The Week in News

Breonna Taylor was honored on the cover of O, The Oprah Winfrey Magazine, Zendaya received her first Emmy nomination, and the legendary civil rights leader and congressman John Lewis was laid to rest in Atlanta.

To read these stories and more, see below.

Black Lives Matter Protester Spent Final Moments Pushing Disabled Fiancée’s Wheelchair, Mom Says

WNBA Players Walk Off Court During National Anthem at Season Opener

Bobby Brown Pays Tribute to Daughter Bobbi Kristina on 5th Anniversary of Her Death

MTV Star Charlie Balducci Dead at 44

Robin Roberts & Partner Amber Laign Celebrate 15 Years Together

Two White Men Accused of Harassing Black Family at Las Vegas Restaurant

Michael Kopech Files for Divorce from Pregnant Vanessa Morgan

Walmart and Other Stores Will Not Enforce Mask Policy to Avoid Confrontation

Actress Royana Black Dead at 47 Following Leukemia Battle

Social Media Goes Crazy Over Zendaya’s First Emmy Nomination!

Tiffany Haddish Says Racism Has Made Her Fearful of Having Children

MacKenzie Scott, Ex-Wife of Jeff Bezos, Donates $1.7 Billion to Charity

Ciara Gushes About Her ‘House Full of Love’ After Welcoming 3rd Child!

Chloe X Halle Are the New Faces of Fendi!

Malik B., Founding Member of The Roots, Dead at 47

George Floyd’s Family Attends Public Hologram Unveiling in Richmond

Herman Cain Dead at 74 from COVID-19 Complications

Congressman John Lewis Laid to Rest in Atlanta

Breonna Taylor Honored with Historic O Magazine Cover

Dr. Dre & Nicole Young DID Have a Prenup!

Malika Haqq Is Making ‘Beautiful Memories’ with Son Ace Amid Quarantine

Beyoncé’s Kids Steal the Show in New ‘Black Is King’ Visual Album!

White Woman Yells Racial Slur at George Floyd Hologram

‘MasterChef Junior’ Star Ben Watkins, 13, Diagnosed with Tumor 3 Years After Parents’ Death

Naya Rivera Laid to Rest in Los Angeles


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