Jaylan Butler was on a swim team trip when officers detained and threatened him, according to a new ACLU lawsuit.
Presidential frontrunner Bernie Sanders has called on his supporters to stop the "vicious attacks" against those who do not support his run.
Authorities are still seeking answers in the death of Anitra Gunn whose body was found days after going missing.
Alabama Rep. Rolanda Hollis introduced a mandatory vasectomy bill to give male legislators a taste of what women have been feeling for years.
The Former First Lady's When We All Vote organization has teamed up with MTV to give high schools a chance to win money for their prom.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced this week that her office would be clearing tens of thousands of old cannabis convictions.
Michael Fesser was awarded $600,000 from the West Linn Police Department after they unlawfully surveilled him in retaliation for a workplace complaint.
Former PNC Employee Awarded $2.4 Million Settlement After Bank Failed To Protect Her From White Male Customer
Damara Scott says that PNC Bank failed to protect her from a white male customer who had a history of harassing Black women employees.
Sen. Kamala Harris may have William Barr stuttering once again. She's asking that the Attorney General testify before Congress about his intervention in Roger Stone's sentencing.
On Tuesday "The View" cohost Sunny Hostin made it abundantly clear why she finds the prosecutorial record of Amy Klobuchar problematic.
OU communications professor Peter Gade is apologizing after using the N-word during a discussion on technological advances in the field of journalism.
A judge could demand that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp reveal his methodology for purging 700,000 names from state rolls between 2016 and 2018.
Texas police officer Carmen DeCruz was arrested on Monday after being charged with manslaughter in the death of 28-year-old Michael Dean.
The office of Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. says that they are once again looking into the assassination of Malcolm X in light of a new Netflix docuseries.
On Tuesday California Gov. Gavin Newsom used his executive power to remove a 67-year-old criminal conviction from the record of Bayard Rustin.
Toy company Mattel is extending its Barbie brand to include doll offerings with more shades, disabilities, and, of course, style.