A young white police officer in suburban Dallas is under investigation after a Black woman accused him of brutalizing her teenage daughter for "simply walking home" in Forney, Texas.

A video shows Travis Moya, a handcuffed Black man, suffering gruesome injuries after having a police dog sicced on him during a mental health crisis in Alpharetta, Georgia. His lawyers said they plan to sue.

The details surrounding NFL star Richard Sherman's arrest early Wednesday morning near Seattle are indeed disturbing, but not as disturbing as they could be since he is still alive to tell about it.

Black children are not killed because police fail to recognize them as children. They are killed because they are Black. 

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced his office filed felony charges against the officers charged with killing Manuel Ellis, a Black man whose March death while in Tacoma Police custody was ruled a homicide.

With the one-year mark since George Floyd's murder, here's what's changed on the national police reform front -- and what hasn't -- since that fateful Memorial Day in Minneapolis.

Ma'Khia Bryant's family seeks to preserve their fond memories of her against the noise of social media commentators.

A white driver attacked a Minnesota cop with his car and a hammer and lived to tell about it four days after Daunte Wright, who is Black, was gunned down during a traffic stop for having too many air fresheners in his car.

A new cultural exhibition titled, "On Protest and Mourning" aims to help Black people process their trauma and features six installations centering and affirming Black life. 

Beating Luther Hall, a Black detective, isn’t egregious enough to find white officers guilty of police brutality, according to one jury in St. Louis.

A 2020 year-end report on police violence by Campaign Zero found that Black people accounted for 27 percent of killings by police even though they only make up 13 percent of the population.

The anniversary of Rodney King's beating drew attention to how the culture of police brutality in Los Angeles, in particular, has seemingly gone unchecked since the horrific video went viral in 1991.