Voters need to care whether Obama or Romney is making lifetime appointments to the high court.
A report on exonerations reveals troubling trends, especially in rape cases.
Prosecutors face many hurdles to prove the second-degree-murder charge in the Trayvon Martin case.
Trayvon Martin's shooter is not the only one to invoke self-defense under a "Stand your ground" law.
Lost in the furor over pardoned convicts: the truth about who received mercy and who didn't.
Some black conservatives still believe he can bring more African Americans over to the GOP.
As the opera heads to Broadway as a musical, debate goes on: Is it a relic or still relevant?
It divided many within black media circles and focused attention on capital punishment. Now what?
The Supreme Court has declined to review his racially tainted case. Now it may be up to Rick Perry.
Over time, blacks have become more sympathetic to Palestinians, but they won't express their views loudly -- despite President Obama's plunge into the Middle East conflict.