The Cobb County School Board has decided to halt plans to consider renaming two Cobb County high schools named after men historians believe held white supremacist values.
A Black transgender woman on Monday sued Georgia prison officials, saying they have failed to protect her from repeated sexual assaults behind bars and failed to provide her with adequate medical treatment.
Since Election Day, President Donald Trump and his allies have sought to expose voter fraud in overwhelmingly Black population centers in major cities across the country.
Activists who protested in Chicago over George Floyd’s death and the killing by police of other Blacks across the U.S. filed a lawsuit Thursday accusing city police officers of brutally attacking and falsely arresting them during the demonstrations.
"Kamala Haris, a woman in power, a woman of color. From the bottom of our brown-girl hearts. Thank you. Representation matters."
Dr. Walker will be the mission specialist for the Crew-1 mission. This will be her second long-duration mission aboard the ISS.
The Miami Marlins have hired Kim Ng as the team’s general manager, making her the first female GM in the history of MLB and the first Asian-American GM.
A middle Georgia county is debating whether to pass an anti-discrimination ordinance that would govern businesses.
A teen says he feels threatened by an online gun dealer for being part of a Black Lives Matter event in Dublin.
For the first time in years, many liberals say they are proud to display the American flag.
Last Tuesday was not the end of the election season in Georgia as both Senate races have gone into runoffs scheduled for early January. The NAACP is working to get the word out among Georgians.
Oprah Winfrey's 2020 favorite things has a twist this year.
The head of English soccer abruptly resigned Tuesday within hours of making a series of offensive comments on race, gender and sexuality.
Childhood friend Carole Porter sat next to Kamala Harris on the bus to Thousand Oaks Elementary School in Berkeley singing Jackson 5 songs.
In the battle for control of the U.S. Senate this year, the Deep South is fielding more Black candidates than it has since Reconstruction.
Richard Montanez, of Corona, started off as a janitor and ended up an executive. He recently retired from Pepsi Co. following a decades-long career after creating Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. So, how did he come up with the billion-dollar product? FOX 11’s Rita Garcia shares his inspiring story of success.
A report from the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project looked at states where militias have cultivated relationships with law enforcement, engaged in anti-coronavirus lock down protests and hosted recruitment drives.
In a statement released early Wednesday morning, the Trump administration said the riots were a "consequence of the Liberal Democrats’ war against the police."
They argue that “decades of study” show the percentage of Black people excluded from juries in death penalty cases was “double to triple” that of whites, mostly because as a group Black people are more likely to oppose the death penalty than white people.
A Cobb County School Board member has raised more than a few eyebrows for what he did during a recent meeting. While everyone was standing for the Pledge of Allegiance, Dr. Jaha Howard took a knee.