More than 2 million people have signed a petition urging Aurora authorities to thoroughly investigate the case.
Brett Hankison was terminated from the force on Tuesday. He has ten days to appeal the decision.
The House Speaker had a few thoughts about Trump's underwhelming support in Tulsa.
Seattle-Based Karen Breaks Into Theatrics Once The Man She Allegedly Calls The N-Word Starts Recording
Karlos Dillard claims the woman he calls a "Karen" cut him off and used a racial slur before he confronted her in front of her apartment.
Amaria Jones is one of more than 100 people who were shot in The Windy City over the weekend.
Charles Booker has been alive about as long as Mitch McConnell has been in office. The Kentucky House Representative says its high time for change.
A new Dateline special explores the wrongful convictions of brothers Malcolm Scott and Corey Atchison, who together served nearly 50 years in prison.
Juneteenth has been celebrated in the United States since 1865, but Trump claims nobody knew about it until now.
Officer Devin Brosnan has been charged for his involvement in the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks.
Tempers flared between Reps. Cedric Richmond and Matt Gaetz at a House hearing on the Democrat-backed Justice in Policing Act.
Virginia State Sen. Jennifer McClellan has announced her bid to become the first Black woman governor of the Commonwealth and this country.
In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal and on a call with governors, Vice President Mike Pence continued to push factually inaccurate information about the coronavirus.
Na’kia Crawford: $50,000 Reward Offered For Information In Shooting Death Of Recent High School Graduate
Akron authorities hope the reward will assist in putting Crawford's killers behind bars.
Aunt Jemima is going away this fall. Quaker Oats announced that the name and likeness of the caricature steeped in racism will be replaced.
Aaron Glee, Jr., has been charged with kidnapping and murder in connection to the death of the 19-year-old activist.
The now-viral moment sent Twitter into a frenzy.
Civil rights leaders are said to be outraged by the decision.
The former First Lady, Kerry Washington, Tracee Ellis Ross and Janelle Monáe are all expected to make an appearance.
The 19-year-old will be remembered for her passion, caring spirit, and activism.