This story is horrifyingly wild AF.
This story is horrifyingly wild AF.
In an effort to repair trust between Texas citizens and law enforcement, all high school students in the state must take a class and watch a 16-minute training video that guides them on how to behave during a traffic stop.
Before we get going here, I’d like to be very, very clear: I’m in no way clowning Lil’Jordan Humphrey by calling his name (his first name) the Blackest Name Ever. In fact, I find this to be a compliment and culturally significant. We’ll get back to that.
A black Texas family simply wanted to campaign for the man looking to unseat the constipated Grandpa Munster, Rafael Edward “Ted” Cruz, but claim they were harassed by a belligerent white man who was belligerent white-manning.
Turns out that the president of the United States, old white men who wear pants with elastic waist bands and rabid NFL fans aren’t the only ones concerned with who stands during the national anthem.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, the grown-up Eddie Munster, thinks that challenger Rep. Beto O’Rourke was wrong to rush to judgment when he criticized the shooting of Botham Jean, the 26-year-old black man who was shot dead in his own home by a Dallas police officer.
In a devastating blow to the apparel giant’s bottom line, two organizations comprised of people who never wore Nikes anyway, announced a ban on employees wearing Nikes because they love the flag, the troops, the national anthem and everything America has to offer except for the First Amendment of the Constitution.…
After two days of deliberations, jurors found Roy Oliver, the ex-Balch Springs, Texas cop who shot and killed Jordan Edwards, an unarmed 15-year-old boy, guilty of murder on Tuesday afternoon.
Perhaps not coincidentally during a #NationalPrisonStrike2018, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice on Friday voted to drastically slash the cost of calls from prison inmates by more than 75 percent, a boon to the cash-strapped black and brown communities that feed the prison industrial complex.
One of the favorites for best BMX bike trick in the 2019 X Games suffered a severe setback to his chances at a gold medal when a 68-year-old woman shot him as he masturbated on a bicycle after trying to break into her house.
Last week we brought you the story of Khalil Cavil, a server at a Texas steakhouse who received no tip and had a racist note scrawled across the bill totaling $108.73 that was allegedly left by the customer.
Earlier this year, the remains of 95 people were found just outside Houston at a construction site for a new school. After analyzing the remains, archaeologists announced on Monday that newly discovered bones belonged to former enslaved African American who were still forced to work on plantations post-emancipation.
Updated: Monday, July 17, 2018; 3:53 EDT: When I wrote this piece, I was not aware that, according to court records, Chris Young sexually assaulted a woman in front of her three children at gun point the morning before the murder.
When 28-year-old Dante Petty moved to Grapevine, Texas, with his young daughter in June 2017, he says they immediately began to have issues with his white neighbor who lived in the apartment beneath them.
On Thursday, first lady Melania Trump made a surprise trip to see firsthand a border detention facility where children were being held after being separated from their parents.
A Bexar County, Texas, sheriff’s deputy is being accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a 4-year-old girl while threatening the girl’s mother with deportation in order to get her to stay quiet about the abuse, authorities revealed Sunday.
A Texas woman and ex-offender who received a harsh five-year jail sentence for voting illegally will not get a new trial, a judge decided Monday.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) was hoping to visit with those being held in an immigration detention center in Texas; instead he was barred from entering and had the police called on him, and the whole encounter was recorded and posted to Facebook on Sunday.
Today in white bros doing racist shit, a furious customer at a Texas Jack in the Box restaurant was caught on video threatening to send a female employee “back to Mexico” because she declined to accept his coupon for a free burger.
On Monday afternoon, Michelle Lee called police in Houston to report that her 13-year-old son, Zavion Parker, had not returned home from school after she received threatening messages on her phone coming from his cellphone.