The Trump administration renominated an openly lesbian leader of the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
And what the president can nevertheless learn from the museum.
Kaepernick still hasn't been signed.
The sites will be located in the greater Chicago, Detroit, St. Paul and Salt Lake City areas.
A judge's sign-off is still needed to make the settlement effective
Mississippi voters and lawmakers have upheld that the state flag, which features the Confederate emblem, should be upheld, but the U.S. Supreme Court may get the final word.
Eric Dreiband once defended Abercrombie & Fitch in an employment discrimination case brought by a Muslim woman who alleged the company would not hire her because of her head scarf.
A veterans group has said the White House memo shows how the president has "embraced hate."
Affordable housing facility will welcome LGBT seniors, homeless youth.
The filmmaker's latest documentary cuts through the mythology surrounding baseball's greatest pioneer while connecting the dots between the Civil Rights era and today.
The Thirteenth Amendment, outlawing slavery, was passed 150 years ago this week.
Boggs helped organize the 1963 march in Detroit with Martin Luther King, Jr.
From Trayvon Martin to Rekia Boyd, moderate conservatives have stressed order over justice.
The councilman reportedly claimed DOJ draft proposals for police and court reform would bankrupt the city.
Generational neglect, demonization and the stigma that American society has attached to blackness go a lot deeper.
Margaret Pagan's call to action started while she was attending college in the 1960s.
Michael Brown’s death prompted the investigation.
Hating minority groups like Muslims is alien to America’s culture of tolerance.