Comcast NBCUniversal’s Juan Otero: Diversity & Inclusion Have Always Been at the Heart of My Journey
Otero talks with DiversityInc about his new position, the importance of mentoring and sponsoring, and offers career advice.
Suzi Russell-Gilford, a tax partner at PwC, gives advice to women on how to respond to "What Does Your Husband Do?" Russell-Gilford also explains why it's never safe to assume facts about someone's personal life.
Will the Democratic Party give Black women the support they deserve?
Aaron Rich is suing for defamation, saying conservative figures and media have behaved with “reckless disregard for the truth.”
Life in one village in Mali shows the challenges people face in an area where malaria is common.
Prudential's landmark study on millennials provides answers.
Mastercard teamed up with Brazilian retired professional footballer Pelé — the world's greatest player.
The Wells Fargo Foundation will provide grants to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Birmingham and REV Birmingham Inc.
Hours after the attorney general's announcement, protesters interrupted a city council meeting, chanting "Stephon Clark" as his brother Stevonte sat on the table in front of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg.
Daniels' lawyer also asked to depose Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen, whom Daniels is suing for defamation.
Former Justice John Paul Stevens, who sat on the country's highest court for 35, is one of the highest-profile legal figures to join the national debate.
A medical student at the school had accused William Strampel, the 70-year-old former dean of its College of Osteopathic Medicine, of forcible sexual contact.
Opponents of a Census question about citizenship status say it could further discourage immigrants from participating in the count, especially when they are already fearful of how information could be used against them.
"He was murdered by two white racist police officers. He was murdered like an animal," Sterling's aunt, Veda Washington-Abusaleh, told reporters.
It also took nine years for Lawrence McKinney to be exonerated.
Reany, Division VP and General Manager at ADP – New Ventures, advises on how to succeed in innovation roles including learning from failure and letting go of the single-hero syndrome.
“The fact that we even have to clarify this is proof of how democracy continues to be fractured by people who manipulate and fabricate the truth,” said Phillip Picardi, chief content officer for Teen Vogue.
“You could have clearly Tased him. He wasn't trying to hit you. He wasn't trying to shoot you. He wasn't trying to do anything,” said the victim’s sister.
"There is simply no way to spin it, the Trump-Pence administration is going all in on its discriminatory, unconstitutional and despicable ban on transgender troops," Chad Griffin, president of the Human Rights Campaign, said in a statement.
Republican Pennsylvania Congressman Bows Out of Re-election Bid, Boosting Democrat Hopes of More Wins
Costello's announcement comes on the heels of a Democrat upset in a special congressional election March 13, in an area handily won by Trump in 2016.
Stormy Daniels had implied Trump lawyer Michael Cohen was behind a threat of harm if she did not "leave Trump alone."
Tucked into a $1.3 trillion spending bill Congress passed last week were modest improvements to background checks for gun sales and an end to a ban on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention studying the causes of gun violence.
British consultancy Cambridge Analytica allegedly gained access to Facebook users' information to build profiles of American voters that were later used to help elect Trump in 2016.