"A measure of justice isn't the same as equal justice," the vice president said after a jury convicted the former Minneapolis police officer of murdering George Floyd.
The speaker of the House of Representatives made the widely criticized comment soon after a jury convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin of murdering Floyd.
A man announcing a high school playoff game was angry when players from one of the teams kneeled during the national anthem.
By refusing to certify the Electoral College results, these GOP lawmakers were denying the voices of Black voters who turned out heavily for Joe Biden.
Kenneth Walker told CBS's Gayle King that he found out his girlfriend died in the police shooting when he watched the news while he was wrongly detained.
"It's amazing why we keep loving this country, and this country does not love us back," the NBA coach said in August of Black people in the U.S.
“We can’t talk about it later, we can’t ignore it.” The singer shares how she talked to her kids about racial injustice.
The reports add to concern that the attorney general is politicizing the Justice Department amid Trump's efforts to cast himself as a "law and order" president.
Porche Bennet said she was supposed to read a list of demands from her organization, Black Lives Activists Kenosha, but she spoke from her heart instead.
Wisconsin's governor has asked the president to stay away following demonstrations over the police shooting of the 29-year-old Black man.