“Don’t trust the state” to fix the water crisis, Jackson Mayor Lumumba told residents. The post Jackson Can’t ‘Trust’ Mississippi To Fix Water Crisis, Mayor Says Amid Calls For Civil Rights Investigation appeared first on NewsOne.
The Mississippi welfare scandal has sparked calls for Brett Favre to be removed from the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But can that even happen? The post Mississippi Welfare Scandal Sparks Calls For Brett Favre To Be Kicked Out Of Football Hall Of Fame appeared first on NewsOne.
Voters in five states will see slavery on their ballot this November as prison reform advocates push to abolish slavery. The post These 5 States Will Have Slavery On The Ballot This November appeared first on NewsOne.
While the outcome is not surprising, the continued refusal of the legal system to hold Carolyn Bryan Donham responsible is nonetheless disheartening. The post Mississippi Grand Jury Finds ‘Insufficient Evidence’ To Charge Carolyn Bryant Donham In Emmett Till’s Killing appeared first on NewsOne.
Bobby DiCello, attorney for the Walker family, told reporters Wednesday that the DOJ needed to take over the investigation insinuating that the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation could not be trusted to reach a just conclusion. The post Jayland Walker’s Family Wants The DOJ To Takeover Investigation Into His Killing appeared first on NewsOne.
The Supreme Court may act like some disinterested body making academic decisions on legal theory, but the justices are very clear on the partisan implications of their actions.
Charles Johnson IV filed a lawsuit against Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Wednesday. According to the suit, hospital officials ignored signs Kira Johnson was bleeding internally. Her husband pleaded with nurses for his wife to be readmitted, but was told his wife ‘wasn’t a priority.’
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there have been nearly 100,306 drug overdose-related deaths in the United States since April 2021.
Senate Democrats were joined by Republican Sens. Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins in advancing Jackson's nomination.
The move comes following the county's decision to adopt a new map after data was published about Black and Brown population growth in the 2020 Census.