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A long line of demonstrators stood outside the Durham sheriffs office to take responsibility for the vandalism.
Confederate monuments, white nationalist rallies present potential flash points, and cities want to avoid the chaos and violence they saw last weekend.
A 22-year-old woman was charged with participation in a riot with property damaging exceeding $1,500 and inciting others to riot, the sheriff said.
While some white residents have long called for police reforms, advocates say their numbers have grown.
When famous men get into trouble, some fans allow a sense of shared identity and suffering to override the facts.
Miosotis Familia is remembered as ‘a brave officer.’
New Orleans mayor sworn in as president of national municipal group, pledges resistance.
How the structural racism Cosby once insisted had nothing to do with black life in America explains why some black Americans just won't believe the sexual assault allegations against him are true.
The District settled a lawsuit that argued U.S. citizens were unfairly blocked from a program that aims to boost college attendance.