The Week in News

The suspects in Ahmaud Arbery’s shooting were indicted on murder charges, a cop involved in Breonna Taylor’s death was fired, and millions signed a petition demanding justice for Elijah McClain.

To read these stories and more, see below.

Florida Man Attacks Walmart Employee Over Mask-Wearing — WATCH!

Double Amputee ‘Maced’ By Cops at Columbus Protest

Gabrielle Union Gives Husband Dwyane Wade the Best Father’s Day Gift Ever!

Black Child Denied Entry at Baltimore Restaurant for Athletic Attire

Woman Accused of Intentionally Coughing on Baby at Yogurtland

Novak Djokovic Tests Positive for COVID-19

D.L. Hughley’s Son Tests Positive for COVID-19 Days After Father’s Diagnosis

Lena Waithe Is Paying Bills on Instagram!

Regina King Understands Why Some Are Unable to ‘Stay Home’ Amid COVID-19

Elijah McClain: What You Need to Know

Bubba Wallace Reacts to FBI Investigation Regarding 'Noose'

Ahmaud Arbery Suspects Indicted on Murder Charges

Officer Involved in Breonna Taylor Fatal Shooting Officially Fired

Walmart Slammed for Selling ‘All Lives Matter’ Attire

Jimmy Kimmel Apologizes for Past Blackface Sketches

White Woman Uses N-Word Against Black Woman in Shocking Viral Video

Ahmaud Arbery’s Mom Shares Touching Message to Breonna Taylor’s Mom

Dixie Chicks Change Name After Criticism

Eiza González Apologizes for Imitating Black & Asian Women in Resurfaced Photos

Emma Roberts Is Pregnant!

Elijah McClain’s Mom Demands ‘Life in Prison’ for Cops Involved in Son’s Death

Actor Robert Hartwell Buys House Built by Slaves

Rapper Huey Dead at 32 from Fatal Shooting

‘Sacramento Karen’ Files Police Report After Using N-Word Against Black Woman

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