Pitts: Challenged by the hope of my elders
Leonard Pitts Jr. says he is worn down by the latest betrayal of black people in America: the mistrial of Walter Scott's killer.
Police coming under scrutiny
Police must recognize that there is a perverted pattern of behavior within their ranks, and it reveals itself most dishonorably when minorities are involved.
After Walter Scott, something has to change
After Walter Scott, something has to change.
Walter Scott: Just another isolated case?
How long will conservatives claim that the killings of black men by police are isolated incidents?
Walter Scott, killed by S.C. officer, served in Coast Guard at Curtis Bay
Walter Scott, the 50-year-old unarmed black man who was killed by a white police officer in North Charleston, S.C., this week, previously served for two years in the U.S. Coast Guard at Curtis Bay in Baltimore, the agency said Thursday.