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New York City radio host Bernard McGuirk, who famously called Black women Rutgers University basketball players "hard-core hoes," has died at the age of 64. The post Don Imus Sidekick Bernard McGuirk, Who Called Black Women Athletes ‘Hard-Core Hos,’ Dies At 64 appeared first on NewsOne.

The president ordered “a full and unconditional pardon” for all U.S. citizens and permanent residents previously convicted of simple possession of marijuana at the federal level and in D.C. The post President Biden Announces Pardons And Other Action On Federal Marijuana Reform appeared first on NewsOne.

Potholes. We all hate them. They make roads a headache to drive and can cause all sorts of car problems. Especially in Ohio.

.River Valley High School football players in Yuba City, California, were not expelled for their role in a racist slave auction video posted on TikTok. The post No Expulsions After Racist ‘Slave Auction’ Staged By High School Football Players In Viral Video appeared first on NewsOne.

Remember the beautiful brown girls who graced the cover of relaxer boxes from back in the day? Well, it looks like they’re all grown up now!

On Monday, The Supreme Court rejected Candace Owens' petition over "fact checks" that deemed her posts about the COVID-19 death count as misleading. The post Supreme Court Rejects Candace Owens’ Petition After ‘Fact Checkers’ Called Out Her COVID-19 Lies appeared first on NewsOne.

Without the express commitment to equity in the recovery process, flooded communities like an Orange County low-income housing complex that flooded or a North Fort Meyers trailer park might not actually get the support they need.  The post Vice President Harris Is Right To Highlight The Importance Of Equity In Disaster Relief appeared first on NewsOne.

Aside from the historic Supreme Court confirmation of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Biden nominated 13 Black women, eight of whom have been confirmed, to the federal bench. The post Biden’s Historic Judicial Nominations Bring Black Girl Magic To The Federal Bench appeared first on NewsOne.

Under the new terms, borrowers who have loans issued through the government but held by private lenders will no longer be eligible for debt relief. The post Biden Administration Changes Eligibility Requirements For Student Loan Debt Relief Plan appeared first on NewsOne.

Friday marked Ketanji Onyika Brown Jackson's investiture as the newest associate justice to join the Court. The post Ahead of New Term, SCOTUS Honors Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson During Investiture Ceremony appeared first on NewsOne.