Spike Lee's Hurricane Katrina Follow-Up Debuts Tonight

"If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don't Rise," Spike Lee's emotional follow-up documentary to his award-winning "When the Levees Broke," airs Monday and Tuesday on HBO. Deputy Editor Bob Meadows met with Lee while the director was filming in New Orleans. What began as a look at the city's triumphant rise following Hurricane Katrina changed dramatically after the BP oil spill... Here's what you had to say: Ivy commented via Facebook: "Will be watching to see how Spike Lee puts our city in the spotlight!" Romonica wrote via Facebook: "I will definitely be tuning in!"

FBI Investigates Cop Shooting of Detroit Girl

It's hard to call this good news, considering the tragic event that led to it. But it is, at least, better news. The FBI is investigating the tragic shooting of 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones, who was killed by a stray bullet when Detroit cops raided her home in May. We have U.S. Rep. John Conyers to thank for getting the Feds involved...

The Deborah Project Takes On Chicago Gun Violence

The news was horrific: a 13-year-old Chicago boy shot 22 times while riding his bike. But how many of us paused for more than a few minutes to consider Robert Freeman's lonely passing from this world on July 28? It was just another heartbreaking murder in a tragic season of violence among our youth, our boys, our men...