Contrary to initial indications, the civil-rights division of the Department of Justice won’t be dismantling affirmative action after all.
A.R. Bernard, head of the 37,000-member Christian Cultural Center, announced that he has submitted a formal letter to Trump announcing his withdrawal.
To me, the evidence is clear that implicit bias is still prevalent in today’s workplace, even after years of federal and state laws that make discrimination illegal.
The death toll from a devastating landslide and flooding that hit Sierra Leone earlier this week has risen to nearly 500, according to hospital officials.
Pakistani police have detained and imprisoned a teenager for allegedly burning pages of the Quran outside a shrine, according to officials.
New research shows that poor Black and Hispanic students get a leg up academically by attending a less segregated school, but the results come with a significant downside.
How insurance companies use a Florida law to get undocumented immigrants arrested and deported when they get injured on the job — and what it means in Trump’s America.
After Trump’s remarks appeasing White nationalists marchers in Charlottesville, Virginia, prominent business leaders left his advisory councils. But his evangelical advisors remain.
The city’s removal of Confederate statues in the dead of night was Baltimore’s latest attempt to make peace with the ghosts of the Civil War.
Over the past year, far-right activists–which some have labeled the “alt-right”–have gone from being an obscure, largely online subculture to a player at the very center of American politics.