"We need to move past this controversy, and we want to do that together with our players," NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a letter to team owners.
India Landry, 17, chose to sit during the pledge 200 times prior to being sent home, according to the lawsuit.
College campuses haven’t been immune to a surge of hate speech and violence over the past year. BuzzFeed News found 154 incidents at more than 120 campuses nationwide.
Nurse Alex Wubbels was not criminally charged in the incident.
Houston's police chief confirmed that the 60-year-old officer died on Sunday after he became trapped by floodwaters.
Some white supremacists called the deadly Charlottesville rally a success, and are gearing up to hold more rallies. Police say they're preparing for them.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh also told organizers, "Boston does not welcome you here. Boston does not want you here. Boston rejects your message."
Jerry Drake Varnell, 23, allegedly told undercover FBI agents he wanted to carry out an attack like the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing by Timothy McVeigh.
Jeffrey Lord was let go just hours after he tweeted "Sieg Heil!”
There is "insufficient evidence" to charge officer who shot and killed Terrence Sterling, federal investigators concluded.
Calling his chief of homeland security "one of our great stars" at an event to highlight his crackdown on gangs and illegal immigration turned out to be a prophetic moment prior to naming his White House chief of staff.
The defendant charged in the case involving the drugs shown in the video was scheduled to go to trial this week. The case has been dropped.
The new charges are part of a long-running investigation into the MS-13 gang by local police and the FBI.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said drug prevention messages "from the 1980s and 1990s" will work again to stem the opioid crisis.
Police are investigating whether a 35-year-old man who died after a fight this week was targeted in a possible hate crime because of his sexual orientation.
BuzzFeed News reviewed more than 50 reports of school bullying since the election and found that kids nationwide are using Trump’s words to taunt their classmates. If the president can say those things, why can’t they?
On Saturday, Katie McHugh tweeted: "There would be no deadly terror attacks in the U.K. if Muslims didn’t live there. #LondonBridge."
In court filings Friday, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman claims that Exxon used a "sham" process to mislead its shareholders about the cost of green house gas emission regulations on the company while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was CEO.
The truck driver was allegedly yelling racial slurs at a group of young people at a birthday party before running over two men, killing one. A 31-year-old suspect was arrested Tuesday.
More than two years after the deadly encounter with a 12-year-old playing with a pellet gun, Cleveland police officer Timothy Loehmann's employment has been terminated.