US Homeland Security Chief Says Racism Provoking Some TerrorismThe Homeland Security head says white supremacist ideology is fueling some domestic terrorism.
Some El Paso Residents Before President Trump's Visit: 'Not The Time'While the president intends to share a message of condolence, the overwhelming sentiment in the border city of nearly 700,000 is he isn't welcome.
Protests As Trump Plans El Paso And Dayton Visits After Mass ShootingsAfter visiting Dayton, Ohio -- where 9 people were shot and killed in a mass shooting over the weekend -- President Donald Trump will head to El Paso where 22 people were gunned down.
Accused El Paso Mass Shooter, Patrick Crusius Bought Gun LegallyFederal agents have not identified where the accused gunman, Patrick Crusius, purchased the weapon he used in deadly attack in El Paso Saturday.
Texas Officers Punished Amid Nationwide Fallout Over Racist, Violent Facebook PostsPolice officers in Texas are facing consequences amid nationwide fallout over racist and violent Facebook posts revealed by a watchdog group.
'Robert E. Lee & The Confederate Soldier' Sculpture Removed From Dallas Park Sells For $1.4MAfter a heated bidding war, a Robert E. Lee statue removed per city council vote from a Dallas park in 2017 now has a new owner.
For Sale: Dallas Leaders Declare Confederate Statue Surplus PropertyDallas leaders have declared a Confederate statue surplus property and offered to sell it for a minimum $450,000 — what it cost to move the bronze artwork from public view.
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.
The Last Slice - Papa John's Founder Schnatter To Resign From BoardPapa John's has reached a settlement agreement with founder John Schnatter that will see him step down from the pizza chain's board.
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.
Workers Start Removing Base Where Robert E. Lee Statue Once StoodWorkers are removing the granite base -- or plinth -- where the statue of Robert E Lee was previously installed at Oak Lawn Park.
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.
Student Expelled From University's Sorority For Video In Black FaceA sorority at the University of Oklahoma said it has expelled a student who was seen wearing black paint on her face and using a racial epithet in a video that went viral on Twitter.
House GOP Leader To Take Action Against Steve King's Racial RemarksThe House Republican leader said Sunday he will meet with Rep. Steve King this week to discuss his future and role in the party, promising action following his recent comments in defense of white supremacy.
Groups Using Super Bowl In Push Against Confederate StatuesA coalition of civil rights groups in Atlanta is using this year's Super Bowl to help kick off a renewed "war on the Confederacy," in a fight to remove Confederate monuments around the nation.