Black Pasadena Police Officer Claims She Was Unfairly Relieved of Duty, Files Discrimination Lawsuit
The litigation stems from a February 20 incident where the officer stepped-in to de-escalate a heated exchange between a fellow officer and a suspect.
Citing ‘Lack of Vision,’ Two Members of Detroit's Reparations Task Force Resign
One of the sticking points that drove the move was exactly what reparations looks like.
Derek Chauvin Back in Prison Custody Following Attempt on His Life
The former police officer’s lawyer shared his “condition has improved” after his stabbing on Nov. 24.
Rep. Lucy McBath's District In Georgia Could Be Divided By Proposed Redrawn Congressional Map
Although the new map would create a majority-Black district in west metro Atlanta, other districts would still be divided 9-5 in favor of the GOP.
Families of Jacksonville, Fla. Dollar General Shooting Victims File Suit Against Company
Plaintiffs say both the bargain store and the parents of the shooter must be held accountable.
Sha'Carri Richardson, Noah Lyles Receive Top Honors At USATF Event
Richardson won the Jackie Joyner-Kersee Athlete of the Year for women and Lyles was awarded the Jesse Owens Male Athlete of the Year for men.
Trump’s Vow to ‘fix’ Obamacare is Just More Empty Rhetoric
He wants to ratify President Barack Obama’s signature legislation. But it’s all smoke and mirrors.
‘He Should Have Never Put His Hands On Me,’ Says Victim of Racist Attack at Kansas High School
Brey’anna Brown is speaking out about the N-word-laced assault captured on video.
5 West Virginia Ex-Correctional Officers Under Federal Indictment After Death Of Inmate
The former officers for their involvement in the death of Quantez Burks who was fatally beaten while he was handcuffed and destined in Southern Regional Jail
BLM National Organization Says Activist’s Trump Endorsement Was 'Publicity Stunt'
Trump suggested he had broader BLM support after a man claiming to co-found BLM Rhode Island endorsed him.