Jacob Blake was paralyzed from the waist down after a police officer shot him in the back seven times in Kenosha, Wisconsin. This is his story.
A long-time tri-state area police officer talks candidly about the pressures of his job and why he's open to the idea of reform.
The Storm's new rings reference WNBA players' efforts to spotlight Breonna Taylor and the "Say Her Name" campaign throughout the 2020 season.
WNBA star and ESPN commentator Chiney Ogwumike told Insider about "144," her new ESPN doc on the 2020 WNBA season and players' social justice efforts.
The high-school teacher was placed on administrative leave within days of the Zoom class being posted online.
The Atlanta Civil Service Board ruled that the police department failed to follow correct protocols when it dismissed Rolfe for shooting Brooks.
Brandon Mitchell said he had not attended any police-brutality protests, but a photo showed him at a police-accountability rally last year.
"I'm optimistic about the country's capacity to take on real issues," Bush said on a podcast. "And there is a real issue in police accountability."
The Chicago Police Department had been instituting a foot-pursuit policy when Toledo and Alvarez died.
"He's a lovely guy. He's respectful, all the time," said his mother. She said police in Alameda, California, "broke my family for no reason."
The DOJ had this plan in place in case Chauvin was found not guilty of murder in George Floyd's death, per the Star Tribune. This case is ongoing.
The US has spent over $15.4 billion on the militarization of police. How did local police acquire these military weapons, and why do they need them?
The cops could be seen in a video laughing while watching bodycam footage of the arrest. They're accused of injuring the woman, who has dementia.
Deputies were trying to arrest Brown on felony drug charges when he was killed on Wednesday, officials said.
I live every day with the knowledge that my story could become George Floyd's family's story. It gnaws at my spirit in even the most banal of moments.
After Black Lives Matter emerged, GOP lawmakers from Minnesota and Indiana introduced bills to bar convicted protestors from receiving government aid.
Derek Chauvin was convicted. But Minnesota's been a hub of police violence. Victims' families channel their grief to call for reform.