Muhammad Ali's son and his ex-wife, Khalilah Camacho-Ali headed to Washington, D.C. Thursday for a forum with lawmakers and discussed ending racial profiling and President Donald Trump's muslim ban.
The letter reflected on how President Obama’s daughters have gracefully come into their own over the past eight years and it provided advice on how to adjust to life after living in the White House.
They wanted simply to return two items. But store employees questioned whether they really bought the pricey merchandise.
Two White officers in Long Island, N.Y., allegedly laughed when Ronald Lanier identified himself as a former law enforcement official.
The former North Charleston, South Carolina, police officer who was charged with the murder of Walter Scott—a 50-year-old Black man who was fatally shot during a traffic stop—has asked that the state court move his murder trial out of Charleston.
Supreme Court justice Manuel Mendez says Macy's abused a state law statue that allows retailers to temporarily detain and fine said persons. The state law was created to prevent teens who were detained for allegedly shoplifting from racking up criminal records.
Plus, Ben Carson officially drops out of the presidential race and a gym employee calls the cops on Seahawks player Kam Chancellor.
About a dozen Black NYPD officers filed a lawsuit against their department claiming they were pressured to implement racism in their practices.
Six men and a woman were accused of producing and distributing nearly 10,800 “2 Ride” passes in violation of policy for Tulsa City Transit. The workers, however, were simply doing as they were told by supervisors, their lawyer says.
Ben Carson dismissed the fact that Black men and women are being disproportionately targeted by police, saying he needed more "evidence" that profiling exists in law enforcement.