The Pine Bush School District settled a 2012 lawsuit brought by Jewish students who alleged that school officials did not protect them from years of anti-Semitic discrimination.
The fraternity came into the national spotlight after its members this year were caught singing a racist hymn with decades-old roots that they “learned” on a leadership retreat. A BuzzFeed News review has found that racially charged incidents are part of the fraternity’s 159-year-old story.
President Obama addressed the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to end state same-sex marriage bans.
Dolezal, the former NAACP chapter president who her parents said is passing as black, posted a tribute to the nine victims on Facebook.
The president was interviewed by comedian Marc Maron on his WTF podcast Monday and said that the U.S. has not been “cured” of racism.
Family members of some of the nine people Dylann Roof is charged with shooting and killing during a Bible study group said they “forgive” him at an emotional court hearing on Friday.
Police have arrested 21-year-old Dylann Storm Roof in connection with the shooting.
Brian Williams said that it was his ego that led him to make stories up in an interview with the Today show. He is expected to return to NBC in a new role.
Gregory Russeau beat a man to death during a robbery in 2001.
Nine people were killed Wednesday night when a shooter opened fire at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, during a prayer meeting.
The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church is the site of what authorities said was a hate crime Wednesday night. Nine people were shot dead.
Joshua Dolezal, reportedly in a family battle with his sister Rachel over sexual abuse charges, wrote a memoir detailing alleged domestic abuse she suffered.
The former Spokane NAACP president addressed questions about her racial identity in a series of interviews Tuesday with NBC News.
Ezra Dolezal told BuzzFeed News that his adopted sister warned him to not tell anyone in Spokane that she wasn’t really black as she started a new life for herself.
Former students from Eastern Washington and Howard Universities told BuzzFeed News about their classroom encounters with Rachel Dolezal, who taught courses in Africana studies and studio art.
Hundreds of police officers and staffers filed compensation claims for being injured in “falls” or “altercations” during the unrest that followed Freddie Gray’s death.
Peacekeepers had “transactional” sex with more than 225 Haitian women who needed food and medication, according to an internal United Nations report.
Keith Broomfield, 36, was killed while fighting alongside Kurdish forces, the State Department confirmed.
The Duggar family reportedly refused to cooperate with an investigation by the Arkansas Department of Human Services to ensure the well-being of a child.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the HB2 law that imposes strict regulations on nearly all Texan abortion clinics.