In 1692, a Black slave woman named Tituba was used as a pawn to spark the first conspiracy to hit the shores of America. The post The Mysterious Story Of Tituba: A Black Slave Woman Who Sparked The Salem Witch Trials appeared first on NewsOne.

Israeli aviation authorities say they are closing the country’s airspace to all flights as it braces for an Iranian drone attack. The post Iran Launches Drone Attack on Israel appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

The CDC announces a shift in COVID-19 guidelines, removing the mandatory five-day isolation period.

Chrysler is recalling 330,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees, 2021-2023 models, for a steering wheel issue.

The U.S. is grappling with a spike in norovirus cases this season, raising concerns about widespread stomach bug outbreaks.


For members of the Black community, water is connected to a troubled history of barriers, stemming from systemic racism, exclusion and limited access to pools and swimming education. The post Breaking Down The Stereotype: Why Can’t Black People Swim? appeared first on NewsOne.

Even in the face of destruction and racist terror, a handful of Black people emerged as heroes among the brave Americans who stood up to the bigoted Capitol mob and defended democracy. The post The Black Heroes Of The Jan. 6 Capitol Attack appeared first on NewsOne.

Every year on November 11th we celebrate and honor those who have proudly served our country as part of the Armed Forces

The GOP leader froze during a presser in his homestate of Kentucky, leading many to call for his retirement for the sake of his health.

Alabama state Sen. April Weaver and other Alabama legislators want to make faking a kidnapping a felony after Carlee Russell's case. The post Alabama Legislators Want To Make Kidnapping Hoaxes A Felony In Response To Carlee Russell Case appeared first on NewsOne.