David Simon-helmed miniseries unfolds around the drama surrounding the plan to build low-income and affordable housing in the white, middle-class parts of Yonkers, NY.
An Israeli firm has joined a drive to produce non-lethal alternatives to bullets, known as 'blunt-impact projectiles', for U.S. law enforcement agencies.
Prosecutors charge 18-year-old black man with assault on police officers in Ferguson after an exchange of gunfire.
Shots fired at protest marking anniversary of unarmed black teen Michael Brown; one in critical condition.
Despite a range of police reforms that include de-escalation and anti-bias training, many Ferguson residents say they still fear and distrust the city's police.
Rep. Barry Loudermilk, a Republican from Georgia, was recently part of a Congressional delegation that traveled to the Middle East on an 11-day trip.
WATCH: Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh claimed prior to Netanyahu's speech that the president was sowing bias against the Israeli prime minister.
Nevertheless, probe clears a white officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in the St. Louis suburb.
Scattered protests reported across U.S.
Why the Jewish community must be reawakened to praying with our feet, and recommit to participating in the ongoing struggle for civil rights.
A 22-year-old Ethiopian-Israeli died a few months after a violent encounter with the police. Six months later, his family isn't clear as to what lead to his death and why none of the officers have been charged.
Officials say the victim pulled a gun and pointed it an an officer before the officer fired several shots.
Two officers were shot and killed inside their patrol car this weekend by a man vowing retaliation for the deaths of black men at the hands of white police.
Some view the Hanukkah story as embodying a social justice imperative, while others seek to use the Hanukkah narrative to underscore a siege mentality.
The protests were mainly peaceful, although police in Boston said they arrested 23 people who tried to block a highway.
Demonstrations over the death of Eric Garner and Michael Brown provide tourists with an unexpected yet quintessentially American experience.
Protesters smash windows and throw projectiles at officers; police retaliate with tear gas and smoke bombs.
Protesters block streets after grand jury returned no indictment against Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Garner in July.
U.S. Jews took an active part in the struggle against racism in the '60s. The events in Ferguson and Staten Island raise the question: Why isn't that the case anymore?
U.S. president to consider imposing tighter controls on proliferation of military-style weaponry and equipment for police.
Four months after he shot unarmed black teen Michael Brown and days after grand jury decided not to indict him, Wilson will leave the police force.
Seven-day march organized by the NAACP to protest the killing of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.
'Stop shopping and join the movement,' chant demonstrators infuriated by a grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer who fatally shot a black 18-year-old.
Jewish advocacy groups called for restraint in response to decision to not bring Officer Wilson up on charges after shooting an unarmed black man in Ferguson.
Protesters continued to hold scattered demonstrations, including a group that rushed into City Hall in St. Louis, the city neighboring Ferguson, screaming 'Shame, shame.'
Using hashtag #palestine2ferguson, Palestinian activists depict Mideast conflict and Missouri shooting as similar instances of global 'oppression.'
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman says blacks remain deprived in the United States and are regularly subjected to violence and persecution by law enforcement agencies.
It’s infuriating when people spit on something you consider sacred but worthwhile understanding what drives them to do so.
Attorney general vows timely, rigorous federal probe into the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, as Darren Wilson, the policeman who shot him, says his conscience is clear.
CNN's Sara Sidner and Fox New's Steve Harrigan become part of the story in Ferguson as protesters target them during the violent clashes that followed yesterday's grand jury decision.