Jarrett Hobbs’ attorneys also requested that the DOJ investigate whether the officers involved potentially committed a hate crime. The post Three Cops Arrested For Brutally Beating Jarrett Hobbs, Attorneys Push For Hate Crime appeared first on NewsOne.
In the wake of legal challenges to the plan for student loan debt forgiveness, the pandemic-era pause on payments is extended until June 30, 2023.
State Rep. Kyra Harris Bolden has been chosen by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to fill a seat on the Michigan Supreme Court. The post Who Is Kyra Harris Bolden? First Black Woman To Serve On The Michigan Supreme Court appeared first on NewsOne.
The Atlanta City Council approved a $1 million settlement payment for the family of Rayshard Brooks, who was killed by Officer Garrett Rolfe. The post Family Of Rayshard Brooks Awarded $1 Million Settlement To Be Paid By City Of Atlanta appeared first on NewsOne.
A doctor from a local hospital in Cabo, Mexico was with Shanquella Robinson and other house members for almost three hours before she died. The post Police Report Reveals Shanquella Robinson Spent 3 Hours With A Doctor Before She Died appeared first on NewsOne.
The multiple suits claim products from major beauty product companies caused cancer or other health problems. The post Hair Products Linked To Higher Cancer Rates Among Black Women, Lawsuit Claims appeared first on NewsOne.
The former First Lady Michelle Obama admits that she loves a good reality tv moment and Real Housewives of Potomac is her favorite!
Donations have been rolling into the GoFundMe campaigns for the family of the three University of Virginia (UVA) football players. The post GoFundMe’s For Slain UVA Football Players Generate More Than $500K In Donations appeared first on NewsOne.
According to the groups, some data practices lead to "serious civil rights violations." The post Racial Justice Groups Demand FTC ‘Monitor The Monitors’ And Rein In Abusive Surveillance appeared first on NewsOne.