Michael Brown video: Prosecutor calls filmmaker's claims 'just stupid'

Video that a filmmaker says shows Michael Brown in a Ferguson, Missouri, store engaging in a purported drug exchange hours before he was killed is nothing more than a "poorly edited snippet," the prosecutor who investigated the case said Monday.

O.J. Simpson could be released as early as October

O.J. Simpson could get out of prison later this year, if a pivotal parole hearing goes his way.

International Women's Day: What you need to know

International Women's Day is set to take place on Wednesday, March 8, an annual marker that aims to bring attention to women's accomplishments and obstacles.

Study: Blacks more likely to be wrongfully convicted

All Marvin Anderson ever wanted to be was a firefighter. Instead, at 18 years old, he was wrongfully convicted of rape, sodomy, abduction and robbery.

Attorneys: travel ban fight is 'a marathon' with no end in sight

In the days after President Donald Trump's first travel ban was introduced on January 27, clients streamed into Neha Vyas' Seattle law office. Some just wanted to hear a reassuring voice. She was a lawyer, counselor and therapist all in ...

NAACP announces new national board members

The NAACP announced the six newest members to its 64-member National Board of Directors.

Andrew Young talks MLK legacy, Trump's White House

It’s forever a burning question, particularly as many African-Americans soul search, reminisce and speculate during Black History Month.

Muhammad Ali's son says he was detained at airport because he's Muslim

The son of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali said he was detained by immigration officials at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport because he's a Muslim.

African-American gun club says membership surged in Trump era

More African-Americans appear to be taking an active interest in their right to bear arms since the election of President Donald Trump, gun club leaders and firearm sellers say.

Trayvon Martin's death sparked a movement that lives on five years later

Five years ago, the world learned of Trayvon Martin and how he died.

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 ...