The bill would levy a $25 fine for first-time offenders.
Moments of courage, strength and rebellion in the fight for feminism.
The Health and Human Services Department announced the creation of a division to enforce protections for religious health care workers, but activists worry that it could lead workers to opt out of helping LGBT patients and those seeking abortions.
"There's a lot of fear that we are sliding back, that the worst times may come again."
Civil Rights Leader and Georgia Representative John Lewis said Sunday that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would not have approved of the current state of Trump's America.
Chance the Rapper and Stephen Curry joined the former president for a public service announcement for My Brother's Keeper, a federal initiative Obama launched in 2014 to help boys and young men of color.
Two Confederate monuments, one of which celebrated a rebel general and possibly the Ku Klux Klan’s first grand wizard, were removed Wednesday night in Tennessee.
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.
Mississippi sends the message that black Americans need to “toughen up” or “move out of the state,” if they are offended by the Confederate flag, according to a legal brief filed to the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday.
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."
Sidney Blumenthal writes that HBO should base its what-if history “Confederate” on what really happened
The online music store and promotional platform makes 15 percent from all digital sales, and 10 percent from all merchandise sales on the site.
“During the ’60s and ’70s, art was beautifully done, but there was no violence.”
Distribution remains one of the biggest challenges for African-American artists.