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Netflix Acquires Film About 1969 LAPD Raid of Black Panther Party Headquarters

“The Stand Off” will show the hours-long raid from the perspective of the activists and the police.

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Boy Sues LAPD Officer Who Allegedly Assaulted Him

The incident was caught on tape.

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Protestors Demand Charges for LAPD Officer Caught on Tape Shooting Gun Near Teens

Witnesses say the off-duty officer was upset that a girl walked across his grass.

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Black Cop Takes on Crooked Boss in 'Training Day' Television Series

The new race-swapped series, based on Antoine Fuqua’s 2001 film of the same name, premieres tonight on CBS.

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Several Mosques Receive Same Threatening Letter, CAIR Calls for Federal Probe

The letter, which threatens that President-elect Donald Trump will “do to you Muslims what Hitler did to the Jews,” was sent to mosques from Rhode Island to California.

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Police Commission Orders More Transparency for LAPD

The civilian board voted to revise the Los Angeles Police Department’s de-escalation, use of force and officer-involved shooting video release policies.

Family of Jesse Romero to Sue City of Los Angeles for Killing Teen

Jesse Romero, 14, was fatally shot by an LAPD officer in August.

Community Mourns #JesseRomero, the 14-Year Old Killed by LAPD for Alleged Graffiti-Writing

Police say the Boyle Heights boy allegedly fired at them while running away. But one witness says the gun went off when Romero tossed it against a fence during the pursuit.

Philly and Los Angeles' First Black Police Head Dead at 72

Willie Williams joined the LAPD in the aftermath of the Rodney King beating and 1992 riots. 

WATCH: Captivating Debut Trailer for 'O.J.: Made in America'

ESPN’s upcoming O.J. Simpson documentary premieres on ABC on June 11. 

19 Years Later, Biggie's Murder Remains Unsolved

Christopher “Biggie” Wallace was killed in a drive-by shooting on March 9, 1997. 

Today Marks 25 Years Years Since LAPD Officers Beat Rodney King

We couldn’t think of a more relevant #TBT

CBS Greenlights Pilot for 'Training Day' Series With Race-Swapped Leads

Antoine Fuqua, director of the original film, will helm the upcoming series. 

President Obama Tells Cops Why the Black Lives Matter Movement is Important

President Barack Obama: “The African-American community is not just making this up, and it’s not just something being politicized; it’s real and there’s a history behind it.”

Black Lives Matter, ACLU Call out LAPD for Trampling First Amendment Rights

Plus, LAPD officers started wearing body cameras yesterday.

LAPD Clears Officers Who Killed Ezell Ford

LAPD investigation says officers used justifiable force against Ezell Ford. Civillian Police Commision will make final decision.

The Art of Masculinity

In two new shows, the artists Kehinde Wiley and Alex Donis lift up–and sometimes subvert–ideas of black and brown manhood.

LAPD Holds Back Shooting Victim Ezell Ford's Autopsy

Ford’s mother says her 25-year-old son was lying facedown on the ground when he was shot in the back by police.

After Dorner's Allegations of Racism, LAPD Chief Now Says He Can't Review Fired Cops' Cases

The LAPD is trying to tie up loose ends after Ex-LAPD cop Christopher Dorner went on a shooting rampage in February, and called out the LAPD for rampant racism.

Another Black Ex-LAPD Cop Writes Manifesto, Says He Understands Dorner

Joe Jones wants to make it clear he doesn’t support Chris Dorner, he just wants to share his own experience working for the LAPD. On Monday, the former officer posted a note on Facebook detailing experiences he had while in the police department and the hacktivist group Anonymous went on to circulate the manifesto more widely.