An Amherst church community has filed a complaint with the Amherst Police after a sign in front of the church was vandalized sometime Wednesday.
The New York State Attorney General's Office is investigating the Buffalo Police Department for its actions inside public housing and at…
A U.S. district judge ruled Thursday that Black Lives Matter is a social movement and, therefore, can't be sued.
Demonstrators in St. Louis are turning to economic protests to prompt police reform after the acquittal of a police officer who killed a black man.
Ferguson, Missouri, will settle the lawsuit over Michael Brown's shooting death for $1.5 million and will pay the court fees for Brown's family.
Roughly 2,000 protesters marched in St. Paul, Minnesota, after the officer who fatally shot Philando Castile was acquitted.
A Louisiana officer filed a lawsuit over an alleged injury sustained during a 2016 protest after the fatal police shooting of Alton Sterling.
LeBron James' home in Los Angeles was reportedly spray-painted with a racial slur, but police say the suspect may have been caught on video.
The NAACP has reportedly decided not to renew President Cornell William Brooks' contract when it expires in June.
The Department of Justice requested a 30-day hold on a consent decree overhauling Baltimore's police department.
According to documents obtained by The Guardian, the NYPD regularly sent undercover officers to monitor, follow and film BLM activists.
Peter Nicks explains how the film changed with the emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement and two new scandals that rocked the department.