Police: Man using racist slurs killed in Waffle House fight

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says a man was shot to death at a Waffle.

El Salvador archbishop apologizes over priest sex abuse case

El Salvador’s top Roman Catholic cleric apologized Sunday for the alleged sexual abuse by a.

White nationalists seen filming at lynching victim memorial

Men carrying a white nationalist flag were caught on security cameras trying to film in.

Police officer retires after far-right group ties revealed

A Connecticut police officer has retired after a civil rights organization raised concerns about his.

Norway arrests US far-right activist, seeks deportation

Norwegian authorities have arrested a high-profile U.S. white supremacist scheduled to speak at an international.

US judge blocks Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants

A federal judge in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday put on hold a Trump administration rule.

Authorities break up mixed-gender party, arrest 15 in Iran

Iran’s semi-official news agency says Iranian authorities have arrested 15 men and women at a.

Large anti-government procession heads to Pakistan’s capital

Thousands of supporters of an ultra-religious political party led by a firebrand cleric took part.

Chicago strike negotiations ongoing; Monday classes canceled

More than 300,000 Chicago students will miss another day of classes as teachers in the.

Washington state to vote on affirmative action referendum

More than two decades after Washington state voters banned affirmative action, the question of whether.