Crime and Justice
The North Carolina rapper was slapped with a felony battery charge after an incident during a music video recording went left.
During a press conference that same Friday night, NYPD Chief of Department Kenneth Corey implored New Yorkers to come forward with any information they have on the shooting.
The talented UFC welterweight helped subdue and eventually choke out a gunman inside a Houston sushi restaurant earlier in the week and a profile on the fighter reveals more details.
In a new interview, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee says the White House informed Congressional Black Caucus members that the administration is working on the matter.
Four men were arrested in connection to the overdose death of Williams after the use of surveillance cameras and other investigative means.
After over 11 hours of deliberation, all three of the men accused of murdering Black jogger Ahmaud Arbery were found guilty. Hey, even a broken clock is right twice a day, right?
The defense attorney for George McMichael, one of three white men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery on February 23rd, 2020 in Brunswick, Georgia, painted the victim as having "sinister intentions" and relied on a racial stereotype in her closing arguments.
A new bill proposed by Democratic lawmakers in the New York State Senate would limit prosecutors from using rap lyrics in criminal trials against defendants. The legislation would prohibit their use unless there's a demonstrated value to using them in a literal and relative sense, and cites the 2019 case of Tekashi6ix9ine as an example.
The public outcry from advocates to stop the execution of Julius Jones, a Black Oklahoma resident who was charged and convicted for the murder of Paul Howell in a 1999 carjacking was successful as Governor Kevin Stitt commuted Jones' sentence to life without parole on Thursday, hours before the execution was to take place.
A report about the anonymous hacker that exposed information about members of law enforcement and government involved with the infamous far-right Oath Keepers group has found more than 500 similarly involved in the Garden State.