CNN's Brian Fung reports on which areas are most impacted after AT&T's network went down for many of its customers across the United States, leaving customers unable to place calls, text or access the internet.
Jury deliberations to begin in murder trial of Jam Master Jay. Phil Taitt reports.
"Black farmers are an endangered species," says 5th generation Black farmer, P.J. Haynie. He and his family have continued to fight racism through the generations, and now, they're making farming history.
Black History Month Spotlight: Homer Brown
Reparations into his own hands: As the two remaining survivors of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre await their day in court, philanthropist Ed Mitzen, who gifted $3 million to their families, reflects on why the wealthy White community needs to "step up."
Students at a school in Miami-Dade County had to have a permission slip signed by their parents to read a book by a Black author. CNN Victor Blackwell reports.
It is one of the most disturbing chapters in Black history - the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. And at age 109, Viola Ford Fletcher wants to make sure the terror is not forgotten. She has written a book - "Don't Let Them Bury My Story."
Authorities held a news briefing about the deadly shooting in Kansas City, Missouri, following Wednesday's Chiefs Super Bowl parade.
The mild-mannered Franklin - the first Black character in the "Peanuts" comic strip - gets to shine in his own animated special.
During a news conference, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas addressed the shooting that occurred toward the end of the Chiefs' Super Bowl celebration parade.
A Texas judge will hear arguments Thursday to determine whether the state’s CROWN Act, a law that prohibits discrimination based on natural hair and hairstyles, also applies to school dress codes that limit the length of those hairstyles.