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Biden to honor forgotten victims of Tulsa race massacre

President Joe Biden will take part in a remembrance of one of the nation’s darkest — and largely forgotten — moments of racial violence Tuesday when he helps commemorate the 100th anniversary of the destruction of a thriving Black community in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Century after massacre, Black Tulsans struggle for a voice

TULSA, Okla. – In the early days of Oklahoma’s statehood, an angry white mob fanned by rumors of a Black uprising burned a thriving African American community in the oil boomtown of Tulsa. Although the area was quietly rebuilt and enjoyed a renaissance in the years after the 1921 Race Massacre, the struggle among Black people over their place in the city didn’t end.

Justices signal they could limit Indian Country ruling

The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted Oklahoma's request to retain custody of a man who has been on death row for killing three Native Americans, a sign the court may be willing to limit the fallout from last year's ruling that much of eastern Oklahoma remains a tribal reservation.

100 years after Tulsa Race Massacre, the damage remains

Black Tulsa never really recovered from the devastation that took place 100 years ago, when nearly every structure in Greenwood, the fabled Black Wall Street, was flattened and as many as 300 people were killed.

Highlights: Gonzaga 87, Oklahoma 71

Drew Timme and top-seeded Gonzaga withstood an early 3-point flurry from eighth-seeded Oklahoma and built a double-digit half-time lead before holding on for an 87-71 victory at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.