Private Memorial Service Planned For Gen. Colin Powell Nov. 5
The nation’s first Black Secretary of State died Oct. 18 at age 84.
Barack Obama And Bruce Springsteen Talk About Their Unlikely Friendship
The two icons sit down for the first time with CBS News Sunday Morning to discuss their friendship and new book, "Renegades: Born in the USA."
Trial Set To Begin Against White Supremacist Who Led Violent Charlottesville ‘Unite The Right’ Rally
The plaintiffs’ lawyers plan to use an 1871 civil law statute designed to tame the KKK during Reconstruction.
Washington State Sheriff Charged With False Reporting After Allegedly Stalking Black Newspaper Delivery Driver
Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer said Sedrick Altheimer threatened his life, but their stories contradict each other.
Haitian Gang Leader Threatens To ‘Put A Bullet In The Heads’ Of Kidnapped American Missionaries
He says he’ll do so if his demands aren’t met.
Mistrial Declared In Civil Rights Lawsuit Against White Cops Who Wrongfully Arrested Black Man
A Kansas City jury failed to come to a verdict in the civil trial of officers who say they mistook Tyree Bell for another suspect.
Black Louisiana Farmers Say Racist Policies Are Taking Their Land Away
About half a percent of the U.S.’ farmland is Black-owned, but now a group near the Gulf.
Louisiana Student Faces 10 Years In Prison After Alleged TikTok Challenge Assault
The 18-year-old is accused of targeting a disabled teacher to go along with the ‘slap yor teacher’ dare.
Former Minneapolis Policeman Mohamed Noor Resentenced
The ex-cop killed Justine Damond in 2017.
Atlanta HBCU Students Protest in Solidarity With Howard Students Demanding Better Conditions
The students say they’re taking their cues from Howard students demanding safer housing and increased federal financial support.