The Greek philosopher Heraclitus held that the universe is in a constant state of change. His nation went on to produce lots of yogurt, which is always changing, as well.
Nine students–including seven minors–are suing deputies from the Worth County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia after they allegedly conducted “unreasonable, aggressive, and invasive” searches.
Back in March, Breitbart News Editor in Chief Alex Marlow went on NBC’s Today show and claimed that “absolutely, without a doubt” the right–wing site once run by Trump adviser Steve Bannon has been unfairly demonized for its racist and xenophobic content. That caused some eyes to roll.
The state of Arkansas was scheduled to execute eight of its Death Row inmates in 11 days, starting this week. As of Thursday, all eight of the executions have been put on hold. (UPDATE: The Arkansas Supreme Court sided with the state in a crucial ruling on Thursday. See more details below.)
Baltimore residents wanted it—particularly those whose communities for too long have been ravaged by police misconduct and brutality. City council members wanted it. The mayor and police commissioner wanted it, too.
On Equal Pay Day, I asked women how they learned they were making less than a man with the same job. A few patterns emerged, which is one of the reasons we should share stories like this in the first place.
Someone vandalized one of the only things Donald Trump feels any emotion for on this planet: his golf courses.
If you were wondering whether North Carolina’s recent move to ostensibly repeal HB2, its notoriously transphobic “bathroom bill,” was maybe, actually, not so good, let this put your curiosity to rest: former Governor Pat McCrory, who signed HB2 into law just over a year ago, is thrilled that the LGBTQ community “lost…
On Monday, President Trump met with President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt, a military general-turned-dictator. They did not talk about human rights in Egypt, but they did shake hands because he is not German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
New York City is reportedly preparing a plan to close the Rikers Island jail complex, one of the most notorious—and most notoriously troubled—penal facilities in the country.
On Thursday night, President Donald Trump released a short video on Instagram about Making America Great Again by "enlisting the full potential of women."
Undocumented immigrants are now worrying about turning up to apply for green cards due to fears they will be arrested, according to a report from WBUR on Thursday.
A group of immigration attorneys in Oregon say their 21-year-old client was picked up by immigration officials on Sunday and is now locked up without his wheelchair and medication to control his bipolar disorder.
Speaking to reporters on Thursday afternoon, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper tooted his own horn for signing toothless legislation that ostensibly rolls back the state’s disastrous House Bill Two, while actually strengthening discrimination against LGBTQ people in the state.
This week, we were treated to a horrifying little factoid about Vice President Mike Pence, courtesy of The Washington Post.
Authorities at the University of Central Florida are investigating whether a Facebook event urging people to "Help dirty illegals meet their fate at the hands of La Migra" is a prank, or something much worse.
Last night’s very special episode of Black-ish, titled “Richard Youngsta,” featured domestic abuser and admitted stalker Chris Brown as its titular character, a young hip-hop artist who turns to Andre’s (Anthony Anderson) PR firm to help him produce an ad campaign for champagne.
Just over one year after North Carolina Republicans rammed through a transphobic "bathroom bill" in a last-minute legislative session, lawmakers from that state have announced plans to repeal the notorious House Bill 2.
NEW YORK—The mood in the room was upbeat. Day one of the Convening of Sanctuary Cities, the first meeting of its kind, had brought together dozens of local elected officials, advocates, and legal experts to pick at fruit plates while sharing strategies to work against the White House’s sweeping immigration agenda. Law…
President Donald Trump has a new thorn in his side: the federal judge in Hawaii who just indefinitely extended a hold on the president's revamped Muslim travel ban.