China is retaliating after being called for alleged human rights abuses.

A series of photos following the bombshell interview with Meghan Markle suggests the Royal Family is scrambling to be seen in public with Black people in an age-old PR stunt used by closeted white supremacists to deny they're racist.

At least one person was reportedly killed in Johannesburg as police responded with deadly force during ongoing protests against mounting student debt in South Africa.

If anyone was thought there would be some type of racial reckoning to suddenly come over the British tabloid press following Oprah Winfrey's bombshell interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, think again.

Hundreds of schoolgirls were released after being kidnapped at school last week. The students appeared unharmed when freed.

Recently confirmed Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said he recommended the airstrike in Syria that targeted a militia supported by Iran that attacked Americans in Iraq. 

The seven-day holiday tradition begins the day after Christmas.

Parts of Europe were in full panic mode as public health officials there reported what seemed to be the U.K. outbreak of a new mutant strain of Covid-19 that is described as being exponentially more contagious.

Six years after hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped, Boko Haram continues to wage attacks on rural areas in the northwestern and northeastern regions of Nigeria.

Regardless of which country launched the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iran's top nuclear scientist, there seems to be one unverified consensus on social media: Donald Trump was probably involved in some way, shape or fashion.

That rooster about to get the death penalty for killing a cop and get turned into a soup or something.

On Tuesday ( Oct 20) Beyoncé took to Instagram to share her support of protestors and activists fighting on the frontlines of the #EndSARS movement and speak out against the violent attacks that they are facing at the hands of police. According to published reports, Amnesty International has confirmed that the Nigerian army and police killed at least 12 peaceful protesters Tuesday at two locations in Lagos.