White football fans and Black football fans hold very different views about the relationship between football and national pride, according to two University of Florida researchers.
The Nashville church where a gunman killed one and wounded six others on Sunday held a prayer vigil Monday night, as the city absorbs the shock of the attack.
Living conditions in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico are growing worse by the day, with tired, bewildered people lining up to buy scarce fuel and food amid a blackout and little to no telephone service.
Chris Hayes of MSNBC and Jamelle Bouie of Slate joined the Texas Tribune for a community forum on race and justice.
The calamity of Hurricane Maria could not have come at a worse time for Puerto Rico. The U.S. island territory buckled under the weight of $70 billion in debt and filed for bankruptcy protection in May.
Despite evidence showing an acute lack of opportunity for many young people of color, many accept that their fates rise and fall based on their own effort and self-determination.
High schoolers, new drivers and police officers are all set to receive training in how to act during police interactions under a new state law that went into effect this month.
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello said Maria was the "most devastating storm to hit the island this century, if not in modern history."
Rescue teams in Mexico worked Thursday to reach those still trapped among the dozens of buildings that fell during a massive earthquake that has killed more than 230 people.
In the wake of a 7.1 magnitude earthquake that devastated Mexico, support is needed now more than ever.