Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson followed through on his campaign promise by announcing the city won't renew the contract for the system, which critics have called ineffective and costly.
A Georgia man says authorities wrongly arrested him based on a match generated by facial recognition technology. Randal Quran Reid says he spent six days in a Georgia jail before officials corrected their mistake.
The Sacramento Kings say the team is currently investigating the incident and the exact reason why the rapper was removed from the arena.
Black police chiefs, commissioners, sheriffs and commanders from across the country are set to meet this weekend in Detroit for the annual CEO symposium of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives.
Black and Latinx homes are more likely to be undervalued by real estate appraisers, who are mostly older white men. New recruiting and technology aims to change how appraisals are done and by whom.
Paul Austin and Tenisha Tate-Austin alleged that an appraiser undervalued their home by nearly $500,000. They got a higher appraisal after they removed evidence that a Black family lived in the home.
Mascots and characters often evoke childlike joy. But some Black children at Sesame Place experienced the pain of racism when coming face-to-face with their favorite Sesame Street characters. How do you deal with the unconscious bias of a human inside a costume that represents love and acceptance?
Local and state chapters of the NAACP calling for the Department of Justice to investigate the Atlanta Police Department following the decision not to charge officers in the Rayshard Brooks case.
Craig and Kelly Robinson say the University School of Milwaukee ended their sons' enrollment after they raised concerns about the school's treatment of students of color and other alleged biases.
Black users, and even some of the company's own employees, have accused the social media giant of racial bias for years.
A new analysis by Freddie Mac has found that only 7.4% of appraisals in majority-white census tracts came in below contract price, compared with 12.5% for Black areas and 15.4% for Latino ones.
Unequal punishment based on race is a problem across the armed forces. Veterans and military experts say that racial bias in military discipline has become a serious threat to national security.
The senators say products such as Google Search and YouTube may "perpetuate racist stereotypes" and the tech giant may not be a safe workplace for Black employees.
"We want to be partners with the DOJ to bring about meaningful, sustainable and significant reforms," the mayor's letter says. It comes a week after 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant was killed by police.
In a blog post, the social media giant said it would review how preview images are cropped after some users recently posted examples white faces being selected over Black faces.