President Donald Trump, who granted clemency to a number of his political allies, declared that he had the right to do so.
The Human Rights Campaign has called on the former New York City mayor to apologize for the comments he made just last year.
The Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that support for Sanders, who performed well in Iowa and New Hampshire, continues to surge.
The city of West Linn agreed to pay 48-year-old Michael Fesser $600,000 in one of the largest settlements for wrongful arrest in Oregon's history.
Robert Noye, 52, is accused of holding a woman captive and forcing her to sit with him and watch the nine-hour miniseries "Roots."
The former New York City mayor is expected to take the Democratic presidential debate stage on Wednesday in Las Vegas
Over the past few years, Congressional Democrats have highlighted the Black Maternal Health Crisis, and the focus continues in 2020.
Audio surfaced from a 2015 speech in Colorado where Bloomberg could be heard defending stop and frisk, claiming 95% of "murders and murderers and murder victims" are young men and teens of color.
A basketball game between St. Joseph High School and Righetti High School ended in controversy following the "racist" chant.
Professor Won’t Teach Rest Of Semester After Calling Cops On Black Student Who Refused To Change Seats
Ball State University professor Shaheen Borna, who has been on the faculty since 1983, will not be teaching for the rest of the semester.
Despite his poor performances in Iowa and New Hampshire, Biden told supporters on a phone call that "I'll be damned if we're gonna lose this nomination."
Nicole Poole, 42, of Iowa was facing hate crime charges after police said she intentionally ran over a girl she believed to be Mexican, as well as a Black boy.
The Georgia congresswoman, whose son was killed by a White man during an argument about loud music, threw her support behind Bloomberg.
Following a panel describing what it means to be Black and an immigrant, anonymous, racist questions popped up behind the panelists.
In the tiny town of Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, three of its five residents select Bloomberg as a write-in candidate.
Roger Stone, Trump's former campaign adviser, was found guilty of lying to Congress and other charges in relation to an investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign.
The 21-year-old Georgia college student asked Biden to explain his poor Iowa Caucus performance only to be blasted with a "joke."