(LONDON) -- Britain's Queen Elizabeth spoke for the first time publicly about her own battle with COVID-19, saying the virus leaves "one feeling very tired and exhausted." The queen, 95, tested positive for COVID-19 in February, just days after it was confirmed that her son,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Since early reports of COVID-19's suspected origins in Wuhan, China, the Asian and Pacific Islander community in the United States has faced skyrocketing incidents of hate, including a string of racist incidents against athletes. "People are racially profiling Asians. Although they blame... Read More.
Lady A hasn't said much publicly since shortening their name last year -- removing the "Antebellum" reference out of racial sensitivity -- only to find that the updated moniker conflicted with another artist, a Black singer, also known as Lady A. But as their new collection, What... Read More.
By ADIA ROBINSON and KIARA BRANTLEY-JONES, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Thousands seeking criminal justice reform gathered at the National Mall on Friday under the rallying cry "Get Your Knee Off Our Necks," a reference to the manner in which George Floyd... Read More.
BY: ELLA TORRES, ABC NEWS (NEW ORLEANS) -- Frank Wimberly began grieving for his brother, Quinnyon, last fall after learning that he was one of three construction workers killed in the collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans.Yet 10... Read More.