Authorities allege that social media was used to encourage looting in Chicago's downtown area after a 20-year-old was shot by police.
Witnesses say Garrett Foster did not want trouble. He simply wanted to protest injustice.
New Poll Shows Protests Triggered By Death Of George Floyd Are Swaying Public Opinion On Racial Inequity
The majority of American voters now believe that America has a race problem.
"Do not get lost in a sea of despair. Be hopeful, be optimistic." —John Lewis
Berkeley wants to re-imagine policing and make traffic stops the responsibility of a newly formed department.
Amy Cooper will have her day in court for filing a false police report on bird-watcher Christian Cooper after he asked her to leash her dog.
As racial tensions continue to rise, a group of Black men from Sleep Is for the Rich Gun Club are vowing to protect Black women.
More than a year after a Maryland judge ruled to overturn a jury decision, Korryn Gaines's family receives a victory.
Danish authorities say Phillip Mbuji Johansen's homicide has nothing to do with race.
Decision To Remove Confederate Emblem From State Flag Brings Range Of Emotions For Black Mississippians
For years, Black Mississippians have protested for the removal of the Confederate emblem from its flag. On Sunday their shouts were met with change.
Jordy Yanes Martel now faces two felony counts of official misconduct and four counts of misdemeanor battery.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is giving Fifth Avenue a timely update.
The Madison, Wisconsin teen says she wants people moved by her story to focus on supporting Black lives.
A collective of mothers is putting pressure on the Senate to ensure voters are able to exercise their civic right in a safe manner.
In addition to being terminated, the men could face criminal charges pending an investigation.
Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan Jr. will remain in jail as they await trial.
The California Senator is expressing frustration over what she calls a "hollow" attempt at police reform.
The House Speaker had a few thoughts about Trump's underwhelming support in Tulsa.
A new Dateline special explores the wrongful convictions of brothers Malcolm Scott and Corey Atchison, who together served nearly 50 years in prison.