Let’s make telling the truth great again.
Stop-and-frisk has not been going “incredibly well” in New York City, as Trump says—or in any other city.
If automated vehicles can change and save so many lives, we should talk seriously about how they can protect black lives.
There is still no catastrophic crime wave overtaking the U.S., but the situation in Chicago cannot be ignored.
The city is making this a more complicated ordeal than it needs to be.
California’s climate change bill has reduced overall greenhouse gas emissions, but not air pollution in black and Latino neighborhoods.
Forbes implores those who’ve made millions off of hip hop to invest back in the borough it was born in.
The new guidelines are a step in the right direction, but black leisure consumers may not wait around for the company to make things right.
The Republican candidate is cribbing from the early 20th-century white supremacist and eugenicist Madison Grant.
Governor Paul LePage believes black and Latino drug dealers are polluting the white state of Maine.
A lawsuit filed by a group of environmental organizations tracking lead’s effects says no.
In July, a court found a good, secure solution for voters without access to photo ID. Now it’s been taken away.
At its milestone centennial, the National Park Service wrestles with how to diversify its visitors and workforce.
The New Orleans Bounce music legend has been caught in the crosshairs of the city’s complicated housing policies.
The department has been using technology developed for Iraq war operations on the city since January, and failed to tell the public.
Donald Trump is playing on well-worn Republican suspicions that data just don’t bear out. His suggestions are racist and dangerous, say experts.
Governor Terry McAuliffe just made it possible for 13,000 former felons to vote. Will they actually be able to?
A new study shows how the high early death and incarceration rates of African Americans skew election outcomes.