By Joshua Barajas
The St. Anthony officer, identified as Jeronimo Yanez, shot Castile after stopping the 32-year-old for a broken tail light on July 6 in the town of Falcon Heights, Minnesota.
By Monnica Williams
The calls and emails started coming in: “Dr. Williams, are you available for commentary? Have you seen the recent shooting?” Another unarmed black man has been killed by law enforcement. Another life is snuffed out. One more human being who…
By Corinne Segal
Recent police killings in the U.S. have inspired protests throughout the country and around the world.
By News Desk
The PBS NewsHour Weekend special "America in Black and Blue" explores the tensions between America’s diverse communities and their local police forces.
By PBS NewsHour
Newshour Weekend special correspondent Chris Bury reports on new efforts in the Twin Cities of Minnesota to change how and when police interact with residents. In almost an opposite theory to what’s been called “Broken Windows” policing, there is an…
In our news wrap Thursday, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told a House panel he was worried that expected protests at the upcoming Republican and Democratic conventions will get out of hand. He said 3,000 department personnel have been assigned.
By Kenya Downs
As protests draw attention to killings of African-Americans, advocates are demanding more coverage of violent policing in Latino communities.
By Denise Cummins
Two decades of scientific investigations suggest a nuanced answer.
By Daniel Moritz-Rabson
Hundreds gathered in New York City on Sunday to march against police violence following the killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, as other protests occurred across the country.
Personal stories, analyses and other commentary from this week following multiple killings.
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