The personal papers and photographs of a civil rights icon are available to the public for the first time.
Selma is a film with not so much a message for our time but stands out, fifty years after the events it dramatizes, as a reflection of it.
Leelah Alcorn left a wrenching note on Tumblr calling out her parents for not accepting transgender individuals.
Once filled with hope, gays in India are now living in fear.
America's race problems are front-page news from London to Baghdad, and trumpeted to the remotest mountaintops via Arab-language radio and TV.
Hundreds of civil rights lawyers from across America are descending on Ferguson, Missouri as police and protesters prepare for a grand jury decision on whether to charge the officer who killed an unarmed black teenager in August.
But Obama did initially hire him for his candor…what did he expect?
Justice Department to Launch Broad Civil Rights Investigation into Ferguson Police: Attorney General
The investigation will not focus on the specific incident of Michael Brown's shooting, but will examine past claims of racial profiling and excessive use of force
The City paid $30,000 in a 2013 settlement stemming from Pantaleo's behavior
As Martin Luther King Jr.'s children fight over whether or not to sell his Bible and Nobel Peace Prize medal, a judge says he'll secure the items until the dispute is resolved.