Giving out parking tickets in New York does not usually inspire goodwill. If anything, it inspires a steady stream of insults from angry drivers. So several years ago, Elizabeth Brondolo, a psychologist at St. John's University, came to counsel the
Wednesday afternoon, a beloved member of the Falcon Heights community, Philando Castile was murdered in cold blood by a cop too afraid of his own shadow to allow a legal gun owner to provide his ID.
Is all out civil war and widening unrest coming to America? There's good reason to think that it could be.
(Warning: This video contains graphic footage) New video has emerged of Baton Rouge police officers shooting Alton Sterling Tuesday. The FBI has opened an investigation into the shooting. Vladimir Duthiers has more.
Republican Party official in Iowa admits that Donald Trump doesn't act much like a Christian, but she's willing to overlook those concerns because he shares her bigoted view of Latino immigrants.
The referendum has exposed the elite's contempt for the plebs.
"WE MUST ALL REMAIN VIGILANT"
The Anti-PC Muhammad Ali
No Australian government has signed a treaty with its indigenous population. But now in the state of Victoria, the premier sees a treaty as a way to enhance Aboriginals' well-being and self-determination.
Thirty-one years ago today, one of the most blatant acts of terrorism was carried out on American soil against American citizens by an American police department.
A Southern Civil Rights activist - supporting the rights of the South - was protested Monday by the KKK in downtown Jacksonville.
In Tel Aviv's Yitzhak Rabin Square on Tuesday evening, thousands of Israelis rallied in support of Elor Azarya, the soldier filmed executing a gravely wounded Palestinian last month.
A Culture of Impunity in Full View of the Entire World
Microsoft's newly launched A.I.-powered bot called Tay, which was responding to tweets and chats on GroupMe and Kik, has already been shut down due to concerns with its inability to recognize when it was making offensive or racist statements.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), one of the three remaining candidates for the Republican presidential nomination, is unveiling his national security team today, and Bloomberg View columnist Eli Lake was able to preview some of its members for his readers th
Not that any credence should be placed in the Holocaust-TM, but imagine a museum exhibit in a major American city honoring Adolf Hitler.
U.S. Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad says she was asked to remove her hijab by a SXSW staffer for an ID photo. Video provided by Newsy Newslook
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Donald Trump "appeals to racism."
When it comes to saving for retirement, Hispanics have a lot of catching up to do. According to data from the Economic Policy Institute, only 26% of Hispanic families had savings in a retirement plan like a 401(k) or IRA, in 2013. Meanwhile, 65% of
"We think that the most important thing we can do is to lead by example, to treat others as we would have them treat us, and I hope that it is reciprocal."
One of the most outrageous and well publicized lynching in the history of the United States took place nearly seven decades ago on July 25, 1946 when two African American couples were brutally killed by a white mob in Monroe, Georgia.
'It is needed more than ever' producer LeVar Burton says
Confidence in race relations in America continues to fall, with hopes for the future at their lowest level yet.
A Minnesota police officer is on leave as officials investigate a Facebook post urging drivers to run over Black Lives Matter protesters.
Exclusive interview with Minister Louis Farrakhan
The demagogic exaggeration of the "terrorist threat," which was the centerpiece of the last Republican debates, is easily deflated with just a moment's thought.
A routine municipal ceremony has become seeped in controversy after a Brooklyn Civil Court judge was sworn in using a Koran.
All that racist nonsense Donald Trump is pulling on you is the same thing he was doing to Mexicans in America a few months back
A Muslim family in Plano, Texas fear that they may have been targeted with a hate crime after rocks smashed through their windows at least two times in the last week.