This week a MoveOn.org petition began circulating for the purpose of prosecuting Speaker of the House John A. Boehner for willfully breaking a federal law when he knowingly violated the 216 year-old Logan Act.
Black New York City police officers admitted they are regularly racially profiled by white officers and worse
Scarborough's version of the story bared no resemblance to the truth, but that is precisely what one expects from "Fox News lite" (MSNBC).
The latest "blame Obama" crusade is reaction to the President's request for funding to train and outfit racist cops with body cameras.
Thousands of protesters in 170 American cities participated in rallies and marches Tuesday night to not only show their solidarity with Ferguson protesters, but to also display their outrage at the racial injustice apparent in the nation's broken legal system.
In an eye-opening piece run by the New York Times late Friday evening, federal government officials close to the Justice Department's investigation of Michael Brown's death state that the evidence they've seen so far does not support a civil rights charge against Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Demonstrators were escorted by police out of an open St. Louis County Council meeting on Tuesday night after a woman verbally expressed support for Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9th.
Ferguson protesters were greeted with taunts and insults from St. Louis Cardinals fans while demonstrating at Busch Stadium Tuesday. In one instance, a fan gave the demonstrators a Nazi salute.
Protesters made a powerful statement Saturday night when they showed up at the St. Louis Symphony and sang what is being described as a 'Requiem for Mike Brown' at the end of an intermission.
What began as a peaceful candlelight vigil to remember a teenager who was viciously shot down Saturday by a police officer turned into a night of rioting and looting.
President Obama spoke today at Xavier University in New Orleans to mark the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. While much of his speech was rightly dedicated to the rebirth rebuilding, and revival of New Orleans, Obama took a shot at the Bush administration, "I am proud that my FEMA Director, Craig Fugate, has 25 years of experience in disaster management in Florida." Et tu, Brownie?