The U.S. government had produced "snippets of information from various sources, out of context, to weave together a narrative of terrorist ideation," a Florida judge said Friday, ordering the release of Marcus Dwayne Robertson, an Orlando-based I
NBC is dumping Donald Trump.
President Obama on Friday delivered an impassioned call for America to confront gun violence and racism during his eulogy of Rev. Clementa Pinckney, one of nine victims of a massacre at an African-American church.
This article was first published on July 2, 2014. I want to look at two words that the State and its hangers-on have employed with much success on behalf of increases in government power. One is racism. The other is equality.
I want to look at two words that the State and its hangers-on have employed with much success on behalf of increases in government power. One is racism. The other is equality.
"The Confederate flag should come down because it is embarrassing to all Americans," writes columnist Ta-Nehisi Coates
Roof named Charleston as his target in hate-filled manifesto that referred to blacks as 'stupid and violent' and detailed his wish for every Jew to turn BLUE
SC Church Shooter Took Psych Drugs Before Attack
Half a century ago this summer, the Voting Rights Act was passed, propelled by Bloody Sunday at Selma Bridge. The previous summer, the Civil Rights Act became law on July 2.
NYPD Can't Hire African Americans Because "So Many Of Them Have Spent Time In Jail," Commissioner Says
Unconscious bias is a prevalent factor driving culture, causing us all to make assumptions based on our own upbringings and influences.
A Kentucky sheriff speaking on the record went public this week with a statement that showed how far this country has gone into racial confusion.
Americans are bracing for a summer of racial disturbances around the country, such as those that have wracked Baltimore, with African Americans and whites deeply divided about why the urban violence has occurred, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News po
Following two weeks week of growing anger over the death of Freddie Gray which led to violent riots in Baltimore, and peaceful protests from New York and Philadelphia all the way to the West Coast, yesterday the state's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby char
Marches in New York, Boston, Ferguson and Washington, while authorities in Baltimore back down after holding people for days without charge
Ben Swann and RT: Positive Coverage on Baltimore Protests
The nation's largest mass transit system has voted to ban all political advertising on its subways and buses after a judge ruled that a pro-Israel group was allowed to display an advertisement containing the phrase "Hamas Killing Jews" on New York Ci
Two weeks ago Starbucks was forced to abandon a widely ridiculed campaign to promote discussion of race in America by writing "Race Together" on coffee cups.
It happened in St. Louis
I could have titled this piece: "What government fears: the black entrepreneur." But the situation is much wider than that--
The University of Texas at Austin's Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity -- commonly referred to as Fiji – attracted attention from UT students and others after hosting a "border patrol" themed party Feb. 7. Guests reportedly arrived wearing sombrero
Muhammad explained the central role that black farmers had played during the civil rights movement, coordinating campaigns for desegregation and voting rights as well as providing food, housing, and safe haven for other organizers. With his resolute
Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of Malcolm X's assassination ahead of a speech at Harlem's Audubon Ballroom in 1965. Hundreds of people, including his relatives, politicians and activists are expected to honor the civil rights leader
Almost one year after being accused of slapping a mentally disabled African-American man at a flea market and yelling "run, n-gger, run," a former Mississippi judge has been indicted by a grand jury for simple assault,....
In the summer of 2011, James Craig Anderson, an African-American man, was the victim of one of the most brutal murders one could imagine. It was all caught on security cameras in a parking lot in Jackson, Mississippi.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg argued guns need to be kept out of the hands of minorities in order to keep them alive. While speaking at the Aspen Institute, Mr. Bloomberg, 72, said 95% of murders fall into a specific category:
New York's schools are the most segregated in the nation, and the state needs remedies right away.
On Martin Luther King Day, 2015, how stand race relations in America?