NAACP Head Steps Down After Race ControversyHoward University graduate and leader of the NAACP in Spokane Rachel Dolezal is facing calls to step aside after her parents said the 37-year-old activist falsely portrayed herself as black for years.
Judge Awards Court Fees in Racial Profiling CaseA Maryland judge has granted full court costs and attorney fees to plaintiffs in a case seeking records of racial profiling complaints against the Maryland State Police.
NAACP Calling For Gun Control Measures Following Shooting Deaths Of 2 NYPD OfficersThe NAACP is calling for gun control measures following the shooting deaths of two New York police officers.
Christie: 'I Would Rather Die Than Be In The United States Senate'Gov. Chris Christie's appearance at the NAACP's annual state conference has drawn mixed reviews.
NAACP to Hold Rally on Missouri Police Shooting The Anne Arundel County branch of the NAACP is holding a rally to protest the deaths of Missouri's Michael Brown and Maryland's Kendall Green.
NAACP: Baltimore Convention Not a Done Deal The NAACP says the site of its 2016 national convention, reported to be Baltimore, has not yet been selected.
NAACP to Hold National Convention in Baltimore The NAACP says it will hold its 2016 national convention in Baltimore.
NAACP: We Notified Shinseki, McCain About Phoenix VA Hospital Last YearRev. Oscar Tillman says his letters, written over a year ago, went unanswered.
Head of NAACP in Los Angeles Quits Amid Fury Over Honoring Donald SterlingThe president of the Los Angeles chapter of the NAACP has resigned following outrage over a decision he later reversed to give Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling an award for promoting civil rights.
NAACP: Sterling's Lifetime Ban Isn't Enough, Want To Meet With SilverSeveral civil rights organizations are applauding the NBA for its lifetime ban of Clippers owner Donald Sterling because of racist comments the league says he made in a recorded conversation.
Marijuana Bills, Civil Rights on Week's Agenda Two bills that would decriminalize marijuana will get their first hearing Tuesday in a Senate committee.