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Park Service Cancels Funding for Project 'Honoring Legacy' of Black Panther Party

The National Park Service is no longer providing funding for a controversial project "honoring the legacy" of the Black Panther Party after outrage that the agency would spend taxpayer dollars to memorialize a group that murdered a park ranger in the 1970s.

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Armed Philadelphia Antifa Group Formed to Target Police

The group currently hosts anti-police workshops called “Our Enemies in Blue.” The group draws inspiration from convicted murderers and calls for violence against the police, theft of goods, and armed insurrection.

Man Convicted of Killing NYPD Officer in 1981, Dies in Jail

A convicted cop-killing militant who went to jail for shooting two NYPD officers and killing one on a Queens street in 1981, has died, officials said Monday.

Man Convicted of Killing NYPD Officer in 1981 Dies in Jail

A convicted cop-killing militant who went to jail for gunning down two NYPD officers on a Queens street in 1981, has died.

New Jersey Supreme Court Reverses Parole of Cop Killer

The New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday reversed a lower court decision ordering the parole of a man convicted — along with longtime fugitive Joanne Chesimard — in the 1973 murder of a New Jersey state trooper.

Beyoncé's Super Bowl Activism Was Misguided

Ms. Knowles paid tribute to the violent Black Panther Party and Mario Woods, a man recently released from state prison, on parole for armed robbery, who used a knife to slash a random innocent person.

Man Wanted for 1971 Cop Killing Says He Wants to Return from Cuba

The 1971 shooting in which Hill is accused occurred during a traffic stop on a stretch of Interstate 40 west of Albuquerque known as Nine Mile Hill on Nov. 8. Hill and his two accomplices – Michael Finney and Ralph Goodwin (both now deceased) – belonged to a black militant separatist group known as Republic of New Afrika. They were headed east from California with a car loaded with weapons for the movement.

Video: Black Panther Leader Tries Use-of-Force Scenarios, Changes Tune

As the head of Houston's New Black Panther Party, Quanell X has led years of protests against police use of force. But in a training exercise at the Missouri City (Texas) Police Department, he saw the view from inside the line of fire.

FBI Say New Black Panthers May be Instigating Violence in Ferguson

Chawn Kweli, National Chief of Staff for the NBPP is in town, along with other members, to respond to the shooting of Michael Brown.

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Reward Doubled to $2M for N.J. Trooper's Killer

The reward for the capture of a 1970s black nationalist who killed a New Jersey trooper doubled to $2 million on the 40th anniversary of the crime. The FBI also named Assata Shakur to its Most Wanted Terrorists.