Facebook And Google Before Congress Today Over White NationalismRepresentatives from Facebook and Google are headed to Capitol Hill to face questions from lawmakers about what they're doing to police hate speech on their platforms.
Protesters Gather In Deep Ellum Over Charges For Man Who Viciously Assaulted WomanHundreds gathered in Deep Ellum to protest the charges that were given to a bartender who was caught on camera brutally attacking a woman in a parking lot on Thursday.
Living Legacy: Dallas Civil Rights Activist Juanita Craft CelebratedMore than 30 years after her passing, Juanita Craft remains one of the most important civil rights leaders in Texas history.
Black Church Leaders Celebrate Dr. King, Consider The Work That RemainsThroughout North Texas and the nation Monday, many are celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior.
Dallas Elementary Student Delivers Award-Winning Speech On Martin Luther King, Jr.A Dallas elementary student delivered an award-winning speech, inspired by civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Rep. John Lewis Hospitalized, Under 'Routine Observation'Civil rights icon and U.S. Rep. John Lewis has been hospitalized for undisclosed reasons.
Government Reopens Investigation Of Emmett Till MurderThe federal government has reopened its investigation into the murder of Emmett Till, the black teenager whose brutal killing in Mississippi shocked the world.
Advisors Say Starbucks Must Do More To End Racial BiasStarbucks needs to do much more to eliminate racial bias from its stores, according to a report that urges the company to conduct civil rights and consumer profiling audits.
Dallas Landmark In Desperate Need Of RepairA pipe burst inside the Juanita Craft Civil Rights House. Nearly $200,000 is needed to fix the damages.
Justices Side With Colorado Baker On Same-Sex Wedding CakeThe Supreme Court ruled narrowly Monday for a Colorado baker who wouldn't make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Commitment To MLK's Unfinished Work Remains 50 Years LaterDr. Martin Luther King's legacy continues, evident today in a new generation protesting many of the same issues the civil rights leader confronted 50 years ago: inequality, police brutality and poverty.