LAPD Accuses Cop of Racial Profiling  - For the first time ever, the Los Angeles Police Department found one of its officers guilty of racial profiling on Monday. An LAPD investigation found 15-year police veteran and motorcycle officer Patrick Smith guilty of pulling over primarily Latino drivers based solely on their race. In addition, he misidentified the drivers as white in routine paperwork to conceal the fact he had a disproportionate number of stops involving Latino drivers.(Photo: Bret Hartman - Pool/Getty Images)

LAPD Accuses Cop of Racial Profiling

A Los Angeles police officer was found guilty of profiling.

Commentary: Thanks, But No Thanks Sinead!

Sinead O'Connor's open letter to Blacks is puzzling.

Commentary: George Zimmerman Is Not the Only Arrest Needed to Be Made

Sanford police officers showed questionable behavior.
The Miami Heat\r - The man many called selfish after his much hyped televised "decision" to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat last year led a selfless act, encouraging his teammates to pose for this photo, that he later tweeted with the statement, "#WEWANTJUSTICE." James, who is the father of two young boys said, "It was very emotional, an emotional day for all of us. Taking that picture, we're happy that we're able to shed light on the situation that we feel is unjust." And fellow teammate Dwayne Wade, also a father of two boys, shared, "This situation hit home for me because last Christmas, all my oldest son wanted as a gift was hoodies. So when I heard about this a week ago, I thought of my sons. I'm speaking up because I feel it's necessary that we get past the stereotype of young, Black men." A powerful statement from Trayvon Martin's favorite NBA team.\r(Photo: Lebron James via Twitter)

Miami Heat Show Support for Trayvon Martin

The team wore black hoodies in respect of the teen.

Skittles, Arizona Iced Tea Release Statements on Trayvon Martin

The companies express condolences to the Martins.
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BET to Air Exclusive Trayvon Martin News Special

Tune in Monday, March 26, at 7:30P/6:30C.

Commentary: Are We Prepared to Respond to Increased Attacks on Black Males?

We must rewrite the narrative of the Black male in America.
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.
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.

After Teen Slaying, City Panel Slams Police Chief

The commission voted 3-2 against Chief Bill Lee Jr.