The United States Mint and Treasury has revealed that Lady Liberty will feature a Black woman for the first time ever.
Cleveland police killed a bipolar and schizophrenic woman in front of her family after they slammed her to the pavement outside her family’s home.
Tanesha Anderson, 37, was pronounced dead at Cleveland Clinic early Thursday after an altercation with officers two hours earlier.
A Philadelphia woman whose abduction was captured on a surveillance video has been safely returned to her family.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey made the announcement Wednesday evening.
Cari Champion is known for hosting ESPN’s First Take, but now she’s been wrapped up in a mess that should have never even happened thanks to comedian Artie Lange.
Lange, who obviously finds Champion attractive, took to Twitter to rant about his “fantasies” involving the sports commentator.
WARNING: The tweets contain offensive language that is NSW.
The family of a Missouri woman who died while in police custody at the Pagedale city jail is demanding answers.
Kimberlee Randale-King, 21, was arrested for traffic warrants last month.
If you’ve been keeping up with Nicki Minaj, then you’ll notice the rapper has dropped her colorful and oddball style for a more natural and sophisticated look.
Why? Because she’s more comfortable in her skin.
The California Highway Patrol officer who was videotaped punching a woman on the 10 Freeway has been relieved of his duties.
Officer Daniel Andrew could face “potentially serious charges.”
A Los Angeles woman who was severely beaten by a CHP police officer on the side of a freeway is speaking out.
Marlene Pinnock said she feared for her life as the officer pummeled her during an incident that was captured on a cell phone video.
A jury convicted a suburban Detroit man of second-degree murder and manslaughter on Thursday in the killing of a 19-year-old unarmed woman who sought help after a car wreck on his porch last year.
Theodore Wafer claimed self-defense and said that he feared for his life.
A Florida judge has denied Marissa Alexander a new self-defense hearing after finding that the recent addition of a “warning shot” provision to the state’s Stand Your Ground law could not be applied retroactively.
The law allows someone to fire without retreat if they have a “reasonable fear of imminent peril of death or great bodily harm to himself or herself.”