Sessions’ Use of Bible to Justify Anti-Immigration Receives Backlash from Religious Community

"Christian sacred texts should never be used to justify policies that oppress or harm children and families," said Rev. Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe of the United Methodist Church.

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Religious leaders do not support Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III's use of a biblical verse to defend the Trump administration's anti-immigration policies.

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Video: Police Stop, Frisk Black Men for Helping Friend with Broken-Down Truck

"While at the gas station waiting for the tow truck we were stopped and frisked because the undercover police officer said we 'looked suspicious,'" said Dmani Brown.

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Thanks to a viral Facebook video with more than 650,000 page views, an investigation is currently underway into why Dyer, Ind., police stopped and frisked Black men because they pushed a friend's SUV into a BP gas station parking lot.

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Dennis Graham, father of superstar recording artist Drake, has offered his thoughts on the sexual assault allegations against Academy Award winning-actor Jamie Foxx and the #MeToo movement.

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Video: California White Doctor Accuses Black Patient of Looking for Drugs

Racist banned from working at all hospitals in the Bay Area network.

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Samuel Bardwell, 20, was rushed to the emergency room at El Camino Hospital in Los Gatos, Calif., for anxiety attack symptoms after collapsing at basketball practice. After three hours, Dr. Beth Renee Keegstra arrived with a security guard, accused Bardwell of looking for narcotics, mocked and berated him with expletives, yanked his arm and dismissed him with little help.

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John Legend to Paul Ryan: ‘Seriously, F*** You’

The father of two had no time for Ryan's Father's Day wishes while parents are torn from their children at the border.

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Singer John Legend had a simple but powerful message for House Speaker Paul Ryan after his attempt to send a happy Father's Day message despite Republicans tearing fathers and mothers away from their children at the border.

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Who Will Benefit From Marijuana Legalization?

Although Blacks, Latinos and whites all use marijuana at the same rate, Blacks and Latinos are still getting arrested at double the rate of whites.

As the debate over the legalization of marijuana rolls on, the right now seems to be more open to the possible reality that prohibition has reached its final chapter. For the first time we are seeing members of Congress from both sides coming together to craft legislation to decriminalize this drug. Political foes by trade Elizabeth Warren and Cory Gardner have put aside their differences to write their piece of legislation, "Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States," to remove the threat of federal intervention and prosecution in states that regulate marijuana use and sales.

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Five Dead Following U.S. Border Patrol Car Chase in Texas

Four victims were pronounced dead on the scene and a fifth was pronounced dead after being airlifted to a hospital in San Antonio.

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(Reuters) — Five immigrants died and several others were injured on Sunday when their vehicle careened out of control while being chased by U.S. Border Patrol agents in Texas about 90 miles north of the Mexican border, officials said.

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'Baby Daddy’ Father's Day Card Featuring a Black Couple Slammed by Shoppers

American Greetings says it "missed the mark" and Target pulls the card from shelves.

"Baby Daddy" is a term used to refer to a man who is the father of a woman's child whom she did not marry. American Greetings, the world's biggest producer of greeting cards, decided to create cards for Father's Day with a "Baby Daddy" theme and feature a silhouette of a Black man and woman.

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