The driver said Friday that he filed a police report after one of the customers threatened to punch him in the face.
The lawsuit alleges that admission policy changes to Thomas Jefferson High School in Virginia discriminated against the school's Asian-American applicants.
Herb Washington, who owned 13 restaurants (27 at one point), agreed to drop his lawsuit and no longer be a franchise owner as part of the settlement agreement.
Community leaders told federal government officials in Houston that the proposal to remake 24 miles of Interstate 45 would harm Black and Latino neighborhoods.
Dustin Boone, a former St. Louis police officer, faces sentencing for role in attack on undercover Black detective during protest.
The law "was motivated at least in part by an unconstitutional intent to target African American voters," judges wrote in the majority opinion.
William T. Lavell, who teaches chemistry at Camden County College, filed a lawsuit claiming he is paid $50,000 less annually than Black professors.
Twitter has raised the possibility of dropping its image-cropping algorithm, after it repeatedly cropped a Black man's face out of a picture, favoring a white man's face instead.
Orlando Hall's execution is scheduled for November 19 at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana, the Department of Justice said.
People develop new behaviors by copying what they see, not by being told what to do.
In an independent report filed Thursday, an investigator into practices at the Prince George County Police Department found that the department had "inadequate" policies about racial discrimination and harassment.
Student Krystal Davis-Dunn posted pictures on Facebook after coming across the display inside the gift shop at the university's Wharton Center for Performing Arts in East Lansing, Michigan.
"Have you seen some of the Facebook posts of some of our suspended officers right now?" the sergeant told CBS News.
"For the paying customers who go in with their kids, do you really want to deal with a mass of homeless people or whoever is in there? Could be drug addicted—you don't know when you're there with your kids paying for the services of the place."
More than 8,000 Starbucks stores will be closed across the U.S. Tuesday for unconscious bias training with nearly 175,000 employees.
Training is slated to begin in late January or February 2018, though New York City's mayor repeatedly lauded the impact the training has already had last year.
The victim, who was returning from school, had just stepped off of a public bus.
An increasing amount of research shows that BMI and weight are not necessarily the main indicators of a person's health.
The new rules would require cities to look for racial bias in housing practices.