- Data Covid-19 USA — Curbs on drop boxes, tougher ID requirements and purges of voter rolls would have been weakened, or never even passed, if a federal oversight system had been in place.
- Data Covid-19 USA — Black presence and Black power in America are on a seesaw.
A year of lost schooling will hurt children for years to come.
The group, which includes most Black members of Congress, remains publicly united. But in private, an influx of new members who think differently about its purpose are making a play for the future.
Even as many stylists see the new industry standards as significant, others worry that the change could take customers from existing Black-owned salons.
After 12 years, a French spy spoof movie series featuring a clueless, racist and sexist hero re-emerges in a nation where laughter has become more complicated.
A lively American Sign Language interpretation of Megan Thee Stallion’s performance at Lollapalooza flooded social media, reigniting the frustrations of Black deaf content creators.
Her image has been rendered on gold coins and monuments around the United States. But little is known about this Gilded Age model.
The real estate agent was showing his clients, who are also Black, a house in Wyoming, Mich., when the police were called.
Though 88.5 percent of all N.F.L. players had received at least one vaccine dose through Friday, some players voiced their hesitance to be inoculated.
A new documentary follows the complicated legal fight of a civil rights case in 1960s Louisiana that made its way to the U.S. Supreme Court.