Civil rights veteran Robert L. Woodson Sr. has been a national leader on community development for decades, but Nikole Hannah-Jones says the only reason he’s in demand is because of her.
Christian children’s home sues Biden administration over rollback of Trump-era religious protections
A Christian children’s home Thursday sued the Biden administration after the Department of Health and Human Services reversed religious-freedom exemptions granted during the Trump administration.
The Army investigated more than 30 allegations of “racially-motivated violent extremism” in the ranks during the first nine months of 2021, while Marine Corps officials looked into 25 reports of extremist incidents linked to anti-government or anti-authority activity.
It’s the holiday season again and time to decide where to shop based on people’s skin color — or so says Black Lives Matter.
The city of Chicago dropped its lawsuit Wednesday against the police union in its fight over city employee COVID-19 vaccine orders, saying the complaint became unnecessary as more officers complied.
Minnesota on Thursday reported an omicron case in a person who recently traveled to New York City for an anime convention, marking the second known instance of the variant first detected in South Africa and another sign the strain is probably lurking in several corners of the U.S.