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Unarmed Black Man With Pants Around His Ankles Fatally Shot by Deputy: Video

Unarmed Black Man With Pants Around His Ankles Fatally Shot by Deputy: Video

“You could have clearly Tased him. He wasn't trying to hit you. He wasn't trying to shoot you. He wasn't trying to do anything,” said the victim’s sister.

Justice Department Sues Houston for Discrimination Against Female Firefighters

Justice Department Sues Houston for Discrimination Against Female Firefighters

Two female firefighters were allegedly subjected to sexual harassment including male co-workers urinating in their dormitory and writing sexist messages on walls.

Toyota Hurricane Harvey

Toyota: Helping Houston Rebuild Homes, Lives Faster

Disaster resilience and recovery non-profit SBP shares Toyota production system knowledge to speed recovery.

Woman Charged with Mailing Explosives to Obama

Woman Charged with Mailing Explosives to Obama

Julia Poff was ordered held in jail last week ahead of trial after she was indicted on charges of mailing packages last year that were designed to kill, transporting explosives and other criminal counts.

Trump Goes After First Lady Michelle Obama for First Time

Michelle Obama Dresses as Beyoncé for Birthday Photo Tribute

The former first lady joined 17 other women in a tribute to the singer on her birthday that also aims to raise money for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

Black UFC Fighter Rescues Man with Confederate Flag from Harvey Floodwaters

“He wanted to take the flag with him, and he just apologized and said, ‘Man, I’ll sit in the back of your truck,’” Derrick Lewis said.

Prosecutors Ask Court to End Texas County’s Cash Bail for Misdemeanors

Prosecutors Ask Court to End Texas County’s Cash Bail for Misdemeanors

The amicus brief, joined by the sheriff of Harris County, said defendants who stay in jail because they cannot afford bail risk losing their jobs and homes for crimes such as traffic violations.

Texas Teacher Gives Student ‘Most Likely to Become a Terrorist’ Award

Texas Teacher Who Gave ‘Terrorist’ Award to Student Fired

Other awards given to students included “most likely to blend in with white people” and “most likely to be homeless in Guatemala.”

Texas Teacher Gives Student ‘Most Likely to Become a Terrorist’ Award

Texas Teacher Gives Student ‘Most Likely to Become a Terrorist’ Award

The Anthony Aguirre Junior High teacher also gave a Black student a “Most Likely to Blend in with White People” award.

"White Lives Matter" protest

Armed ‘White Lives Matter’ Group Protests at NAACP in Houston

Organizer Ken Reed said amid Confederate flags, "Obviously we're exercising our Second Amendment rights but that's because we have to defend ourselves."