The first monument honoring the bravery and heroism of Black U.S. veterans was unveiled in Buffalo. The post First Monument Honoring The Bravery And Heroism Of Black U.S. Veterans Unveiled In Buffalo appeared first on NewsOne.

NEVER WASTED God doesn’t leave us alone in our weakness.  When we feel incapable, he gives us the strength we lack to accomplish the task.  When we are working sincerely for him, our work – no matter how insignificant it may seem – will always be effective. We may feel like a failure in the […]

Various gospel peers confirm the passing of gospel singer Keith "Wonderboy" Johnson on Sept. 30 at the age of 50.

Prior to debuting "Miracles", she opens up about what this song means to her, the best part of her married life, her best food dish, and how her clothing line is doing. 

The following is an urgent warning from Radio One about a scam involving some of its radio station properties. With the advent of social media, these scams are on the rise, and Radio One, an Urban One company, wants its listeners to be educated, advised, and on the alert for these scams.

"I've been telling people, it seems like we came from one crisis, which was the pandemic crash and I played right now we're in a faith crisis."

For many, there's only one thing on our minds when we finally decide to roll out of bed. It doesn't matter if we stayed up past our bedtime or got a luxurious eight hours of sleep. Coffee.

Did you know that Howard University is the only HBCU in the nation with a swim program? In their 75th year, this season opening is set to make history!

During this fall and winter, we want to also encourage you to find hobbies, spend time with the people you love and to find happiness in the simple things that make your life sweet.

These beauty tips will make your summer to fall skincare routine seamless.

As National Self-Care Month winds down, these seven essentials are the perfect way to relax your mind, calm your senses and bring on the pampering.

On Tuesday, a number of inmates located in multiple prisons across Alabama went on strike citing unsafe conditions inside some of the state's male-dominated prisons. Now, some of the inmates are refusing to do their daily jobs, until their demands are met.  The post Alabama Inmates Launch State-Wide Strike In Protest For Better Living Conditions appeared first on NewsOne.