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Many of us weren't expecting to hear from convicted murderer Derek Chauvin for a long time following his 22-year prison sentence last summer for the 2020 death of George Floyd. However, that day unfortunately came far too soon now that he's making headlines in an attempt to get an appeal.

As of today, the Philadelphia Police Department is taking new strides on the path to inclusivity. They have just announced that Leslie Marant is going to be the first-ever Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer. Philadelphia Police Department Commissioner Danielle M. Outlaw took to Twitter to announce the news. According to a conversation with 6ABC, […]

An English teacher at Greenfield High School in Missouri became a martyr in the ongoing Critical Race Theory debate after she was fired when a parent reported her for teaching CRT by way of a worksheet titled "How Racially Privileged Are You?"

After weeks of anticipation and an intense Senate hearing, Ketanji Brown Jackson has officially been confirmed to be the next U.S. Supreme Court Judge. The historic vote makes her the first Black woman to serve on the highest court in America.

The U.S. House of Representatives may have brought us one step closer to the legalization of marijuana after passing a legislation today that would make cannabis use legal nationwide and decriminalized at the federal level.

Scientists are preparing to introduce a new form of birth control for males, which has so far been 99% effective in preventing pregnancy amongst lab rats.

Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin said that to be first, “often, you have to be the best, in some ways the bravest.”

The Senate decided to put an end to Daylight Saving Time confusion once and for all by passing a measure that will make it permanent from now on throughout the United States.

After a century that saw over 200 attempts to ban lynching get denied, Congress has finally enacted the Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act that's currently en route to President Joe Biden for officiation.

Netflix and TikTok suspended most of their services in Russia on Sunday as the government cracks down on what people and media outlets can say about Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Over 170 million U.S.-born people who were adults in 2015 were exposed to harmful levels of lead as children, a new study estimates.

Civil rights icon Mary McLeod Bethune, a White House mainstay during the Roosevelt era that played a prominent role in his Black Cabinet, makes her grand return to the U.S. Capitol in the form of a statue that will sit in the National Statuary Hall.