of time, but it’s just not true.