George Zimmerman Says He's $2.5 Million In Debt, Has No IncomeGeorge Zimmerman, the man who was acquitted of killing Trayvon Martin, claims he is not in the best financial situation.
George Zimmerman Charged With Threatening Private InvestigatorGeorge Zimmerman, the Florida man acquitted in the death of Trayvon Martin, has been charged with misdemeanor stalking.
Trayvon Martin Awarded Posthumous Degree In ScienceTrayvon Martin was awarded a posthumous Bachelor's Degree in aviation five years after he was fatally shot in central Florida.
FMU To Award Trayvon Martin Posthumous DegreeFive years after he was shot to death by a neighborhood watch volunteer in an Orlando suburb, Trayvon Martin will receive a posthumous college degree.
Trayvon Martin's Parents May Try Out PoliticsThe parents of a Florida teenager whose death sparked a national debate over the controversial 'Stand Your Ground' law may run for political office.
George Zimmerman Accused Of Using Racial Slur In Florida Bar Deputies reportedly ordered George Zimmerman out of a central Florida bar after he accused a black customer of hitting him then used a racial slur.
Trayvon Martin's Parents Are Releasing A Book About Their SonThe parents of Florida teen Trayvon Martin whose killing sparked a nationwide conversation on white violence against African-Americans will pen a book.
George Zimmerman Attacked In Sanford RestaurantGeorge Zimmerman was attacked in a Sanford restaurant after talking about why he shot Trayvon Martin in 2012.
Trayvon Martin’s Mother Speaks Out At DNCThe mother of Trayvon Martin took center stage at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night.
Hillary Clinton Speaks To Trayvon Martin Foundation, Talks Gun ControlHillary Clinton spoke Saturday night at the Circle of Mothers event supporting the Trayvon Martin Foundation.
Clinton To Speak At Trayvon Martin Foundation EventHillary Clinton is expected to make an appearance at the Trayvon Martin Foundation event in Ft. Lauderdale.
Trump, Clinton Speeches To Highlight US Divisions On Guns Presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton - on opposite sides of the gun debate - will court various voters in events meant to highlight the U.S. divide on the matter.