With the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics only weeks away and violence currently plaguing the Russian population, the planned response to and protest of the country's anti-gay laws are gaining more traction than ever.
Authorities are still trying to figure out why a gunman opened fire in the library of Florida State University. The shooter, identified as 31-year-old Myron May, was a 2005 FSU graduate. One student found bullet slugs lodged into the heavy books inside his backpack.
Kentucky Fire Chief Refuses to Help Black Family: 'We Ain't Taking No N*ggers Here'
A Kentucky fire chief is being criticized for racist comments after he refused to help a family of stranded motorists because they were black, and then suggested that an Asian-American television reporter did not understand English.
Government Stereotyping African-Americans as Violent
Communities across the US will likely feel the effects of the Ferguson grand jury ruling on the shooting death of Michael Brown, according to Dante Barry, executive director of the Million Hoodies Movement for Justice. Direct action measures are planned in cities from New York to Oakland, but don't make the assumption that they will be violent, Brown tells RT's Ben Swann.