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They tried to break the Internet in 2014

Thank you Kim Kardashian.


4 mothers share pain of losing sons

Their sons -- Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice and Eric Garner -- have become symbols of a raging national conversation about police brutality and racial injustice.

Opinion: On race and cops, where's Clinton?

Barack Obama never really had a chance when dealing with issues of race in America. From the moment he ran for office, critics questioned whether he was "black enough" or an "angry black man."

As the first African-American president of the United Stat...

'I can't breathe:' LeBron isn't shy about speaking up

LeBron James rakes in tens of millions of dollars in endorsement deals, but unlike past endorsement champs like Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods he's willing to wade into controversy.

Case in point: James donned a t-shirt that said "I can't breathe" on ...

Deray McKesson

Why Ferguson touched a raw, national nerve

The rage echoing across the nation after a grand jury's conclusion in Ferguson, Missouri, goes far beyond the decision not to indict white police Officer Darren Wilson in the death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.

Protesters have blocked bridges a...

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Obama's balancing act on race

President Barack Obama -- who once famously declared "there is not a black America and a white America" -- is again feeling his way through a volatile debate over race that offers fresh evidence of the nation's enduring divisions.

Marissa Alexander enters courtroom Monday to accept a plea agreement with a three-year
minimum mandatory segment, all but 65 days of which has already been served.

Marissa Alexander agrees to plea deal

The woman at the center of a closely watched case on issues of self-defense, violence against women and minimum sentences for gun crimes agrees to plead guilty to three counts of aggravated assault. Under the agreement, she'll get out of jail in 65 days.

April shooting death ruled justifiable

The State Attorney's Office has decided a homeowner was justified when shooting and killing a man he said was trying to break into his Northside home earlier this year.

Evidence, Court Documents


The George Zimmerman Trial On Twitter