New York, New Jersey Bombing Suspect to Be Arraigned From Hospital Bed
A man accused of planting bombs in New Jersey and New York City and then engaging police in a shootout is expected to be arraigned from his hospital bed today on weapons and attempted murder charges.
Man Shot by Secret Service Outside White House Sentenced to 8 Months
To be a knicks tonight sentencing day for the gunman taken down near the White House Jesse all the very sentenced to eight months at a medical facility. Dramatic video showing the moment he was shocked by the Secret Service in May for refusing to drop the gun when asked what he came to the White
Tour the Revolution Messaging Offices
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks gets an inside look at the offices of the company founded by former White House campaign staffers.
Charlotte Police Shooting Protests Spark State of Emergency
A second night of protests over the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, 43, left one protester on life support after being shot and four police officers injured.
Airbnb Outlines New Policies to Combat Accusations of Racism
The company published a report on Thursday titled, "Airbnb's Work to Fight Discrimination and Build Inclusion."
Maya Dillard Smith Explains Why She Left the ACLU Over HB2 Law
Dillard Smith claims that her stance on the law has people slamming her as a bigot.
Some Airbnb Users Claim Hosts Rejected Them Over Race
Home-sharing website says it's working to combat racial discrimination but some users say they were judged by their name and photo.
Feds to Investigate Gender Discrimination in Hollywood, ACLU Says
Federal officials are investigating a perceived gender bias in Hollywood, according to the ACLU of Southern California and the ACLU Women's Rights Project.
ACLU Sues Over Controversial North Carolina Transgender Bathroom Law
The law, approved last week by the state legislature and signed by Gov. Pat McCrory, bans people from using bathrooms that don't match the sex indicated on their birth certificate.
New Jersey Police Chief on Leave After Email Allegedly Defending Racial Profiling Surfaces
Well a chief of police and why call for stepped aside pending an investigation into racial profiling. She Benjamin fox seen here last December came under fire after an email memo from putting fourteen. Reveal he promoted the controversial practice in New Jersey specifically in that memo. He