With signs reading "Black Lives Matter" and "Who do you protect? Who do you serve," thousands of protestors marched in Washington, D.C. Saturday, demanding legislative action against police violence toward unarmed black men.
Protests by NBA players - without any penalty - reflects the power and influence wielded by today's professional basketball stars. NBA chief Adam Silver declined to fine players for clothing contract violations.
The arbitrator's ruling supports the Nov. 18 punishment levied by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for the child-abuse case that kept Adrian Peterson benched this season. Peterson won't be considered for reinstatement before April 15
The New York City police union have a new waiver that each police officer can request that Mayor de Blasio and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito cannot attend their funeral should they be killed in the line of duty
The storm that pummeled northern California with heavy rain and high winds and killed two people moved south late on Thursday and into Friday, prompting evacuation orders in areas prone to floods and mud flows.
The Arizona Court of Appeals on Thursday leveled harsh criticism against prosecutors over their failure to turn over evidence during Debra Jean Milke's trial about a detective with a long history of misconduct and lying.
The Congressional Black Associates and other groups organized the event to show support for protests around the country sparked by the deaths of Eric Garner and 18-year-old Michael Brown, both unarmed black men killed by police officers.
In the series of private emails, producer Scott Rudin and Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal disparaged 'Unbroken' director Angelina Jolie and made jokes about President Obama's race and presumed taste in movies.