Nashville, Tenn., detectives are investigating an incident after a New York City police officer allegedly broke into a family’s home while he was in the Music City vacationing.
It seemed like the “alt-right” got the memo that spewing hateful rhetoric and inciting violence like we saw last year in Charlottesville, Va., only further marginalizes them. The few neo-Nazis, white nationalists and sympathizers who were present at the Unite the Right 2 March were completely dwarfed and drowned out…
Updated: Sunday, August 12, 2018, 6:06 p.m. EDT: Reports from Lafayette Square show a very underwhelming crowd.
A federal judge has ruled that the Memphis Police Department’s 2-year undercover operation violated a 1978 agreement against spying on protesters.
It turns out, it was the Arkansas cop who didn’t belong in the city (and really, at his job) all along. England, Ark. police officer Michael Moore was fired from his job on Wednesday after telling a group of black men that “you don’t belong in my city,” late last month.
Updated Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at 1:32 p.m. EDT: Police have arrested a Boston man who was caught on video aggressively confronting a black female motorcyclist in “his” neighborhood.
Dozens of protesters gathered outside of an East Flatbush nail salon in Brooklyn, N.Y., demanding that the business be closed after viral video spread of employees, who are Asian, attacking a black woman with the handle of a broomstick or a mop and even spraying what appears to be acetone nail polish remover
Boston is the latest city that is facing resegregation in its school system, an issue that many education advocates and experts say can intensify stark racial and economic divisions in the city.
Proving Donald Trump’s constant criticism of the news media isn’t at all dangerous, a Trump supporter called a live national television show and threatened to make America great again with the attempted murder of two CNN journalists.
A white FDNY firefighter hurled a racist and sexist insult at an EMT while emergency medical services were attempting to bring power back to Starrett City residents last Sunday.
It was a Friday night in Washington D.C., and what was the so-called leader of the free world doing? Staying up past his bedtime to catch up on his favorite hobby: racist hate-tweeting.
A video of a white man dragging an unconscious man off a train has prompted a police investigation although they have not yet determined if the man has committed a crime.
Paul Manafort’s accountant testified Friday that the ex-Trump campaign manager repeatedly denied having foreign bank accounts and stakes in foreign companies.
Once, for a writing prompt, I was asked to describe how it felt to be white.
A revamped take of the iconic film, First Wives Club, is heading to television next year, and if the casting thus far is any indication, you might want to start sending calendar invites for those girls’ nights now.
Oumou Kanoute was just trying to catch a break—a lunch break to be precise. A rising sophomore at Smith College, Kanoute has been working on the campus this summer as a residential adviser and teaching assistant. On Tuesday, Kanoute was in a campus common room of the women’s college quietly reading and eating her…
Updated Wednesday, Aug. 1, 5:30 p.m. EST:
Facebook has taken down dozens of Facebook and Instagram accounts it says were part of an effort to sow disinformation and manipulate social media users ahead of the 2018 midterms.
Imagine being so rich that you could buy anything. Although they don’t own a single Gucci belt, this weekend, the billionaire conservative Koch brothers gathered their likeminded cohorts together in a publicly secret retreat to announce their plans to keep America’s education system on layaway and purchase our entire…
The blockbuster success of Black Panther, set in the fictional African country of Wakanda, must have shown Hollywood executives something.