Officers to appear at a termination hearing, as advocates call on the legislature to pass Breonna’s Law banning no-knock warrants in the state.
‘Career prosecutors’ did not find officers’ conduct rose to the level of willful misconduct beyond a reasonable doubt, as the city remains under a federal consent decree.
The COVID-19 pandemic has strained already burdened state systems with few meeting federal standards for timeliness in paying out unemployment claims.
Landlords across the country are challenging a CDC moratorium on evictions, leaving some families without recourse as the pandemic worsens.
Secretary Alex Padilla’s appointment to replace the Vice President-elect makes him the first latino to represent California in the Senate.
The recognition comes at a time when advocates are calling for media reparations to address anti-Blackness and inequity built into news coverage going back to slavery.
People in the U.S. will soon receive $600 direct payments from the first relief package passed by Congress in nine months.
Year round civic engagement could be the answer to bringing more voters into the fold.
As a condition of Burrell’s release he will serve the remaining two years of the commuted sentence on supervised release.
Healthcare and nursing home workers among the first in the United States to get the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine Monday. The image of two Black women in New York captured the nation’s […]
A pardon won’t save Trump from justice in New York.
Previous findings that military equipment increased safety and decreased crime relied on substantially flawed data according to two independent studies.
Questioning the justice in state sanctioned killings, the Movement for Black Lives encourages those enraged by the outcome to sign on to the #BREATHEAct.
Early Thursday, the Minneapolis City Council approved a budget shifting close to $8 million from policing to social service programs including mental health response and violence prevention, CBS News reports. […]
In spite of a campaign for her to lead the Department of Agriculture, Fudge’s selection as HUD secretary makes her the second Black woman tapped for the role.
As the FDA signals possible emergency use approval for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination, Black health professionals work to build trust and confidence in the process.
The Army Secretary announces sweeping reforms after an independent review committee found a disturbing pattern of harassment and abuse at the military base.
Protesters continue to gather outside of L.A. Mayor’s home, challenging his rumored appointment to a position in the Biden Administration.