Trump administration may be planning to use the National Guard for immigration detainment

The Trump administration may be considering a proposal to mobilize as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to detain unauthorized immigrants in 11 states, according to a draft memo obtained by The Associated Press.

Farrakhan: America will never be great again

For those who thought that because of the anti-Islamic atmosphere present in America the 83-year-old head of the Nation of Islam, the Hon. Minister Louis Farrakhan, would temper his remarks during his keynote address before thousands at the Joe Louis ...

Protests break out after off-duty LAPD officer fires gun in scuffle with teens

Protests broke out Wednesday night in Anaheim, California, after an off-duty Los Angeles police officer fired his gun during a confrontation with a teenager.

Defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby dismissed

A federal judge in Massachusetts dismissed a defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby by Katherine McKee, an actress who claimed he raped her in 1974, according to court documents.

Businesses rally in support of #ADayWithoutImmigrants

Restaurants and other businesses across the country are closing their doors Thursday in support of a "Day Without Immigrants," a national grassroots movement seeking to protest President Trump's immigration reforms and highlight the contributions of the immigrant community in the ...

AT&T workers fight against outsourcing and offshoring

AT&T workers aren’t backing down from their desire to have their company end outsourcing and offshoring.

Immigrant hysteria, fear, organizing, protection

Fear and loathing coat the streets of New York City after President Donald Trump’s immigration crackdown, as immigrants dodge U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials demanding status and detaining people.

A resurgence of white nationalism': Hate groups spiked in 2016

Across the country, flyers are showing up on college campuses.

Democrats, advocates question ICE raids after hundreds of arrests

Immigrant rights activists and Democrats are raising concerns this weekend about recent immigration enforcement actions -- though immigration officials maintain that only routine actions targeting criminals were underway.

Report: Racial wealth gap fueled by public policy

A new report indicates that even when individuals in racial groups go to college, have full-time jobs and are from two-parent homes, racism remains prevalent.

Petition: Wal-Mart CEO and others must speak out against Trump

An online petition is urging corporate CEOs and business leaders who are “dangerously silent” to speak out against President Donald Trump.

Blacks will account for nearly 18 percent of U.S. population by 2060

Each year, the Census Bureau recognizes Black History Month by releasing up-to-date statistics that reveal the total Black population, the number of Black-owned businesses and even how many African-American military members are serving the country.

OneUnited Bank and #BlackLivesMatter launch the 'Amir' debit card

Black-owned OneUnited Bank and #BlackLivesMatter launched the the "Amir" Visa Debit card card during Black History Month.

Woman who falsely accused Emmett Till will avoid prosecution

He’s been dead for more than 60 years. Buried with Emmett Till was the truth to what led to brutal murder in 1955. But the latest development in the case is not going well the Till’s relatives in Chicago, the ...

Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' to appear in New York federal court

Mexico's most notorious drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is set to appear in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, Friday morning.