The state of Florida has decided to remove financial stipulations for the restoration of voting rights to the formerly incarcerated.
Willie Nash was taken into custody and strip-searched at a county jail. He's now serving 12 years in jail for having his cell phone with him.
Captain Javier Ortiz is alleged to have changed his race to obtain a promotion. The formerly white officer claims he has a newfound identity.
A Washington Post-Ipsos survey of voters shows that the majority of Black Americans disapprove of the country's current state of affairs.
The FBI arrested three white extremists on Thursday just days before they were to attend a gun control rally in Virginia's capital.
U.S. Virgin Islands AG Denise N. George alleges in a new suit that the former financier used the islands for his "expansive scheme of human trafficking and sexual abuse."
St. Gertrude High School says disciplinary action has been taken against a student who donned a brown face mask in a Snapchat and captioned it with the N-word.
Congresswoman Val Demings and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries are said to have been tapped because of their comfort level in the courtroom.
John Kirby Kelley was arrested in connection to a swatting ring he participated in that intended to stoke fears among Black churchgoers.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner claims that the city, local police and others conspired against her in a new civil rights lawsuit.
In a 2018 meeting between the two Democratic hopefuls, Elizabeth Warren claims Bernie Sanders said a woman could not win the White House.
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The longtime civil rights attorney was among the leaders who helped desegregate lunch counters in North Carolina.
Nearly half of African-Americans surveyed in a new Washington Post-Ipsos poll said they support the former vice-president as the nominee.
Tashonna Ward, 25, complained of shortness of breath before checking in to an emergency room in Milwaukee. Hours later she was dead.