Tulsa Police Department released video footage showing the officers stopping and handcuffing the teens for jaywalking.
State Sen. Steve Huffman, a Republican, posed the racist question during a hearing on whether to declare racism a public health crisis.
Breonna Taylor's incident report, which was released by Louisville Metro Police this week, excludes many details about what happened.
Branden Michael Wolfe is facing charges of aiding and abetting arson for the fires set to the Minneapolis Police Department's Third Precinct.
Mitch McConnell asked Tim Scott, the only Black Senate Republican, to help craft police reform legislation amid national outrage over George Floyd's death.
Meanwhile, another Columbus statue in Boston had its head removed.
Recently released body camera footage is shedding new light and increased scrutiny on the police-involved death of Javier Ambler in Texas.
Police say Kevin Penn, who was armed and defending his store was mistaken for the suspect when an officer punched him.
The bill, which Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to sign into law, is named after Eric Garner who died after being put in a chokehold by an NYPD officer.
New York City, which was once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., is now taking the first steps toward reopening.
During a Black Lives Matter protest in England, protesters tore down a statue of Edward Colston and toppled it into Bristol Harbor.
A nine-member majority of the Minneapolis City Council committed to investing police funding into community-led ways to address public safety.
If Fabiana Pierre-Louis is confirmed by the state Senate, she will be the first Black woman to ever serve on the NJ Supreme Court.
NY State Sen. Zellnor Myrie and NY Assemblymember Diana Richardson were two legislators who were met with violence at the hands of police during protests.
An investigator testified that Travis Michael, who is facing murder charges, was heard uttering the racial slur by another defendant.
Manuel Ellis, 33, pleaded "I can't breathe" while in police custody in Tacoma, Washington on the night of March 3, prior to his death, which was ruled a homicide.
Keval Williams turned in his badge and joined protesters on the streets, saying that he had wanted to show support as an officer.
Chuck Schumer slammed Trump's "unconstitutional order," which led to officers using tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters.
Ella Jones, who was also the first Black woman elected to the Ferguson City Council, came out over her opponent with 54 percent of the vote.