‘No Cheering’: Tokyo Olympic Organizers Release Guidelines For Torch Relay

The Tokyo Organizing Committee are urging spectators to only clap, not cheer, when the Olympic torchbearers make their way through Japan starting March 25.

One of LAPD’s First Black Officers Reinstated More Than 120 Years After His Firing

Robert Stewart was among the first Black officers hired by the LAPD. He spent 11 years on the force before he was unjustly terminated, according to the Los Angeles Police Commission.

Amy Cooper, White Woman Who Called Police On Black Bird-Watcher, Has Charge Dismissed

Amy Cooper had been facing a charge of falsely reporting an incident to police, after she told them Christian Cooper, who is not related to her, threatened her in a New York City park. He did not.

Trump’s Legal Team Points To 2017 Attempt To Block Election Certification As Defense

In 2017, several House Democrats stood and objected to the certification of then President-elect Trump's electoral victory. Then-Vice President Biden was presiding.

Stacey Plaskett Is First Non-Voting House Delegate To Argue An Impeachment Trial

She touched on her unlikely journey from projects in Brooklyn, N.Y., to St. Croix, the U.S. Virgin Islands, "and now as an adult woman representing an island territory speaking to the U.S. Senate."

Trump Impeached Because Democrats Don’t Want To Face Him In 2024, Legal Team Argues

Former President Donald Trump's legal team also argued that the second impeachment trial should not move forward because he is no longer in office.

Meet The House Managers Laying Out The Case To Impeach Donald Trump

The nine House Democrats are expected to rely on lawmakers' personal experiences during the riots to build the case against Trump. The team is led by Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland.

Protests In Rochester As Lawmakers Move To Ban Use of Chemical Irritants On Minors

Demonstrators gathered near a Rochester police precinct not far from where a 9-year-old girl was pepper-sprayed last week. One officer has been suspended, two others placed on administrative leave.

New Charges In Flint Water Crisis, Including Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder

At least a dozen people died and more than 80 people fell ill after untreated water from the Flint River caused lead to leach from old pipes, poisoning the water system city residents relied on.

About 20,000 National Guard Members To Deploy For Inauguration, Officials Say

The number represents an uptick in National Guard troops that will be deployed to the area, but it could still fluctuate.