Senior White House adviser Stephen Miller is being asked to resign from his position after emails confirm his ties to white nationalism.
The Pima County Sheriff's Department is looking into a disturbing incident caught on camera where a teen amputee is wrestled to the ground by a deputy.
A civil rights lawsuit has been filed against Waffle House after a viral incident left Chikesia Clemons with physical and emotional damages.
Fort Worth police are responsible for numerous shooting deaths this year. A review panel has been selected to investigate current policies.
Hundreds rallied in front of the Maryland State House on Wednesday in hopes of getting the governor to settle a 13-year-old lawsuit.
Deval Patrick is the second politician who has joined the race within the last week.
A swanky salon on New York City's Upper East Side will be required to style Black hair after an investigation into racial discrimination.
Elizabeth Warren scored an endorsement from Black WomXn For, a collective of more than 100 Black women, who say the senator from Massachusetts is committed to working on Black issues.
Childhood friends of the 2020 hopeful share stories of what the California senator was like as a young student.
Twitter weighs in following Trump's announcement on the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi with users questioning the reality of his claims.
Four-hundred years after the first enslaved Africans were ripped from their homeland and brought to American shores, hundreds gathered at Gadsden's Wharf in Charleston to celebrate the forthcoming building that will hold their stories.
The lunch debt policy in Cherry Hill is grabbing the attention of presidential candidates and raising concerns over school lunch programs.
Sevier County Commissioner Warren Hurst invoked hate and bigotry to describe how liberal Democrats were "ruining the country."
In a 10-hour deposition with Democrats on Tuesday, the acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, William B. Taylor Jr. called Trump's actions "highly irregular."
Students at MSU are upset over the handling of what was conceived as a "strategically planned" act toward a Black student.
New York City Reaches $980,000 Settlement With Young Detainees Who Were Beaten, Forced Into Solitary Confinement
Four young detainees who were transferred from Rikers and imprisoned in an Albany jail have won their case against the city of New York.