It looks like the job market in America ended 2015 off on a high note as American employers added about 292,000 jobs last month, which keeps the unemployment rate at 5% for the third consecutive month.
Iran’s head of state Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reportedly tweeted his support of the #BlackLivesMatter protests that have denounced the recent police killings of black people in America.
A series of tweets came from Khamenei’s account that made clear references to the ongoing movement in the U.S. in an effort to call attention to the racial biases that exist in law enforcement and the justice system.
Protests continued in Berkeley, Mo. following the fatal shooting of a black teen by a white police officer earlier this week.
According to reports, the protests have been peaceful.
Cuba said Monday that it has a right to grant asylum to U.S. fugitives, the clearest sign to date that the communist government will not extradite America’s most wanted woman despite warming bilateral ties.
In response to an online protests where white Americans take to social media to share their experiences with police, black responders have created the #AliveWhileBlack hashtag to share less positive encounters with police.
#Crimingwhilewhite reveals just how much of a break whites gets when committing crimes. Unfortunately, that luxury isn’t available to people of color.
Albert Woodfox has spent more than 42 years not just locked up in prison, but in isolation.
But thanks to a court ruling, America’s longest-standing solitary confinement prisoner’s conviction has been overturned.
An American doctor who was diagnosed with the Ebola virus has died.
Dr. Martin Salia was flown to Nebraska from Sierra Leone over the weekend for treatment. Thomas Eric Duncan, who contracted the disease in Liberia and traveled to Dallas, died last month.
A new PBS documentary has been launched to allow whites in America to explore what the “white” experience is like in the country.
Residents in Ferguson, Missouri are preparing for a “Weekend of Resistance” set to take place in St. Louis over the weekend.
The protests are a result of another 18-year-old black male who was killed by police in St. Louis’ Shaw neighborhood earlier this week.
A political cartoon published in Wednesday’s Boston Herald has people calling the newspaper racist.
The cartoon mocks a very serious security breach that took place where a man jumped the White House fence and actually made it through the door of the president’s home.