PHILADELPHIA -- Bernie Sanders delegates walked off the convention hall floor Tuesday night after Hillary Clinton formally received the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, an embarrassing turn of events for Clinton as she seeks to unify the party.
Cleveland residents are holding their breath as normal city life is about to become anything but. The Republican convention is about to start and getting anywhere downtown is going to be a nightmare. Local police, backed by 3000 Homeland Security…
By Michael D. Regan
Police in the city of Rochester in upstate New York arrested 74 people during a demonstration of the Black Lives Matter movement on Friday.
On the heels of nationwide protests against police violence, the Bahamas issued a travel advisory on Friday for its citizens visiting the U.S.
By Jill Colvin and Russell Contreras, Associated Press
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — In one of the presidential campaign year's more grisly spectacles, demonstrators at a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, injuring several, and toppled trash cans and…
By Vanessa Dennis and Laura Santhanam
How far is the University of Missouri from meeting the student protesters' demands of 10-percent black faculty? We looked at the black faculty data in all Southeastern Conference schools.
By PBS NewsHour
Police critically wounded an 18-year-old black man overnight in Ferguson, Missouri, where mostly peaceful protests marked the anniversary of the killing of Michael Brown. Authorities say Tyrone Harris Jr. and others shot at officers, who in turn shot back, wounding…
By PBS NewsHour
In Baltimore, 25-year-old Freddie Gray's videotaped arrest and death has exposed a crisis long in the making. In the poor, high-crime neighborhood where Gray lived -- and others like it in the city -- a history of mass arrests and…
By Elisabeth Ponsot
At least five people were killed in Niger during protests against the French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo on Saturday, authorities said, raising the two-day death toll in the violent demonstrations in the country's capital to ten.
By Elisabeth Ponsot and Carey Reed
Over one million people poured into the streets of Paris on Sunday in a march to honor the victims of three days of violence which began with the massacre of 12 people at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday.
Support Provided By: Learn more