Second MLB Pitcher Apologizes For Past Racist, Homophobic TweetsSean Newcomb said he had forgotten about the tweets until he picked up his phone postgame and saw mentions of the posts.
Woman Studying Outside WeHo Grocery Store Attacked In Racist RantThe victim says she was studying and listening to music around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday when a man sitting at the next table started saying derogatory things to her.
Starbucks Facing More Racism Allegations After Latino Customer Receives Cup With 'Beaner' On The Label"They asked for his name, and his name is 'Peter,' and they wrote this 'beaner," the victim's friend told CBS2 News, adding, "that's not fair."
University Serves Kool-Aid And Watermelon Water For Black History MonthA New York University dining hall served Kool-Aid and watermelon-flavored water for Black History Month, drawing an apology from its president, who called the menu "inexcusably insensitive."
Town Manager Leads Segregation Group, Promotes WhitesJackman, Maine town manager Tom Kawczynski told a newspaper he wants to preserve the white majority of northern New England and Atlantic Canada.
NY Times Editorial Board: 'The President Is A Racist'They wrote, "Mr. Trump is not just racist, ignorant, incompetent and undignified. He's also a liar."
Omarosa Says Trump Is Racial But 'Not A Racist'Essence Magazine, a publication aimed at black women, posted their response on Twitter.
California NAACP Wants 'Star Spangled Banner' ReplacedThe group believes that lyric celebrates the deaths of slaves who were fighting along with the British to try to win their freedom from American slaveholders.
Clinton Ad Ties Trump To KKKHillary Clinton tied Donald Trump’s campaign to the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) in a new web ad released Thursday -- the latest move in the Democratic nominee’s crusade connecting Trump with white supremacist ideologies.
Racist Graffiti Triggers Outrage In Upscale Community"These were the three letters," said Rod Aragon. He saw the letters KKK -- in front of Palisades Charter High School in Pacific Palisades.
Whittier Residents Shocked To Find KKK Fliers Scattered On LawnsPolice wouldn't say what the message was, only that "there were no threats on the fliers, just KKK propaganda."