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Trayvon Martin

Kate Steinle

For millions of earnest and frustrated Americans, there is no justice today. Not in California, at least. On Thursday night, a San Francisco jury failed to...

Some news stories are like Rorschach tests in that, irrespective of the facts of the cases, they inspire journalists, pundits, and politicians to ride all...

This weekend the nation is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington. The event is supposed to coincide with the completion of...

Attorney General Eric Holder never uttered the words “Trayvon Martin” or “George Zimmerman” in his remarks today at the convention of the Urban League in...

Today, Barack Obama delivered an unexpected 18-minute talk on the verdict in the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case. The remarks were heartfelt, and interesting, and worth...

In response to my post on the George Zimmerman trial and the left's reaction to it, I heard from some people I know who felt like...

In a week in which accusations of racism have become the hottest topic in the public square, it was probably smart for the publishers of...

Four days into the post-Zimmerman trial verdict era—which many in the media have already dubbed the post-post racial era of American history—a small but interesting...

On Monday, Attorney General Eric Holder, in addressing the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, reiterated that the Department of Justice is considering filing federal...

After two days of silence on the part of the jurors in the George Zimmerman murder trial, one member of the panel that voted to...

Monday’s New York Times editorial on the case of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman is a sorry piece of work. The editorial board says that the...

One of the remarkable elements of the coverage of the George Zimmerman murder trial is the way things have come full circle in the last...