The attorney general says his agency will withhold funding from cities that don’t cooperate with federal immigration agents.
Screenwriter Rishi S. Bhilawadikar tells NBC News that his screenplay for the upcoming film was based on his experiences struggling to find work in Silicon Valley while waiting on his green card.
The Affordable Care Act might be the law of the land, but as Vann R. Newkirk II writes for The Atlantic, that doesn’t mean the administration can’t kill some of its provisions.
The NYPD officer who killed Constance Malcom’s son resigned to avoid punishment. Malcom says she is not done fighting. Watch her press conference.
Both Cher and "Flint" faced accusations of Whitewashing a crisis that impacts a predominantly Black population.
"We firmly believe that formerly incarcerated individuals not only have a right to fully return to society, but can offer innovative solutions to one of the most pressing issues of our time."
House Republicans pulled their rewrite of the American Health Care Act just minutes before the rescheduled vote. Watch House Speaker Paul Ryan discuss the change live.
After 4 Years of Fighting, Palestinian-American Activist Rasmea Odeh Accepts Plea Agreement in Immigration Fraud and Terrorism Case
In light of the current political climate, Odeh believes that she could not receive a fair trial in her legal battle with the federal government over immigration fraud and terrorism charges.
The duo behind "TIME: The Kalief Browder Story" acquired the rights to two books about Martin, including his parents' recent memoir. They plan to turn them into a narrative film and docuseries.
Records Show NYPD Deployed Video Surveillance Teams to Hundreds of Black Lives Matter, Occupy Actions
The Verge reports that NYPD camera crews monitored protests against police violence and economic inequality from 2011 to 2013 and again in 2016.