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Group: Officers Who Beat Black Suspect Should be Charged
Protesters on Wednesday called for criminal charges to be brought against two police officers who a...


Family of Tanisha Anderson Files Civil Lawsuit Against Cleveland Police
The family of Tanisha Anderson, who died Nov. 12 while being restrained in police custody, filed a ...


Fate of Texas' Tough Voter ID Law in Judge's Hands
The Justice Department argued that Black residents in Texas are four times as likely not to have an...


US Unveils Federal Law Enforcement Profiling Ban
New guidelines offer broader protections that the Justice Department hopes could be a model for loc...


Commentary: A Sad Ending to Susan Rice’s State Department Dream
Susan Rice’s decision to bow out ends a sad spectacle of unreasonable Republican attacks on a brill...


Justice Department to Sue Texas Over Voter Law
The Justice Department will join in two law suits against the state of Texas over redistricting and...


Justice Department Will Review Ramarley Graham Case
The Justice Department is now reviewing the case of NYPD Officer Richard Haste, who fatally shot Ra...


Haiti Protests U.S. State Department Warning
Haiti defended itself this week against scathing travel advisories issued by the U.S. and Canadian ...


U.S. Offering $5 Million for Kony Leads
The US is offering $5 million for information leading to the arrest, transfer or conviction of Jose...


Haiti PM: US State Dept to Send Legal Team
Haiti's prime minister says a team of legal experts from the U.S. State Department will visit the C...


Trayvon Martin Case Turned Over to Florida State’s Attorney
The case of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old high school junior killed by a neighborhood watch capta...


Justice Department Opposes Texas Voter ID Law
The Justice Department has rejected Texas' voter ID law because it would disenfranchise Hispanic vo...


Child Welfare Agency Settles Lawsuits
A number of Black officers have accused the Connecticut Department of Children and Families of raci...


Grand Jury Decides Not to Indict Darren Wilson in Michael Brown Shooting
A grand jury has decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown...


Cuba Signals That Extradition of US Fugitives Off the Table
Cuba's point person on U.S. relations says anything is up for discussion as the two countries move ...


Black Man to Lead Florida's Education Department
Gerard Robinson, an administrator known for his innovative approach and his conservative links, wil...


Blacks Still Not Represented in NJ State Police Force
The NAACP threatens legal action if the numbers don't improve....


Feisty Clinton: U.S. Strengthening Embassy Security
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is grilled by Senate committee on Benghazi attacks....


Senate Opens Hearings for Obama Attorney General Nominee
Loretta Lynch, who is seeking to become the first Black female in the esteemed position, promised a...


Justice Department Delays Ruling on South Carolina’s Voter ID Law
DOJ wants more information about how the new voter ID law will be implemented....

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