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The Massachusetts senator highlighted an ugly but important truth about racism and class in the United States.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police wants to continue the war on drugs and opposes police de-militarization.
To catch them is my real test. To avoid being arrested is my cause.
Bad news for black and brown people in America.
But he was one of the few lucky enough to survive.
Welcome to your Republican Party of 2016.
The petition claims Black Lives Matter is responsible for violence in Ferguson, Baltimore and "at a Bernie Sanders rally."
Donald Trump's Muslim ban is now just a ban on people from certain countries and territories.
It was a tragic day for France — and a field day for racists and Islamophobes on Twitter.
It's unclear whether Gingrich's Islamophobia makes him a more or less appealing vice presidential candidate to Donald Trump.
The president, once again, toes the line in conversation about race.
The 19-year-old was unarmed and driving his truck when California Highway Patrol officers opened fire.
The rally came after video showed police officers killing two black men.
Some have even suggested it's a shoo-in for the Pulitzer Prize.
We do ourselves no favors by blaming Thursday's tragedy on a war that, statistically, does not exist.
Black people are being killed by police at staggering rates. Meanwhile, 2015 was one of the safest years on record for officers.
Black people are 45% of Baton Rouge's population, but 100% of people killed by police since the start of 2015.
Ben H. Winters won praise for his bravery because he is white and his new novel, 'Underground Airlines,' is about black people.
A businessman visitor from the United Arab Emirates was detained by police in Avon, Ohio, and accused of belonging to ISIS.
Michael Jordan owes the popularity of his Air Jordan line in part to staying silent on political issues.
There are plenty of issues facing people of color in the U.S. education system that have nothing to do with Affirmative Action.
The Congressman's outburst perfectly captures the insanity of America's ongoing gun control debate.
Howard Sparber, 69, fired 33 shots at the home of a woman who refused his sexual advances in The Villages, Florida.
Catherine Hanaway thinks Missouri's problem is black people protesting in Ferguson and at Mizzou.