Demetria Bannister, 28, who taught at Windsor Elementary in Columbia, S.C., died on Sept. 7 after being hospitalized due to coronavirus.
In interviews with the renowned journalist, Trump acknowledged that he knew that the virus was dangerous and "more deadly" than the flu.
Gentry, who was an officer for 20 years, will be the first woman and third African-American to serve as police chief in Louisville.
Isaiah Elliott, who’s in seventh grade, now has a mark on his school disciplinary record saying he brought a "facsimile of a firearm to school."
Tennis champion Naomi Osaka has been wearing masks bearing the names of Black victims of racial profiling to highlight the need for change.
The remote hearing will center around ensuring a free, fair and safe general election, even amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A 12-year-old boy was charged with felony battery for allegedly hitting Nevaeh Thomas with a metal pole after calling her racial slurs.
Mathias Ometu, 33, was arrested after officers said he "matched the description of an alleged strangulation family violence incident."
Trump's suggestions aside, intentionally voting twice is illegal, and in states like North Carolina, it can result in felony charges.
Officer Jason Fletcher is accused of using "unreasonable deadly force" after fatally shooting Steven Taylor at a Walmart in April.
Charles McMillon, Jr., and Kendrick Clemons believe they were racially profiled by Wallace and Beverly Fountain, who are both in their 70s.
Organizers wanted to celebrate the Kenosha community by hosting a community cleanup and healing circle, complete with voter registration booths.
Layleen Polanco, a 27-year-old trans woman, died after having an epileptic seizure while being held at Rikers Island jail complex.
President Donald Trump confirmed on Monday that he would not meet with Jacob Blake's family because they wanted lawyers present.
Los Angeles sheriff's deputies approached Dijon Kizzee for violating a vehicle code while riding his bike before the fatal encounter.
The White House announced that Donald Trump intended to visit Kenosha on Tuesday as unrest continues amid the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
Columbia Sgt. Chad Walker is suspended without pay after repeatedly saying the n-word after a civilian allegedly used it against him.