Jason Whitlock said, "Not everyone has to have a vote" and bemoaned the women's suffrage movement during a Turning Point USA event.

A Wall Street Journal reporter was wrongfully handcuffed and detained by Phoenix police while he was conducting street interviews.


Phoenix Police Officer Christian "Rico Blaze" Goggans is under investigation.


41-year-old Black woman Diane Craig was found unconscious on a bus in Phoenix, Arizona. She had been strangled, and she died from her injuries after being rushed to the hospital. Since then, Phoenix police have been on the lookout for one man, 26-year-old  Joshua Bagley.

Race Matters

Tracey Kay McKee is a registered Republican in Arizona who has been vocal about the widespread voter fraud that cost Donald Trump his re-election. She was found guilty of using her dead mother's ballot to cast a vote and was sentenced to probation while Black women like Crystal Mason and Pam Moses got years in prison.

Good News

Phoenix Suns players Jalen Smith and Cam Johnson recently volunteered to provide underserved families with hot meals.

After a brief hiatus following her short-lived tenure as Teen Vogue's editor-in-chief, McCammond picked up her mantle as a political journalist reporting for NBC News and later returning to Axios.

The Department of Justice's newly announced investigation of Phoenix and its police department never specifically mentions the years-long allegations of racism leveled against both by its Black residents, a glaring omission. We have receipts.

A popular movie chain is being sued for racially profiling a Black man who its staff called police on after falsely accusing him of sneaking into a theater nearly two years ago in Arizona.


Grand Canyon University professor Toby Jennings was placed on administrative leave after saying that Black Lives Matter members should be hung.

It's been seven years since Bengie Lynn Tyson was last seen in Billings, Montana driving a blue 1999 Chevrolet Silverado truck that is also still missing.

Boys who go to neighborhood barbershops in the Mobile and Pritchard, Alabama area are getting more than a haircut. They’re also discovering books they can relate to, with characters that look like them.