A mural of a Black woman who was killed by police in Louisville, Kentucky, will be painted in a historically Black neighborhood in Annapolis, Maryland.
Black-owned businesses are enjoying a surge in support amid the national reckoning on racism sparked by George Floyd’s killing in Minneapolis.
The Ohio capital named for Christopher Columbus removed a large statue of him outside its city hall on Wednesday, taking down what the mayor described as a symbol of divisiveness and oppression.
In what’s considered the first systematic look at the question, a team of economists determined that only one of 13 cities involved in the earliest wave of protests after Memorial Day had an increase that would fit the pattern.
Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney on Wednesday ordered the immediate removal of all Confederate statues in the city.
A sheriff in north Florida says he will deputize "every lawful gun owner" in his county if protests turn violent.
The social media giant announced the ban on June 30.
Fred Smoller and Dr. Michael Moodian are speaking out after the late actor's son came to his defense.
Those tensions, though, flared two weeks ago during a golf-cart parade for President Donald Trump's birthday in which a man shouted, “White Power,” when confronted by anti-Trump protesters. A video clip of that confrontation in America’s largest retirement community was tweeted approvingly by Trump last weekend and then taken down.
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy announced Thursday that beginning in August the service will no longer include soldiers' photos when soldiers are being considered for promotion.
The ride will reportedly be set in 1966 New Orleans and will join Princess Tiana and Louis on a musical adventure, featuring music from the film.
House Democrats approved a far-reaching police overhaul Thursday, a vote heavy with emotion and symbolism as a divided Congress struggles to address the global outcry over the deaths of George Floyd and other Black Americans.
Each was accused of violating standards of conduct, criticism and use of inappropriate jokes and slurs.
Their official website has a message across the top that reads: "We want to meet this moment."
A grand jury has returned indictments of the three suspects in the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery.
A bill requiring the Florida Department of Education to develop standards and curriculum to teach students about the Holocaust, anti-Semitism, and Black history was signed into law by Gov. Ron DeSantis this week.
Hundreds of troops with the Washington, D.C., National Guard have mobilized to protect monuments in the nation's capital, a senior U.S. defense official told Fox News on Wednesday.
The name of the tree can't officially be changed, without approval from Congress, or the director of the National Park Service.
A Republican policing bill hit a roadblock Wednesday as Senate Democrats voted against it as inadequate, leaving the parties to decide whether to negotiate a compromise or walk away despite public outcry over the killings of Black Americans.
The group, which had swelled in size to about 100 by 11 p.m., banged on pots and pans, blared their car horns, held signs reading Black Lives Matter and used projectors to light up the words "Dismantle white supremacy" and "Shut it down."