PHOENIX – More than 4,000 African-Americans died during the “lynching era” from 1877 to 1950. The lynching era’s legacy can still be seen today, historians and politicians say.
PHOENIX – Eight top journalism students, fellows in the Carnegie-Knight News21 investigative journalism program, are on a 23-state road trip.
LANCASTER, Calif. — Law enforcement agencies in California aren’t doing enough to reach out to vulnerable immigrants who […]
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. — When Rev. Phil Woodson, associate pastor of the First United Methodist Church, looks back on […]
PHOENIX — In 2015, Texas teenager Ahmed Mohamed went viral as “Clock Boy.” When Mohamed, an aspiring engineer, […]
PHOENIX — Just before avowed white supremacist Dylann Roof fatally shot eight black worshippers and their pastor in […]
BERKELEY, Calif — A group of researchers are fighting online hate speech by teaching computers to recognize it […]
PHOENIX — Vandalized synagogues and mosques. Physical attacks on members of the LGBTQ and Native American communities. Threats […]