The DOJ's scathing report about discriminatory law enforcement tactics that have long plagued Louisville police came days before the three-year date since cops killed Breonna Taylor.
On Thursday, five members of a white supremacist gang in Alaska were sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
A Georgia man pleaded guilty to a federal hate crime and a firearms violation.
AG Merrick Garland announced that the department was realigning its stance to ensure that prosecutors are “treating like cases alike.”
There is a new plan to stem hate crimes' rise.
The DOJ released plans for election integrity amid concerns about intimidation.
Robert Lashley, who pleaded guilty to brutally beating a Black man because of his race in an attack that involved an ax, faces 10 years in prison.
The Congressional Bipartisan HBCU Caucus sent a letter pressing AG Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray to act on Black college bomb threats.
Several Republican-led states are facing similar challenges from the Department of Justice.
Despite countless incidents in the intervening 30 years, police accountability continues to be sidelined in favor of unchecked funding increases.
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