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We never thought we'd say it but It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is paving the way for how to deal with social issues leading into 2017.
There is just a little too much credence given to the supposed power of "outsiders." Outsiders were said to be the cause
More questions:​ History of the United States: What are some lesser-known facts about historical racial violence in America
The image of a bulletproof black man is one that America needs now more than ever.
As the self-proclaimed law-and-order candidate, Trump on Tuesday spoke about the slaughter of the five officers in Dallas and the wounding of seven others.
Guilt, discomfort and grief will not solve the problem alone. We cannot depend on empathy to save Black Lives. Rather, we must embrace our discomfort and act.
A shocking act of racial violence brings Harold Pinter's "The Room" to an abrupt close.
Just as the progress of the first Reconstruction was followed by decades of retrenchment and reversal, many of the formidable threats millions of poor children and families -- of all races, but especially children of color -- face today are very dangerous steps backwards.
Authorities don't know yet whether the attacks were racially or religiously motivated.
This part of Texas has a long, complicated relationship with race.
Healing the long-term, collective race-based wounds to the psyches and emotions of Americans will not be an easy or expeditious task. But it MUST be done if we are to have the type of healthy, strong and united nation needed to survive an otherwise volatile and unpredictable world.
President Barack Obama remained silent this morning on the riots that devoured Baltimore last night and led to more than 200 arrests as he stayed focus on a formal state visit by the Japanese Prime Minister. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3059336/Obama-silent-Baltimore-riots-city-erupts-chaos-funeral-Freddie-Gray.html#ixzz3Ycn4iDBo Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Riots erupted in the city Monday afternoon following the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. Amtrak's Acela, for a premium
It was back to the edit room to update yet again a video that is heartbreakingly more relevant than ever. We can only pray that it will never need another revision. Sadly, we're pretty damn sure it will.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani urged Mayor Bill de Blasio to apologize to the New York Police Department for "[creating] the impression" that he sided with protesters over law enforcement during recent protests over the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police officers.
NYPD commissioner says tensions between police, de Blasio will probably go on for a while
Facing heat from the police union, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio stood by his comments earlier this week that his biracial son needs to take special precautions around cops.