A study on Washington, D.C., police officers found that the presence of body cameras had no "detectable effect" on whether an officer used force against a citizen or not.
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Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino said Thursday that people closest to Harvey Weinstein were aware of sexual harassment allegations against the former studio director.
Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino admitted that he knew about some of the sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein decades before they came to light.
Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein threatened an AIDS charity years ago because he thought a lawyer affiliated with it was looking into the former studio executive's sex life, according to an NBC News report.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders decided not to speak at the Women's Convention, choosing instead to travel to Puerto Rico to see where he is needed.
Florida Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson's spokesperson said the congresswoman has decided the firestorm between her and the White House has gone "too far" Thursday.
The mother of Trayvon Martin criticized the National Rifle Association's decision to offer people insurance if they fatally shoot someone in a new ad.
All Ohio state senators must undergo sexual harassment training after one state senator resigned for allegedly repeatedly asking a female employee for hugs, according to a Wednesday announcement.
A Massachusetts elementary school decided to cancel its Halloween costume parade since it is not inclusive for all students involved, outlets reported Tuesday.
A group of three storms, dubbed "The Big Dark," is headed towards the Pacific Northwest, bringing with it strong winds and rain.
A Harvard University committee announced Tuesday it would rescind Harvey Weinstein's W.E.B. Du Bois award, a recognition that goes to people who have contributed to black culture in America.
A federal judge ordered President Donald Trump's administration to allow a teenage illegal immigrant access to an abortion, after the administration tried to prevent her from having one.
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore said kneeling during the national anthem was "illegal" in a Wednesday interview with Time Magazine.
A document going around the White House claims that a manufacturing decline can lead to abortion and higher divorce rates, according to a Tuesday report.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton admitted that maybe she could have worked harder at trying to reassure white voters during the 2016 election in a podcast interview Tuesday.
A well-known investor resigned from the board of a global asset management firm Tuesday after he claimed it was a good thing white people, not black people, settled in America.
Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul formally endorsed Roy Moore in the Alabama senate election Tuesday, the campaign announced.
Arizona Sen. John McCain, a Republican, warned of a "half-baked nationalism" threat to America's principles Monday while accepting the Liberty Medal in Philadelphia.
Maryland police charged a black man with a hate crime after he allegedly spat in the face of a disabled white man and shouted "all white people are evil."