Gov. Larry Hogan granted posthumous pardons to 34 victims of lynching. His office said he was the first governor to do so.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson plumbed new depths with his criticism of the media coverage of Derek Chauvin’s trial.
The Oakland Police Department, with help from the FBI, is investigating both displays as possible hate crimes.
The Equal Justice Initiative documented racial terror lynchings during the post-emancipation Reconstruction era, from 1865 to 1876.
Sen. Cory Booker made an emotional plea for the Kentucky Republican to yield his objections.
The pioneering Black journalist is revered for her reporting that exposed lynching as a white tool of political terror against Black people.
The bill, which was named after Till, comes 120 years after Congress first considered anti-lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated.
"The impeachment inquiry is not a lynching. Don't believe me? Ask your Klan-ass dad."
Several other Democrats also used the term in reference to the former president's impeachment in 1998.
The Senate majority leader offered mild disapproval of the president's offensive attack on the impeachment process.
"The story here is not the word, it’s the conduct of the Democrats in the House,” the South Carolina senator said.
"I’ve been comfortable just calling it a 'witch hunt' and a 'kangaroo court' and things like that,” the former House speaker said on Tuesday's episode.
President Donald Trump compared the impeachment inquiry to a lynching, and it didn’t sit well with Democrats.
The House Democrat delivered a scathing rebuke of the president's claim that impeachment proceedings are tantamount to a lynching.
The president also suggested that Democrats are carrying out the investigation “without due process or fairness or any legal rights.”
A tweet aimed at Qasim Rashid, a Muslim lawyer running for a seat in Virginia's state Senate, amounts to a felony, prosecutors say.
An HBO documentary about Bryan Stevenson sounds an urgent call to examine the nation's past, from slavery to lynching.
When conservative Christians would rather see LGBTQ people lynched than their rights protected, we have a serious problem.
The Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver said he's worried that this means queer Americans could be granted more rights under federal law.