Emmett Till’s Family Reacts To News That DOJ Closing Murder Investigation After 66 Years
The Justice Department said they don’t have enough evidence that Carolyn Bryant lied.
Texas Sued By Justice Department Over New Redistricting Maps They Claim Discriminate Against Black And Latinx Voters
The lawsuit argues the state violated the Voting Rights Act.
Critical Race Theory Co-Founder Receives Surge Of Threats He Suspects From Trump Supporters
Some GOP strategists are using fear of CRT to ignite their base for the 2022 elections
Antonio Brown’s Future With Tampa Bay Uncertain Following COVID Suspension
The star wide receiver will miss three games for misrepresenting his vaccination status.
Omicron Variant Found In Nearly One-Third Of U.S., Health Officials Say
Despite the spread of the new strain, the delta variant remains the majority of U.S. COVID-19 infections.
Nashville Police Arrest Woman Accused Of Bringing A Handgun Into A School Building Where Students Were Fighting
Parents told the cops that the mother was armed.
City Of Seattle Agrees To Pay $3.5 Million Settlement In Wrongful-Death Lawsuit Of Pregnant Mother Of Four
Charleena Lyles was shot and killed in her home by police in 2017
Black Utah High School Football Player Won’t Accept Being Called N-Word, Gets Punished For It
The incident happened in a school district with a history of not punishing white students for their racist behavior.
Ahmaud Arbery Family Seek Conviction For Georgia D.A. Who Had A Working Relationship With Gregory McMichael
Jackie Johnson is charged with prosecutorial misconduct.
A Black Missouri Man Was Killed By White Neighbor Claiming Self-Defense, Here's What We Know
Justin King's family says he was killed in cold blood.