The GOP presidential front-runner’s recent tweet about crime and race was partially wrong, so journalists fact-checked him about how murder in the United States is racially segregated across the board.
The enormity of the coverage given the terrorist attacks, and the subsequent discussion about whether to accept and embrace Syrian refugees, prompted debate over how much was driven by race and ethnicity.
The FBI director said that due to increased scrutiny, police officers are falling back from their duties and that that has led to an increase in violent crime in some cities. The White House disagrees.
Some argue the death of the heralded broadcaster and first woman to lead the National Association of Black Journalists sheds light on the struggling news industry and what it can and cannot offer its veteran workers.