NYPD Forces Out Four Officers in Sean Bell Killing - After five and a half years, the case of Sean Bell, an unarmed man killed by a barrage of 50 shots fired by New York City police officers the day before his wedding, has come to an official close. On Friday, after a department administrative trial found the officers acted improperly during the 2006 shooting incident, New York Police Department Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly fired Det. Gescard Isnora; detectives Marc Cooper, Michael Oliver and Lt. Gary Napoli announced they will resign.(Photo: AP Photo/New York City Police Department, File)

NYPD Forces Out Four Officers in Sean Bell Killing

One officer was fired and three will resign.

Friend: Watch Captain Would Say He's Sorry

Joe Oliver says Zimmerman would apologize to Martin family.
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Feds Charge Three With Hate Crimes in Mississippi - Three white men were charged with federal hate crimes for attacking and running over James Craig Anderson, a 47-year-old auto plant worker, with a pick-up truck in Mississippi in June 2011. John Aaron Rice, Dylan Butler and Deryl Dedmon were charged in documents sealed in U.S. District Court in Jackson on Thursday morning.(AP Photo/The Clarion-Ledger, Joe Ellis)

Feds Charge Three with Hate Crimes in Mississippi

James Anderson, 47, was run over by a pick-up truck.

Rights Leaders Keep Up Pressure in Fla. Shooting

NAACP, others want George Zimmerman arrested.
NAACP Rallies for Arrest of Trayvon Martin's Killer - On the heels of the Department of Justice’s announcement that it will open an investigation into the shooting of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, the NAACP hosted a town hall meeting Tuesday night where community leaders planned further demonstrations on behalf of the slain teen and called for the arrest of shooter George Zimmerman.(Photo: AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

Was Fla. Shooter a Vigilante or Good Neighbor?

People are wondering about Zimmerman's motives.
Marching for Justice - Thousands of New Yorkers donned hoodies Wednesday and marched in solidarity with Trayvon Martin in the Million Hoodie March in Manhattan. Trayvon was killed February 26 as he walked near his father's home in Sanford, FL. — Deborah Creighton Skinner(Photo: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Hundreds Rally in NYC for Fla. Teenager Shot Dead

The 17-year-old's parents say they will keep fighting.
Parents of Slain Black Teen Want FBI Investigation - The parents of Trayvon Martin called on the FBI Friday to take over the investigation, saying they no longer trust the local police department.(Photo: Orlando Sentinel/MCT/Landov)

Parents of Slain Black Teen Want FBI Investigation

Martin's family says they no longer trust the local police.
James Earl Ray - James Earl Ray, King's convicted killer, stands handcuffed at the DeBerry Special Needs Prison Hospital near Nashville.(Photo: REUTERS/SHELBY COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDS/LANDOV)

This Day in Black History: March 10, 1969

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s killer sentenced.

Teen Charged as Juvenile in Ohio School Shooting

T.J. Lane is accused of killing three students.
Study: More Black Juveniles Sentenced to Life Without Parole  - Black males are grossly overrepresented among juveniles who are sentenced to life without parole in the United States, according to a new study released last week by the Sentencing Project. The study surveyed more than 1,500 prisoners who were sentenced to life terms without parole when they were between ages  13 and 17. Of those juveniles, 97 percent are male and 60 percent are Black.(Photo: REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)

Study: More Black Juveniles Sentenced to Life Without Parole

A new study looks at Black males in the prison system.