Six former white police officers from Rankin, Mississippi have pleaded guilty to hindering the prosecution while being investigated for their brutal assault on two Black men in January.
A Mississippi rapper on the rise may be heading to jail for a long time. Superstar Pride, 21, born Cadarrius Pride and known for his viral, Faith Evans-sampling rap hit “Painting Pictures,” has been arrested under suspicion of murder.
An 11-year-old boy was shot in the chest by a Mississippi police officer who was responding to the 911 call the boy made to help his mother in a domestic dispute. Aderrien Murry suffered the gunshot wound after the officer asked him to come out. The officer is currently on paid administrative leave.
Barbie Bassett, a white television meteorologist, was allegedly fired after saying "Fo Shizzle, My Nizzle" during a live broadcast.
Brett Favre asks to be dismissed from a lawsuit claiming that he and other individuals used Mississippi TANF funds for themselves.
Retired NFL star Brett Favre has his SiriusXM show put on pause amid the resurfaced Mississippi welfare fraud scandal
Here we go again, another water crisis in the "greatest country world" that will affect Black Americans primarily.
How does one claim that systemic racism doesn’t exist while also dedicating a full month to the celebration of a thing that only existed because white people wanted to keep Black people in chains?
Shaquille Brewster was live on air when Benjamin Eugene Dagley approached the TV crew shouting and ranting.
According to Raw Story, the people of the Hospitality State voted in a new measure which would change the state flag from that confederate battle emblem to a new banner which would feature the magnolia flower
Just 14 at the time, Till's chilling death and stirring open-casket images are stark reminders of how far we have and haven't come.
The 'Straight Outta Compton' actor has fallen from grace since being ousted from the Showtime network's 'The Chi' show.