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On Wednesday, four women publicly shared that Trump groped them.

"When I said {All Lives Matter} I didn’t know about the movement going on between {Black Lives Matter}. I want to apologize for my mistake!," the tweet read.

Rachel Dolezal, the former Spokane NAACP president who resigned after it was revealed she was passing as Black for years, will speak at a Martin Luther King Day celebration in Cary, North Carolina.

"When she gets knocked down, she doesn’t complain. She doesn’t cry foul," Michelle Obama said while incredulously tapping her microphone.

Naylor won the National Book Award and the American Book Award for her debut novel, which was later turned into a mini-series helmed by Oprah Winfrey.

Authorities involved in Keith Lamont Scott's shooting investigation refuse to release over two hours of footage captured by police dash cam cameras.

President Barack Obama again defended Colin Kaepernick's right to protest during CNN's presidential town on Wednesday night.

In the two-minute spot, the former Miss Universe says she felt victimized by Trump on numerous occasions.

Rep. Robert Pittenger, a North Carolina congressman, expressed regret for inflammatory statements he made on live television in which he said Charlotte protesters "hate white people because white people are successful and they're not."

Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick spoke out on a photo that appeared to show the two NFL players in each other's faces.

The Baltimore County police officers who shot and killed Korryn Gaines after an hours-long standoff in August will not face charges, according to Gaines' family attorney J. Wyndal Gordon.