The allegations of sexual misconduct against the Republican presidential candidate are stacking up.
David McCraw, vice president and assistant general counsel for the NYT, isn't afraid of a lawsuit and issued the best response to Trump's threat, writing, "We welcome the opportunity to have a court set him straight.”
A number of women have come forward after Trump denied having ever been inappropriate with women during the presidential debate, five days after a tape surfaced in which he bragged about kissing and groping women without their permission.
The federal government is taking steps to make public data on violent police encounters readily available.
Chicago Police Department Introduces Revamped Excessive Force Policy Following Laquan McDonald Shooting
Two years after the 17-year-old was struck 16 times when an officer opened fire, the Chicago police department is making changes.
More Black women are seeking professional help to discover healing and wholeness. See how mental health professionals have transformed lives and how to find the right support for you.
As a member of the pop girl group Fifth Harmony, Normani Kordei Hamilton didn’t feel the sting of being “the only one” until a perceived snub of one of her Latina groupmates made her a cyberbullying target for racist trolls. The 20-year-old singer opens up about how she navigated the hate and came out stronger.
The leaked salary information sheds light on how the wage gap between race and gender persists at all levels.
This, you have to see to believe.
A Howard University activist is rounding up her peers to monitor the polls this November.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Calls Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem Protest ‘Really Dumb’
The Notorious RBG isn’t one to mince words.
The singer will tell her side of the story in the Lifetime biopic "Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le," premiering this Saturday
In one of the posts shared on Instagram, Kelly Forostiak referred to her students as "little assholes," which has left parents and the community outraged.
The nation's third-largest school district won't see a strike after all.
The United Nations organization appeals for $120 million to help Haiti recover from Hurricane Matthew.
'The Talk' co-host says Parker has "given his life to Christ," "become a better person" and questions why the media chose to discuss his case now.