Emboldened by recent upheavals at the University of Missouri, hundreds of Ithaca College students staged a walkout Wednesday to demand the resignation of President Tom Rochon, who they claim has not responded adequately to incidents of racism on campus.
From the time of the American Revolution until the present, African-Americans have contributed to every war and major conflict that the U.S. military has had
This morning, students will head to classes as they have always done. The football team will take to the field to prep for their game against Brigham Young University next weekend.
People in the Auburn-Gresham neighborhood have become used to the shootings that plagued much of Chicago's south side for decades.
As the saga at the University of Missouri continues with the resignation of its president over racial issues on the campus, the school is doing everything it can polish its image.
Several University of Missouri organizations, including the football team and the student association, saw their demand met Monday when university system President Tim Wolfe announced he was stepping down amid a controversy over race relations at the school's main campus.
A 9-year-old boy shot and killed in a Chicago alley on Monday was the intended target of a gang-related shooting, Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said Thursday.
President Barack Obama traveled to Newark, N.J., this week to highlight the re-entry process of formerly incarcerated individuals.
The National Black Church Initiative is calling for the creation of a $25 million fund to help combat police brutality in the African-American community.
President Barack Obama announced last week that U.S. troops were on their way to Syria.
A 9-year-old boy was shot and killed Monday in Chicago, and police say it isn’t clear whether the child was targeted or was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
It seems like each week there is a new tragedy that reaches communities all across the U.S.
A 9-year-old boy was shot and killed Monday in Chicago and police say it isn't clear whether the child was targeted or was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Several Supreme Court justices appeared sympathetic on Monday to claims from a death row inmate that new racially-charged evidence indicating prosecutors...
The White House and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took turns lambasting each others' records on criminal justice Monday, as President Barack Obama traveled to Christie's state to promote new initiatives to rehabilitate former prison inmates.