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Gun Sales Loophole Targeted

A woman who lost her mother and two cousins in the shooting massacre in Charleston, South Carolina, made a dramatic ...

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Pursuing Justice: Non-unanimous Verdicts Steeped in Racist Past

Operating the criminal courts of today based on the racist and xenophobic attitudes of nearly a century ago would strike ...

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Our Stories Matter

A new campaign to bring more multicultural history into local classrooms is drawing support.

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Nonprofits’ Spending under Cloud

Roy Jay, a prominent African American business leader and community advocate, is firing back against an Oregon Department of Justice ...

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Racial Equity Progress

Racial equality legislation moved at a record pace in Oregon last year, but more engagement will be needed to advance ...

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Moved to Act

President Barack Obama moved Tuesday to use his executive authority to require all gun sellers to register as dealers — ...

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Police Reform Activists Stunned

A court ruling giving a Portland Police officer his job back after he was fired for killing an unarmed black ...

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Cosby Forms a Defense

Prosecutors accuse him of plying former Temple University employee with pills and wine before sexual assault 12 years ago.

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Mass Casualty Mystery

It wasn't long ago that a Portland woman arrested in a deadly Las Vegas Strip sidewalk crash seemed to be ...

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Cannabis Club Owners Scramble

A group of Portland cannabis club owners is scrambling to figure out how to keep their doors open after recently ...

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Ali and Abdul-Jabbar Speak Out on Trump

Legends criticize Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump's proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States.

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Cold Case Murders Confronted

A long-standing tension between police and black residents when it comes to witnesses coming forward is being addressed with a ...

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Activists Profiled

Racial justice activists in Portland and across the state are left wondering if they too have been illegally profiled by ...

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Black Lives Matter Supporters Targeted By Online Surveillance in Oregon

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum says one of her investigators has been put on paid leave after she learned he ...

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Challenging Expectations

A renewed partnership between African-American students and Portland Police is giving a large contingent of youth and officers an opportunity ...

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