A march was not permitted by police, but protesters took to the streets anyway, building a wall out of barricades and setting it on fire.
"They're getting away with rape," the accuser's attorney said.
How many African Americans have had to face this scenario — and how many have not survived it?
"We need to end all forms of racism in this country -- from Donald Trump down to the local police department," the presidential candidate told the hip-hop star.
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback sparked a nationwide movement when he sat — and later knelt — during the national anthem at an NFL game.
The legislation, which would raise the standard for police use of force, was announced on the anniversary of Michael Brown's death.
"All of you, be very afraid," Vicki Timpa warned Friday. "I don’t drive to Dallas; I don’t go to Dallas; I would never live in Dallas. They will hunt you down."
Russian police violently arrested protesters who want opposition candidates to be allowed to run for city council.
The board found that officers exaggerated the threat 17-year-old Laquan McDonald posed to justify Jason Van Dyke shooting the black teen 16 times.
The "How to Get Away With Murder" actor is imploring entertainers to fight for equality with his new initiative, BLD PWR.
The mayor and presidential hopeful came under heavy scrutiny this month after a South Bend, Indiana, police officer shot and killed 54-year-old Eric Logan.
Logan's family sued the city of South Bend, led by Mayor Pete Buttigieg, as well as Sgt. Ryan O'Neill, the officer who killed the 54-year-old black father.
In a diverse and crowded Democratic race, candidates are bringing their records of managing — or mismanaging — cases of police brutality with them.
The South Bend mayor and presidential candidate issued the reminder in response to calls for transparency about the fatal police shooting of Eric Logan.
Court documents reveal that another officer filed an internal complaint in 2008 accusing South Bend Police Sgt. Ryan O’Neil of making derogatory remarks.
“It’s like putting some lemon juice on an open wound. It’s just hurting us even more,” Dravon Ames said.
"I'm going to shoot you in your face," a Phoenix officer shouts at a couple in front of their two children.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate said America's policing system was "broken" and laid out his plan to fix it during a Fox News town hall.