Toya Wright came through to the morning show studio to talk about her new book, “In My Own Words.” She says, after doing so much reality television, people think they know her story, but she begs to differ. This book is meant to really portray her “real reality,” as opposed to the “30-minute edited version” […]
Nearly a year after Carey Gabay, a well-respected aide to Gov. Cuomo, was fatally shot while walking from a J’ouvert celebration in New York City’s Crown Heights, Brooklyn, police have arrested a fifth suspect in a California resort city two hours east of Los Angeles, according to the New York Daily News. Kenny Bazile was arrested Thursday […]
August 2016 was Chicago’s deadliest month in nearly two decades, leaving the city’s streets riddled with shell casings and bloodshed from mostly African-American bodies. According to the Chicago Police Department’s crime statistics, an astonishing 474 people were victims of homicide in 2016. In August alone, there were 92 deaths, a number slightly lower than July 1993 […]
Singer Janelle Monáe took to Twitter on Wednesday evening to mourn the loss of her thirty-seven-year-old cousin, Natasha Hays.
This past weekend, a lot of violence, especially gun violence, plagued the streets nationwide. Most notably, Toya Wright lost two brothers to random bullets in New Orleans, a rapper by the name of Killa J was shot during an attempt to rob Soulja Boy, and all of this occurs during a time when more and more police […]
The teen, whose name has not been released, has been charged as a juvenile and was being questioned Saturday by investigators in connection with the deaths.
NewsOne spoke with Christina Greer, a professor of political science at Fordham University, about how Democrats performed overall at the convention and particularly on two key issues facing African-Americans: Women's empowerment, and police killings and gun violence.