According to a recent report, charter school enrollment has grown 225 percent over the last 10 years, but the issue is turning political in New York City, where the new mayor is taking a stand to support existing public schools.
Remains of Missing Virginia Boy Found in Trunk of Mother's Car
Police confirmed that human remains found in the trunk of a woman's car belong to her missing son. Quincy Jamar Davis was last seen in 2004 when he was a seventh grader at Virginia Beach Middle School.
Report: Zara Accused of Racial Profiling Its Black Customers
A new report by the Center for Popular Democracy accuses the high-street store of racial profiling its customers and claims the company used the code word "special order" for identifying suspected shoplifters.
Loretta Lynch: Hate Crimes 'the Original Domestic Terrorism'
While answering questions at a press conference on human trafficking, Attorney General Loretta Lynch spoke on the historical context of hate crimes and pointed out that the original domestic terrorist organization was the KKK.
'Enjoy Your Ride, Cuz We Sure Will!' Sign in Baltimore Police Transport Van Under Investigation
A sign inside a Baltimore police van that says "Enjoy your ride, cuz we sure will!" has sparked criticism in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray, and the department has launched an internal investigation, according to officials.
Del. Couple Sue State Police After Disabled Vet was Beaten because his Quadriplegic Wife Could Not Stand Up
Ruther and Lisa Hayes are claiming in the federal lawsuit that commanders failed to train officers in the "constitutional bounds and limits concerning the use of force," particularly when dealing with disabled people.