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As wild as it may sound, Bill Cosby may actually have the Trump Administration to thank for his sexual assault conviction being overturned and the resulting release from prison.

With the current Northwest heat wave causing a mass amount of rolling blackouts throughout the U.S., we wanted to provide the BAW family with five important tips to follow if you're at risk or currently experiencing power outage right now.

On what marks the day we lost the King of Pop, late music icon Michael Jackson, the Black America Web crew decided to pay him a special tribute for Black Music Month by celebrating MJ's legendary dance moves from of his unforgettable music videos.

Two of our most celebrated Black men in Hollywood, veteran actors Samuel L. Jackson and Danny Glover, will both be getting their flowers as honorees at the upcoming 2022 Governors Awards next year.

In the case of state police officers in Louisiana, the situation apparently has gotten so bad when it comes to racial targeting and abuse that the Feds are currently embarking on an investigation into their department.

Beloved actress and award-winning vegan chef Tabitha Brown will soon be bringing us a little sunshine in a bottle called, well, Sunshine Seasoning. 

In the lawsuit, which for the first time identifies the officer in question as Solomon D. Simmons III, Donovon Lynch is described to have not been a threat at all to anyone, making his reasoning for being shot very questionable.

It appears Nick Cannon is intentionally making babies all over, but his "rolling stone" reasoning might just be more morbid than we all might've guessed.

Comedian-turned-councilman Augie Tulba of Honolulu recently reposted one of his old skit videos showing himself in blackface, and somehow we're having a hard time getting the joke. At all.

An ex-St. Louis police officer was found guilty for his part in the brutal beating of an undercover Black officer, sparked by a protest over the acquittal of police officer Jason Stockley for the 2017 shooting death of 24-year-old Black man Anthony Lamar Smith.