While the NRA was silent, the verdict — and the release of a police video — drew outrage and fear among black gun owners.
The "SNL" star gets real about her hair, her trolls, her comedy, and her future as she prepares for one of her biggest jobs yet: hosting the 2017 BET Awards.
The most prominent Native American in the world talks about what it means for Trump to treat the entire country like a reservation — and writing a memoir about a great woman who was not a great mother.
For generations, poor, black residents of Canton, Mississippi have lived under siege from a heavy-handed sheriff's department.
Donald Trump's election and presidency has inspired the biggest outpouring of liberal activism in more than a decade. But Black Lives Matter seems less visible than a year ago.
This "between the scenes" segment where Noah talks candidly about his own experience with policing in America is way more moving than any official "Daily Show" bit we've seen in a long while.
Investigating deep-rooted ideals in Jamaica.
The Brooklyn neighborhood persevered after 9/11. Can it survive in the age of Trump?
Though Chinese restaurants are now an American staple, during the late 1800s and early 1900s, some Americans staged a multipronged effort to shut them down.
St. Anthony, Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez has been found not guilty of all counts in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile.
In 2012, 18-year-old Ramarley Graham became yet another black man killed by police. An unusually revealing look at what happened next.
Last week, a new version of the rainbow gay pride flag flew over Philadelphia to kick off gay pride month. Above the traditional top red stripe were new brown and black ones.
Castigating artistic engagement with another culture is a secular version of charging blasphemy.
Eugenics was "perverted" by the Nazis, according to Oxford Dictionaries and by extension, Google.
What do we get from our parents? An inheritance always comes with a tax.
Taking down Confederate monuments helps confront the past, not obscure it.
Now that marijuana is seen as a legitimate business, advocates argue that minorities — who were disproportionately targeted during the war on drugs — should also reap the profits.
Home ownership fantasy shows are entertaining, escapist, and often missing an important reality.
Two stars of the alt-right are openly out and gay. Why is the the alt-right courting white gay men?
Ali Mushtaq competed this year in the International Mr. Leather contest in Chicago.
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