The post office has long been one of those “good government” jobs with solid pay and benefits, creating greater economic opportunity for Black workers. But the trusted employer has been skimming off the top of people's checks.

A secret panel made up of seven investigators will determine if officers are targeting Black motorists in the state.

Three U.S. lawmakers penned a letter asking the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to investigate Ma'Khia's time as a ward of the state under the jurisdiction of Franklin County Children Services.

Mikayla's supporters plan to march to Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan's office on May 21 to call for her resignation and to pressure law enforcement to turn the case over to the FBI.

A Florida State's Attorney found no wrongdoing relating to a disturbing viral video which showed an elementary school principal paddling a six-year-old child.

Video of the disturbing event circulated on social media shows Melissa Carter, head of Central Elementary School in Clewiston, bending a child over and hitting her with a wooden paddle on April 13.

Kendrick Johnson's harrowing death remains an open wound for his family eight years later, but they desperately hope new leads can give them the answers they've been searching for.

On Tuesday federal safety regulators announced Bryant's pilot, Ara Zobayan, violated federal rules and grew disoriented while flying in the fog, leading up to the fatal Jan. 2020 crash.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced on Monday that 12 cops involved in the case have been "taken off the street," following the resignation of Chicago's top attorney.

Anjanette Young plans to donate the proceeds from her GoFundMe to social justice efforts through her church.

The City Council Progressive Caucus and the Chicago Aldermanic Black Caucus are urging for a probe and hearings examining the Feb. 2019 incident.

Jonathan Smith of the Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs will lead the initiative.