04/17, 4:44 PM EST– The Tulsa Sheriff’s Office cannot locate the paperwork which shows Bates was authorized to carry a firearm.
04/17, 3:49 PM EST– A tribute to black history finally gets its own tribute.
04/17, 3:12 PM EST– In the epithet-filled recording, two white girls from Grapevine, Tex., are heard rapping about killing black, Mexican and Asian people.
04/17, 12:27 PM EST– Enough is enough and “no” means no.
04/17, 9:55 AM EST– Some of Friday’s big stories
04/16, 4:12 PM EST– Celebrating the self-described “queer Chicana Korean feminist and Broncos fan” who was killed in her Atlanta home on Monday.
04/16, 1:40 PM EST– The self-described “Korean Louis C.K.” is back with a second season of her absurd comedy, “Hey Yun: The Web Series.”
04/16, 12:42 PM EST– The teen actress shows her stuff in a video she made called “Don’t Cash Crop on My Cornrows.”
04/16, 9:54 AM EST– Some of today’s big headlines
04/15, 2:07 PM EST– In other words, pursue acting at your own peril.
04/15, 1:42 PM EST– The primetime power player wants the press to question antiquated thinking, not human diversity.
04/15, 12:36 PM EST– Is it enough?
04/15, 9:47 AM EST– Some of the today’s big stories
04/14, 11:17 AM EST– One self-described redneck’s video is getting plenty of responses about white supremacy.
04/14, 9:55 AM EST– Some of Tuesday’s big headlines
04/13, 4:58 PM EST– Robert Bates, a volunteer deputy, shot and killed Eric Harris on April 2.
04/13, 10:00 AM EST– Some of Monday’s big stories
04/10, 5:34 PM EST– In far too many stories about Walter Scott—the black 50-year-old killed by white North Charleston, S.C., officer Michael Slager—we can’t see his face. Here is Richard Péan’s rendering of Scott—and cop who shot him in the back
04/10, 5:17 PM EST– And it’s far from the only state with stark racial disparities in school discipline rates.
04/10, 1:57 PM EST– His droves of fans still hope it happens.