Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax could be the next governor if Ralph Northam does step down, but now the second-in-command is facing accusations of sexual assault.
Michael Ertel, Florida's recently appointed Secretary of State, abruptly resigned after photos of him wearing blackface, mocking Katrina victims surfaced.
James Harris Jackson, 30, pleaded guilty to New York State charges of murder as terrorism and murder as a hate crime.
Two white women have decided to leave the University of Oklahoma after being involved in a racist, Blackface video that went viral.
Camille Sturdivant is seeking unspecified damages after allegedly facing cruel, racial discrimination while performing with her high school's dance team.
A Spring Hill, Florida, McDonald's employee is out of a job after repeatedly hurling racial slurs at a Black customer.
Bradley Watkins, 36, is facing two counts of aggravated assault after chasing a group of children in his car while wielding a gun and yelling racial slurs.
N'Senga Kinzonzi was left shaken after another student shared a photo of her with the caption, "A wild n--ger has appeared, we mush [sic] lynch her."
Vandals drew swastikas and wrote racial slurs on a White North Carolina family's car because their teen daughter was dating a Black boy.
The bully was allowed back into school after a short suspension.
Dylan Reynolds and Micahel Walters are being held at Ouachita Correction Center after yelling racial slurs at a Black woman and damaging her vehicle.
EMT Alex McNabb, using the alias Dr. Narcan, also spoke of terrorizing a young Black child who had to have blood drawn with a needle on a white supremacist podcast.
The student, who was identified as Julian von Abele, said that his comments were "part of a broader debate and series of events" that weren't contextualized in the video.
The unidentified student could be heard screaming at Black undergrads declaring, "White people are the best thing that ever happened to the world."
Even as the Black teens pointed out that the man had flashed a gun at them, McDonald's staff still tried to kick them out of the restaurant.
Leavenworth County, Kan. Commissioner Louis Klemp made a reference to the "master race," now officials, including Gov. Jeff Colyer, want him to resign.
Clayton Hickey is out of a job after he wore a Confederate flag t-shirt, complete with a noose, to his Mississippi polling station.
Members of the Brookwood High School's marching band spelled out the word "coon" using instrument covers.
Esperanza Menendez captured footage of the two young men, their faces and arms painted black, with Confederate flags draped around them.