Race Matters

Mississippi man D'Monterrio Gibson said he was making deliveries in Brookhaven while wearing his FedEx uniform when a white man in a pickup truck began following him and honking his horn and another fired shots into his vehicle.

The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday indefinitely suspended Mark and Patricia McCloskeys' licenses after Missouri’s chief disciplinary counsel petitioned the court to do so. But later, the court stayed their suspensions and placed them on probation for a year instead.

Amid a racial discrimination lawsuit against the NFL, civil rights leaders met with commissioner Roger Goodell to demand change to the league's pro-diversity policy that has failed.

Xavierian Brothers, a mostly white Catholic high school in suburban Boston, not only chose to serve fried chicken for its Black History Month but administrators also placed the blame squarely on the shoulders of an African American cafeteria worker.

While the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to decide whether race-based affirmative action should persist, legacy admissions—essentially “affirmative action” for wealthy and white students that's excluded students of color and low-income students for decades—remain untouched.

Senior Judge Michael L. Karpf issued a seven-page order for Wilson’s case to be rescheduled according to the usual procedures of the local court.

Pam “P” Moses, of Memphis, Tennessee, was sentenced to six years in prison Monday after she was convicted in November for registering to vote while ineligible to do so.

Laquan McDonald's grandmother said Jason Van Dyke would still be in prison for murdering her Black teenage grandson if the former Chicago cop wasn't white. Van Dyke was released Thursday after serving less than half his sentence.

The Masked Singer producers thought it was a good idea to have Rudy Giuliani on the show like he didn't try to make democracy a victim of actual cancel culture. Judges Ken Jeong and Robin Thicke walked off the stage in protest.

Black candidates running in either party don't automatically translate to improvement or advancement for Black people as a whole.

Paulk's offer of a reward comes after Johnson's parents recently expressed their displeasure with his findings in the case.

"If I run and if I win, we will treat those people from January 6 fairly. We will treat them fairly," Donald Trump said during a rally in Texas. "And if it requires pardons, we will give them pardons. Because they are being treated so unfairly."