Damon Mitchell said he was planning to take taking legal action against TMC Transportation for being kicked off a training course due to his hairstyle.
My latest song is a remix of the Bobby Billions track Outside (Better Days) because it's scary that there are people out there with guns. I want people to stop all the killing.
Candace Owens has, through strong positions and controversies, fast become an emerging figure of America's new right,
Two sources familiar with the process confirmed to Newsweek that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has signed off on Army Sergeant 1st Class Alwyn C. Cashe receiving the Medal of Honor, and a third source aware of the proceedings said the White House was working to set a ceremony date.
"The Jeffersons" star Marla Gibbs' speech was cut short as she paused and closed her eyes during the outdoor event in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Great Britain's women's soccer team performed the protest against racism just before its game against Chile.
The 26-year-old became the youngest broadcaster in history to present the NBA Finals Trophy presentation after ESPN chose her ahead of Nichols.
Questlove, Ice T and Magic Johnson were also among those to post personal messages following the rapper's death.
Marcos Uzquiano is one of the subjects of new documentary "Tigre Gente" that casts light on the illegal trade of jaguar fangs in Bolivia.
Joyce Beatty took part in a rally on Thursday afternoon to call on the Senate to pass the For the People Act, a sweeping electoral reform bill.
"He can do it. He's very intelligent. He's very motivated," William Shatner said of his fellow "Star Trek" alum to Newsweek.
The educators have been accused of being "activists" with an "agenda" to "indoctrinate" students with "far-left ideology" that would "institutionalize discrimination against white children."
The protesters were gathered on the freeway to demonstrate unity in response to the civil unrest taking place in Cuba.
Merritt is best known for acting as a co-counsel for George Floyd's family and representing the families of Black people who were killed by police.
The project by Filipino designer Carlyle Nuera has Osaka wearing a Nike tennis dress inspired by her 2020 Australian Open outfit, complete with Yonex tennis racket.
"I encourage you to study my father's teachings & words well beyond the last lines of 'I Have A Dream,'" Bernice King wrote after McCarthy invoked her father's famous speech.
Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka were racially abused on social media after England lost to Italy in the Euro 2020 final.
Beloved actor Charlie Robinson, who passed away on July 11, was known for his roles in several shows, including "Night Court," "Home Improvement," and "Mom."
Andrew Lawrence joked about Meghan Markle chasing Prince Harry with a Glock handgun but he was canceled over racism towards three black England soccer players.
A new poll found Americans are overwhelmingly against protests by athletes like Gwen Berry, who turned away from the flag during the Olympic trials in June.
Duchess of Sussex supporters have seen evidence supporting her claims of racism in Britain in the way England fans reacted to the Euro 2020 final loss to Italy.
The number of organ donors in the black community is alarmingly low. Velma Scantlebury is working to change that.
Suzzanne Douglas was known for her roles in the sitcom "The Parent 'Hood" and Netflix's "When They See Us."
"Once I did get the script, a lot of it came to life. I thought, 'Yeah, I've said yes to the right people,'" Angela Bassett tells Newsweek about her new film Gunpowder Milkshake.'
Eric Adams has won the Democratic Primary for the Mayor of New York, and he will face Curtis Sliwa in the general.
An employment tribunal in the U.K. ruled a woman was unfairly fired for remarks about a toy.
The performance on a PBS show celebrating July 4 sparked outrage among some users on social media who said it was "divisive" and promoted "segregation."
"The imposition of a penalty against a world-class Black, queer, woman athlete is powerfully and infuriatingly reminiscent of the way drug laws are regularly applied in the United States," the MoveOn petition read.