Stockton is making unconditional payments to 125 residents, and the first set of results is out.
The lawsuit, filed by the Center for Immigration Studies -- which the Southern Poverty Law Center deems a hate group -- was tossed by a federal judge.
The conservative commentator lit up Twitter with his comment insulting people who need multiple jobs to pay the bills.
The employee, Matthew Q. Gebert, allegedly oversaw a chapter of a white nationalist group and hosted white nationalists at his home.
The previously unreported role of Russian intelligence in creating and fostering one of the most insidious conspiracy theories to arise out of the 2016 election is disclosed in “Yahoo News presents: Conspiracyland."
Food access is a systemic issue with racial, cultural and socioeconomic roots, so let’s not assume that a grocery store will solve the problem.
Battered by poverty, discrimination and climate change, Native Americans on the Pine Ridge Reservation are raising homes – and hope – for the next generation.
If you've never had to make these kinds of decisions, you’re not in a position to judge.
Women may be forced to leave work to take care of their kids, sometimes waiting years for spots to open up in local schools.
Fulton became a passionate gun control and anti-poverty activist after the shooting death of her unarmed teenage son.
The extreme abortion bill that was signed into law Wednesday is just the latest troubling development.
The group protested the author Jonathan Metzl's book reading on the same day a white supremacist gunned down worshippers at a synagogue.
The 28-year-old Australian reportedly smirked and made the "OK" symbol as he was charged with murder.
The American Family Act would dramatically improve family life. Are Democrats selling it short?
Democratic presidential candidates are getting behind some big ideas.
YouTube still carries videos featuring the neo-Nazi hate monger, and Amazon still sells his books.
Those who hawk advice for a living often put their own financial interests ahead of yours.
Two new bills hope to increase regulations and remove the plate that a lawmaker says has fed over $1 million "to an extremist hate group.”