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Drama 'Shots Fired' takes layered look at police shootings
The title of Fox's "Shots Fired" makes it clear the new drama series is treading on contentious turf, police shootings of unarmed youth
Today in History
Today in History Today is Sunday, March 19, the 78th day of 2017. There are 287 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 19, 1917, a divided U.S. Supreme Court, in Wilson v. New, upheld 5-4 the eight-hour work day for interstate railroad workers. On this date: In 1863, the
Music Review: Plenty of clever twists from Peter Mulvey
Singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey marches to his own drum, even when there isn't one, and he has found a simpatico producer in Ani DiFranco, who helps the album "Are You Listening?" deliver plenty of clever twists
Florida judge denies 'stand your ground' defense in shooting
A Florida judge has denied a "stand your ground" defense for a retired Florida police officer who fatally shot a man in movie theater over texting
Hearing of retired cop who shot moviegoer puts Florida’s Stand Your Ground law back in the spotlight
Vivian Reeves was emotional as she testified Wednesday before a judge at her husband's hearing in Florida, attesting that her husband, Curtis Reeves, a retired Tampa police captain, had his head in his hands after he shot a fellow moviegoer over a disagreement about a cellphone in January 2014.
Trayvon Martin's parents on becoming activists, a role they never expected to have before son was killed
It was five years ago this month that Trayvon Martin, an unarmed African-American 17-year-old from Miami Gardens, Florida, was shot and killed by neighborhood watchman, George Zimmerman . Since his death, Trayvon’s parents Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin have been at the front of the charge to stem
Trayvon Martin's parents describe taking on new roles as activists
Trayvon Martin, an unarmed African-American teen, was killed five years ago and his parents have stepped up to speak out against gun violence.
The revival of Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf
When Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf arrived earlier this month in Michigan for a speaking engagement, only a week had passed since President Trump announced a travel ban against immigrants and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries. The action had sparked international protests, a clash between the
'GMA' Hot List: Leslie Mann and Robert De Niro Dish on 'The Comedian'
Plus, Trayvon Martin's parents speak out five years after his death, and the "GMA" anchors discuss beef jerky roses.