Michael Phelps Teases More About His 'Exhilarating' Shark Week ‘Race’Phelps said, "I guess it was more exhilarating than really anything that maybe I’ve done outside of a pool, and I think that was something that surprised me the most."
NBA Gets High Grades Again For Race, Gender HiringA diversity report shows the NBA "significantly ahead" again in professional sports in racial and gender hiring practices.
Black Girls Seen As 'Less Innocent' Than White Girls, Study FindsAccording to a study by Georgetown University, black girls are seen by adults to need less nurturing, support and comfort than white girls.
Groups March For State Of Emergency On Race RelationsA coalition of advocacy groups will march to urge officials to support a state of emergency declaration in light of several alleged race-related events in Maryland.
American University Release Video; Person of Interest in Racial Hate CrimeAmerican University in Washington D.C. releases surveillance video of a person of interest in a racially motivated hate crime.
NFL Receives Overall B Grade In Latest Diversity Report CardThe NFL received a high grade for its racial hiring practices and a C+ for its gender hiring efforts in 2016, according to a diversity report released Wednesday.
Baltimore Sun Poll Shows Who's Leading In The Race For Baltimore MayorA new poll by The Baltimore Sun and the University of Baltimore shows that two mayoral candidates are locked in a virtual tie and surging ahead of other candidates.
Dozens Of Sail Boats In The Inner Harbor For Good CauseFor more than a quarter century, a competition has been making waves up and down the East Coast--and the tradition continues this week.
Race For Mayor Of Baltimore Now A Field Of 4The race for mayor of Baltimore is now a field of four. Two candidates have announced they will run and two more have actually filed with the Board of Elections.
NAACP Chapter President Steps Down Amid Race ControversyRachel Dolezal claimed to be an African American woman, though her parents say she's not.
Md. High Court Takes Records Case Involving Racial SlurMaryland's highest court has agreed to hear a case involving the state's public records law and whether it requires state police to turn over records involving a trooper who used a racial slur.
Mom Files Lawsuit In Md. Man's Shooting DeathThe mother of an unarmed man fatally shot in Maryland last year is suing the Air Force sergeant who killed her son in a racially charged case that set off rallies demanding justice.