This week, YouTube and Zoom pulled the plug on a livestream event hosted by San Francisco State University featuring Leila Khaled, an activist that is best known for her participation in two airplane hijackings that took place in the 1970s. SFSU President Lynn Mahoney argued that that Zoom’s decision to “silence” Khaled is “deeply wounding” to members of the university community.
TNT basketball commentator’s Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neill are facing the outrage of thousands on social media, after the pair pointed out how defunding the police will harm black people.
UFC boss Dana White demurred from punishing fighter Colby Covington after the fighter was accused of racism against a black opponent.
A supporter of President Donald Trump who identified herself as a single lesbian mother pushed back on the leftist narrative that his administration is restricting fundamental rights.
LeBron James is speaking more about the death of Kentucky woman Breonna Taylor and claiming that black women are “the most disrespected.”
Pop superstar Rihanna is lashing out at Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron over the Breonna Taylor controversy, posting to her Instagram account a photo of a protestor holding a sign claiming that the police involved in the shooting got off easy.
State Rep. Attica Scott was reportedly arrested Thursday night in Louisville during protests following Wednesday’s announcement that no officers would be charged directly for Breonna Taylor’s death.
A police officer in Louisville, KY, showed up for roll call on Thursday, less than 24 hours after being shot the previous night during an evening of protests and riots.
A large group in Louisville, Kentucky, reportedly used a church as a “safe space” Thursday night during the ongoing Breonna Taylor protests.
It’s not unusual for the NBA on TNT to swerve into the realm of politics, and Thursday night’s show was no exception.
Protesters descended on Louisville, Kentucky, for the second night Thursday after it was announced Wednesday that no police officers would be charged directly for Breonna Taylor’s death.
The biographical film “On The Basis of Sex” based on the story of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the documentary RBG will be re-released this weekend in around 1,000 following her death last week at the age of 87.
Electoral defeat is the only thing that can change the political positioning of Democrats, Joel Pollak said on the Michael Berry Show.
ESPN broadcaster Mark Jones tweeted that he will tell the police officers assigned to protect him at stadiums to “take the day off,” out of fear that the officer might shoot him due to his “black skin.”
CNN’s Don Lemon tried to walk back his call to “blow up the entire system” on Tuesday night by lying about what everyone heard him say on Monday night.
A large construction firm in Utah announced that it is giving up its VIP suite, after Utah Jazz players began kneeling during the national anthem.
Late-night comedians got serious on Wednesday following a Kentucky grand jury’s decision to not indict the police officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
The Mona Shores, Michigan, school board has rescinded its support for the Black Lives Matter movement after a resolution backing it drew the ire of many in the community.
Actress and far-left activist Alyssa Milano reacted to the news that a grand jury would not bring murder charges against the police officers involved in the Breonna Taylor by promoting a meme that says “white silence” is costing black lives.
A tweet encouraging arson in Louisville, Kentucky, posted a day before violent riots once again broke out across multiple American cities including Louisville, did not violate the Twitter rules, according to a spokeswoman for the tech company.
Flames surged in Portland on Wednesday night, after a rioter lit a large Molotov cocktail and threw it at the police.
A police officer on a bicycle was knocked to the ground and then attacked by several rioters as he got to his feet and attempted to get away. Including one rioter, who ran up from behind and cracked the officer in the back of the head with a baseball bat.
LeBron James described himself as “devastated, hurt, sad and mad” when reacting to the Grand Jury indictment of former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison in connection with the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
Former NFL quarterback and original anthem protester Colin Kaepernick, took to Twitter on Wednesday to call modern policing a “white supremacist institution” that needs to be “abolished.”
Sports were on ESPN Wednesday night, though, as usual, the network found a way to mix in some politics.
A large group of demonstrators set-up a roadblock in Denver on Wednesday night, as part of a wave of protests that swept over the country in wake of the Grand Jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case.
Ibram X. Kendi, director of Boston University’s Center for Antiracist Research, described the lack of indictments against police officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor as an allegation that the deceased killed herself.