An African-American man in suburban San Diego was shot and killed by police on Tuesday. His sister, who had called officers for help when he began acting erratically, described him as mentally ill.
A federal policy that has not worked is being forced on my grandkids. I, a white liberal from the North, once favored it. They, black students at a public high school in Mississippi, now don’t.
One street in Atlanta shows why American race relations are so fraught – and the steps toward how they might be made whole.
Trump has taken anti-wonkiness to new levels, and his high level of support echoes populist sentiment of yesteryear and follows a decades-long slide in trust in traditional institutions.
Several US states said that new records have been set for registration activity.
Instead of arresting a man pulled over for speeding, a Ohio highway patrol officer took pity on his situation and drove him to Detroit to be with family.
Using social media, Ford employees fought back against Trump's remarks during the presidential debate, when he criticized the company's investment in Mexico.
The US Justice Department is handing out $20 million in grant money to 106 state, city, municipal, and tribal police departments hoping to implement or expand body camera programs.
As California's wildfire season becomes longer and deadlier, more homes are still being built in the state's areas most prone to fires.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pitched himself as the 'law and order' candidate during Monday night's presidential debate, saying that had secured endorsements from 'almost every police group.'