When they say they don't have too much power and don't act with impunity, will you still believe them?
Cate Young organized a day of remembrance to demand justice for Taylor, who was fatally shot by Louisville police.
Trump cheered the decline in unemployment, but Black women actually didn't see any improvements.
Trump vows to restore "law and order" amid civil unrest, as Nixon did 52 years ago. But the problems aren't the same.
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Playdates? Camp? The beach? Weighing risks in the summer of COVID-19.
The long and short of it: Nope, no, absolutely not.
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Chris Montana, owner of the first Black-owned microdistillery in the U.S., shares his hopes for the future.
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Claims that "defunding the police" will harm women ignore dire problems in policing gender-based crimes today.
The Facebook CEO's refusal to remove one of President Trump's most egregious posts led to outrage.
But views about policing remain divided along partisan and racial lines, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Trump defended Brees's remarks on the national anthem protests, even after Brees apologized.
It was the 13th straight year of decline for the Southern Baptist Convention, America's largest Protestant denomination.
False and misleading stories have life-and-death consequences. Here are the tools to fight them.
Corky Messner of New Hampshire also warned against political correctness.
Freshwater diversion projects that divide environmentalists are intended to save the coast but may imperil dolphins.
James “Stew” Steward wrote that he didn't believe "a good person of color" had ever been killed by an officer.
Viral video shows the man violently yanking the child's arm on a park trail linking Washington, D.C., and suburban MD.