Former First Lady Barbara Bush dies at 92

Former First Lady Barbara Bush, wife of 41st President George H.W. Bush and mother of 43rd President George W. Bush, has died, a spokesman for the family said Tuesday.

Sitting While Black? Crowds protest arrest of 2 Black men sitting in Starbucks

Starbucks sells itself as a community gathering spot as much as a coffeehouse, a welcoming place with comfortable chairs for lingering, trendy music and Wi-Fi.

Police investigate arrest of two black men at Philadelphia Starbucks

Starbucks issued an apology after a video of two black men getting arrested inside a Philadelphia location went viral.

April Ryan 'angry' about death threats

White House correspondent April Ryan says she’s received death threats from the public since asking press secretary Sarah Sanders at the White House press briefing on Tuesday if President Donald Trump has ever “thought about stepping down.”

Cosby attorney goes after Andrea Constand in calculated opening

Prior to defense opening arguments in the retrial of comedian Bill Cosby, famed attorney Tom Mesereau was billed as a smooth, peerless, courtroom professional.

Civil rights attorney, Benjamin Crump discusses Stephon Clark case

Following the recent police-involved shooting death of young father Stephon Clark, his family has retained the legal services of nationally active civil rights attorney Ben Crump.

Before the start of Cosby's sexual assault trial, at least one juror says he's guilty

Attorneys representing Bill Cosby are trying to convince Judge Steven O’Neill to dismiss a newly-minted juror, because he proclaimed that the comedian is guilty.

Black Stoneman Douglas High School students say activism lacks diversity

A survivor of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting joined the Rev. Al Sharpton on Saturday to announce a June rally in front of President Donald Trump’s Manhattan apartment to protest gun violence eased by access to assault weapons.

A Dr. King legacy still worthy of emulation

Inevitability was one of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s favorite words, and it would roll from his lips laced with his typical eloquence.

Fallout continues of Stephon Clark shooting

As the national fallout over the police shooting of Black unarmed 22-year-old Stephon Clark continues, more information is surfacing about the killing that took place in Sacramento, Calif.

MLK50: 'Moutaintop' speech remembrance summons crowd for reflection, action

As the days of our lives mesh into a reel of memories that can become challenging to recall as the volume of them increases, some days standout and we know at the time that they always will.

Commentary: A day that will live in infamy, the death of Martin Luther King Jr.

April 4, 1968, is a day that will live in infamy. Most Americans can recall...

African-American millennials more likely to use free agent option to advance their careers

The concept of freedom is not lost on anyone who spends time thinking about their range of options, but for African American millennials in the workplace.

Autopsy confirms Stephon Clark was shot in the back

The eight bullets that struck unarmed Stephon Clark hit him in the back or side, and none came from the front, clearly refuting the contention by police that Stephon was moving toward them when they gunned him down.

Cosby jury being picked amid anti-sexual misconduct movement

Jury selection is set to get underway in Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial in a cultural landscape changed by the #MeToo movement, posing new challenges for both the defense and the prosecution.