The New York Times' report on Donald Trump's taxes prompted comparisons of the president to Al Capone, who was arrested, charged with, found guilty of and convicted for tax evasion.

Civil rights groups condemned Trump for nominating Amy Coney Barrett to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg even though voting has already begun in the 2020 election.

Donald Trump was expected to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court, but will she "be a female Antonin Scalia"? That won't be good for Black folks.

Charles Barkley proudly announced decades ago that he is "not a role model" and the NBA legend backed up that claim and then some when he made disparaging remarks about Breonna Taylor's killing.

Twitter trolls are disingenuously using Reginald Denny to defend drivers who decide to drive through protests.

Death row inmate Christopher Vialva was executed, making him the first Black person to be executed by the Trump administration and the first man in 70 years to be executed for crimes committed as a teenager.

An old song has been given new life after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron defended a grand jury's decision to bring charges that have nothing to do with the actual police killing of Breonna Taylor.

Ben Crump said Breonna Taylor's family is "offended" at the weak charge for one ex-cop and that they're "trying to figure out what did the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron present to the grand jury."

Protests erupted across the U.S. after a weak indictment or wanton endangerment in the police shooting of Breonna Taylor. The anger and frustration spilled over into the streets of various cities, turning violent at times.

A bill introduced by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis would all but provide an incentive to inflict harm on Black Lives Matter protesters, critics say.