A Minneapolis restaurant that was destroyed during riots has reopened with a food truck while its original property is rebuilt.
Coronavirus brought downtown Minneapolis to a halt earlier this year, as it did most city centers in America, and now calls to abolish the police have some business owners saying they are leaving town.
Police unions and related organizations are finding themselves under increasing scrutiny.
Ben & Jerry's will continue to halt brand advertisements on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter through 2020.
The company revealed a set of goals but few specifics on fighting systematic racism "in all forms."
Unemployment benefits have run dry for ride-share drivers and demand for rides still remains low. The coronavirus continues to test the waters for gig workers who struggle to remain afloat.
Cornell professor shares some ideas on how to fight back against the "cancel culture" in American academia.
The show, which follows police on their rounds in multiple cities simultaneously, averaged about 1.9 million viewers for its Friday and Saturday night episodes, repeatedly re-aired on other days. It spawned several successful spinoff shows, also canceled.
A Pennsylvania Walmart is facing accusations of racial profiling after the arrest of a Black customer was recorded in a pair of viral social media videos.
Here are the biggest companies that have paused ads on Facebook as part of the #StopHateForProfit campaign.
The Austrian company behind Red Bull energy drinks reportedly fired two top executives in its North American segment over internal strife about how to respond to the Black Lives Matter movement.
A North Carolina tech company is putting $3 million into one of the nation's oldest Black-owned banks in the wake of George Floyd's death.
The Service Employees International Union says tens of thousands of workers throughout the U.S. will take part in "Strike for Black Lives" on Monday.
The idea of defunding the police has been around for decades, but the movement picked up steam as protests erupted nationwide following George Floyd’s death while in the custody of Minneapolis police in May.
President Donald Trump held a roundtable discussion Monday with Americans who have been helped by law enforcement amid nationwide protests to reform police departments.
Target and other advertisers that compiled similar "blocklists" say they were respecting the sensitivity of the issue.
Police in St. Louis, Missouri, searched the mansion of a couple who brandished guns at protesters marching outside their home last month in widely seen videos, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett is defending the automaker's decision to make and sell Police Interceptor vehicles following concerns from the company's employees, according to a report by Jalopnik.
While the replacement effort is occurring as many Civil-war era statues across the United States are torn down amid anti-racism demonstrations following the Minneapolis killing of George Floyd, it was authorized by the state's Republican governor in 2019.
The popular burger chain lost an estimated $3.2 million in June sales because of store closures and reduced operating hours related to nationwide protests sparked by George Floyd's killing and the curfews put in place because of them.