The coronavirus pandemic has brought to the forefront some unfortunate realities of American life.
An activist at La Verne University who claimed to be the target of racism has been charged with perjury and filing false police reports.
Ted Cruz railed against Nike Tuesday, asking supporters to help him find a less "woke" pair of shoes after the company pulled a Betsy Ross inspired design.
Kardashian West appeared to have her arm around Kevin Cooper, a black man who is now on death row at San Quentin prison for the 1983 murders of Doug and Peggy Ryen, their 10-year-old daughter Jessica and an 11-year-old neighbor named Chris Hughes.
In a new book, the author tells the story of critically lauded black photographer Ernest Withers, highlighting new evidence about the death of MLK in 1968.
Nerds against diversity are trying to hijack entertainment again.
Players are divided over the idea.
Sonja Sohn of "The Wire" makes her directorial debut in a documentary about the city she could never really leave.
The French writer was featured in Friday's Google Doodle.
The first minister-to-be accused the Conservatives of leaving women worse off, arguing that women bear the brunt of benefit cuts