Margaret Rudin on the run after becoming prime suspect in husband’s murder: Part 1.

Ron Rudin was a successful real estate mogul in the 1990s. His colleagues suspected his wife was responsible for his killing. She swears she’s innocent to this day.

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How Black residents in America’s 1st city to fund reparations proved they were owed.

How Black residents in America’s 1st city to fund reparations proved they were owed.

The city of Evanston has committed $10 million over the next decade in an attempt to repay Black residents for the wrongs and accumulated losses incurred by generations of racism.

John Legend on how art can be a tool for change

John Legend on how art can be a tool for change

The Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awards winner spoke about his song “Never Break,” his production company Get Lifted, and why making unapologetically Black content is crucial for him.

A Black Capitol Police officer’s story of the Jan. 6 riot

A Black Capitol Police officer’s story of the Jan. 6 riot

Sgt. Harry Dunn found himself at the heart of the insurrection at the Capitol.

How the 1st US city to fund reparations pulled it off.

How the 1st US city to fund reparations pulled it off.

Evanston, Illinois, has a rich Black history. Records show generations of insidious racism and redlining in the Chicago suburb.

Families regain power in Texas, food and water shortages continue.

Families regain power in Texas, food and water shortages continue.

Officials announced an end to controlled outages and said Thursday that the state’s independent electrical grid was moments away from failure on Sunday due to high demand and cold conditions.