The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has unveiled new plans to increase diversity among the Academy's membership.


The EPA called Michigan’s response “inadequate,” announcing an emergency order to address the water crisis

Ben Crump, the civil rights attorney, called an ex-Oklahoma City officer’s sentencing a rare opportunity to get full justice for his clients, who are poor, Black, and female, he said during an exclusive interview with NewsOne.

Apostle David L. Smith of Blessed Assurance Church “Lift Up Jesus Podcast” presents this weeks sermon titled, “Sometimes I Might Cry But I’m Holding On To My Joy – Part 2”.  For more information visit Visit Blessed Assurance Church a their two locations: 1900 Lane St. Kannapolis, NC 28083 &  918 East Main St. […]

Pastor Tommie A. Murphy of New Bethel Church of God in Christ present this weeks sermon titled “Say Goodbye To Your Past – Part 2.”  For more information visit

TBR/PR — Gospel sensation, Jekalyn Carr, creates excitement and fanfare with the release of a promotional trailer in support of her forthcoming release, The Life Project. A week after unveiling the gorgeous cover artwork for the CD, and garnering praise from fans and colleagues alike with her stunning new look, Carr ramps up the promotion, […]

President Obama on Thursday announced his administration would give the city $80 million in federal funding to assist in the water crisis poisoning thousands -- a growing scandal that has sparked resignation requests from citizens for Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder.

The court argued the Kansas case in October 2015 and came to an 8 to 1 decision on Wednesday. Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissented the Supreme Court's decision, only to note the case shouldn't have been heard in the first place.

Lakeisha Holloway "has been hit with a total of 71 charges, prosecutors said Wednesday, adding up to more than a millennium worth of jail time," the report says.