Starbucks CEO Apologizes To 2 Black Men ArrestedThe CEO of Starbucks Co., Kevin Johnson, called the arrests a "reprehensible outcome" and said he wants to personally apologize to the men, saying the company "stands firmly against discrimination or racial profiling." But that didn't stop protesters from gathering Sunday outside the store in downtown Philadelphia where the arrests occurred.
Commitment To Dr. King's Unfinished Work Remains 50 Years LaterAfter his assassination, the members of King's tight circle barely paused to grieve. They plunged into carrying out his unfinished work, and turned it into a lifelong vow.
McClatchy High School Science Fair Project Tying Race, IQ Sparks OutcrySacramento City Unified School District is investigating the display of a controversial science fair project that some students, parents and staff say is racially insensitive.
Paralyzed Former Driver Sam Schmidt Will Race Mario AndrettiMario Andretti will get back into a race car at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to go head-to-head in semi-autonomous vehicles against paralyzed former driver Sam Schmidt.
Sanders Wins 3 States; Clinton Retains Big Delegate Lead
Former LA Mayor Appears Poised to Enter 2018 Governor's RaceThe presidential contest is dominating national headlines, but the toughest campaign in California might be two years away.
Man Accused Of Striking Iditarod Teams With Snowmobile, Killing DogOfficials in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race say a person on a snowmobile early Saturday morning purposely struck two teams in the race.
A Runner Awkwardly Loses Bronze Medal After Celebrating Early
Calif. Prison Guard Claims He Was Harassed Because Of His Race, Religion A Northern California prison guard has filed a lawsuit alleging co-workers harassed him because of his race and religion.
Lawsuit Tests Racial Policy At California Prisons A federal judge will consider whether California's policy of locking up prisoners by race violates their constitutional rights.
Study: NBA Continues To Lead Major Sports Leagues In DiversityAccording to a report released Tuesday, the NBA received an A-plus grade for racial hiring and B-plus for gender hiring on its annual Racial and Gender Report Card. The league received an overall grade of A.