Amanda Gorman, the nation's first youth poet laureate and youngest poet at a presidential inauguration, captivated the hearts of Americans while she read her poem, "The Hill We Climb." Read it in its entirety here.
America is officially under new leadership after the historic inauguration of Joe Biden, the 46th president of the United States, and Kamala Harris, the first-ever Black woman vice president.
CNN host Don Lemon used his platform to encourage newsrooms to increase staffing diversity in a meaningful way, and not just for appearances.
Kristen Gray, a Black American woman accused of bragging in a Twitter thread about living in the Indonesian resort of Bali during the pandemic, is facing deportation for that same social media activity, according to reports.
Another Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday, another tone-deaf tweet incorrectly co-opting the civil rights icon's famous words.
Very little is ever spoken of the fact that a Memphis jury found the United States government guilty of conspiring to assassinate Dr. King on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel on April 4, 1968.
Iconic pictures that underscore Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s brave determination to pave the way for each of us to enjoy a freer existence than he did.
A retired career military man who was equipped with plastic zip-tie restraints when he stormed the Capitol with the alleged intent "to take hostages" has been released from jail into the comfort of his own home.
Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Robert C. Weaver became the first Black member of a presidential cabinet on this day in 1966.