The Associated Press is reporting that Homeland Security Security Kirstjen Nielsen has drafted an executive action that would end the Trump administration’s policy of separating migrant families caught crossing the border.
On the first-year anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., history is set to repeat itself, with hundreds of people expected to gather in the nation’s capital for a White Civil Rights rally.
America tried everything to keep the migrants out. Men and women were arrested at the border. Children were separated from parents. People got thrown in jail for violating random rules that nobody knew or understood. Kids went missing and the white nationalist president blamed his political opponents and the victims…
On Tuesday, as Juneteenth—the holiday marking the end of slavery—was observed, the City Council of Charleston, S.C., decided to adopt a resolution apologizing for the city’s role in the slave trade.
A black Virginia family are alleging their daughter is the victim of a hate crime after a white man called her the n-word and hit her with his truck, dragging her as he sped away.
Details are still emerging, but what is known now is the following:
A Clio, Mich., activist woke up Tuesday morning to find his vehicle horribly vandalized.
This is dedicated to my real ones.
A black woman in Maryland is facing hate crime charges after police say she declared her hate for “white people” before attacking two white passengers on board a moving bus in Gaithersburg.
So apparently, police in North Carolina did not arrest, shoot, throw to the ground, choke or lay one (trigger-happy) finger on a woman who broke a window—at an airport; that’s right, an airport—because she was upset that her flight was canceled.
In what has arguably been one of Donald Trump’s weirdest (and whitest) moves, the president took the stage before the National Federation of Independent Business in Washington, D.C., made a speech, and once he was done bumping his gums, proceeded to hug the U.S. flag using the same hugging technique he reserves for…
Richmond, Va., has gotten rid of the city’s only school named after a Confederate leader (sorta), and has renamed the building for the nation’s first black president.
For the Trump administration, the bottom appears to be nonexistent. On the same day that Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen gave an abhorrently insensitive defense of the Trump administration’s insistence on separating immigrant children from their loved ones at the U.S. border, U.S. Attorney…
President Mein Führer von SpankDat is excluded from the “most hated in the White House” game because he would win every time. Before Monday’s press conference with Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on the youth internment camps—which used to be big-box department stores or warehouses before…
A former Ohio sheriff who allegedly made himself rich after pocketing almost $100,000 in bribes from drug dealers and others while in office has been indicted on several federal charges.
As attention turns toward the government-created humanitarian crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, immigration officials are slowly encroaching into other parts of American life.
After using census reports and cherry-picked facts, a resident of Cobb County, Ga., recently surpassed the record held by Roseanne Barr and Rachel Dolezal on the Becky-ometer, a scientific tool used to measure the caucasity of white women.
The childhood home where famed singer and civil rights icon Nina Simone was born has suffered through failed restoration attempts over the years and currently sits in terrible shape, complete with crumbling ceilings and sagging floorboards.
Meek Mill is seeking justice, and his city is behind him. Fans gathered in droves Monday outside the Juanita Kidd Stout Center for Criminal Justice in Philadelphia, where Judge Genece Brinkley heard arguments about granting the 31-year-old rapper a new trial on gun- and drug-related charges he faced when he was 19.
When a barista at a Philadelphia Starbucks infamously called the cops on two black men sitting there minding their own business, the incident revealed how one employee’s racism could sully the reputation of an entire business. But just because Holly Hylton called 911 doesn’t mean Starbucks is racist or in bed with the…