Friday morning, Mitch Landrieu launched the non-profit E Pluribus Unum, alongside 'Divided by Design,' a study detailing the various racial issues the American South is still facing.
The Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman is demanding that the House hold a vote in order to start a formal inquiry.
Anita Hill, who accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment during his 1991 confirmation hearing, is seeking real change.
The Maryland Democrat is being honored and remembered on Thursday as he lies in state at the National Statuary Hall.
Jaime Harrison saw a boost in donations in the 24 hours since Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) agreed that the impeachment process was a "lynching."
Daniel Pantaleo, who was fired from the NYPD for his role in the death of Eric Garner, filed a lawsuit on Wednesday fighting his termination.
The law, which mandates that couples seeking a marriage license disclose their race, violated the 14th Amendment, a federal judge ruled.
Aaron Dean, 34, was booked into the Tarrant County Jail and is being held on a $200,000 bond.
The family from Chester Township now plans to take legal action against the police, after family members were arrested twice in two days.
Biles is now two medals away from beating Vitaly Scherbo's all-time record for most medals at won at a world championship.
Craig Schaid came under scrutiny after offering to help Montgomery residents sell their houses if they were unsatisfied with the election results.
The Army veteran and civil rights attorney is running to be Mississippi’s next attorney general, determined to empower and defend the people of her state.
The parents of the Willard Elementary School student, unsatisfied with the response so far, are demanding more action from the school.
The 2020 presidential candidate, who recently suffered a heart attack, insisted that he will get back to "a very vigorous campaign."
Parents of the Piper High School, Kansas, volleyball players said that they were greeted with monkey noises and racial comments.
The U.S. Women's Gymnastics team also held on to its winning streak, bringing home the gold from worlds for the fifth consecutive time.
The 78-year-old senator acknowledged that he was "dumb" not to listen to his body or the symptoms he was having.
House Democrats are considering having the whistleblower testify at a different location, and hiding the person's voice and appearance.
Deandre Somerville, 21, spent 10 days in jail after being found in contempt of court but will no longer have a criminal record.