One in five Black Americans are either immigrants or the children of immigrants. But feeling embraced or understood by the U.S. can seem daunting for some, and impossible for others.
What's it like to be a Black immigrant or refugee in America? We had a hundred or so conversations with people in Tennessee — one of the Blackest states in the country — to find out.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Rev. Bernice King called for a complete rethinking of the planned police training center. This comes as Mayor Andre Dickens has doubled down on his commitment to build the facility. Meanwhile, Fulton DA Fani Willis says recent attacks by Donald Trump are "ridiculous."
A pediatric surgeon and his colleagues at Vanderbilt University Medical Center had prepared for a mass casualty event, but the victims of Monday's shooting had already died by the time they arrived.
Hart, known for her starring role on Sabrina the Teenage Witch, said her children attend school near Nashville's Covenant School.
Monday's school shooting set in motion a familiar cycle of condolences, calls for action and questions, some unanswerable, about how the violence unfolded. Here's a look at what we're following.
Authorities released graphic body camera footage showing the fatal confrontation between police and the shooter at the private religious school. Three children and three adults died in the attack.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: As Sine Die looms over the Dome, legislators scramble to pass several high-profile bills. Gov. Brian Kemp supported a school choice measure that critics say would rob public schools of much-needed funds. Sports betting and expanded hate crime bills also saw a second life. We also discuss a tragic school shooting in Nashville.
Nashville-based Fisk University will make history this week when the school's women's gymnastics team becomes the first historically Black college or university to compete at the NCAA level.
Evidence presented during the trial showed Travis Reinking had schizophrenia and had suffered delusions for years but prosecutors showed that he was calm and cooperative after his arrest.
Authorities revealed that DNA testing shows the man believed to be the perpetrator of the Christmas Day incident died in the blast.
A day after the early Christmas explosion injured three people and damaged dozens of buildings in downtown Nashville, Tenn., large swaths of the state's communications networks were still down.
The blast could be felt for miles and damaged nearby buildings. The FBI is now leading the investigation, working with local police and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Pride died Saturday from complications of COVID-19 in Dallas. The baritone-voiced singer was the first Black man inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Many are worried that Labor Day will be like the Fourth of July and Memorial Day, when travel and celebrations fanned the flames of viral spread, especially across the U.S. South and West.