A new report claims the New York Police Department is using a dubious database to profile and crack down on Black and brown youth.
The "Star Wars" actor took herself offline after experiencing months of online harassment.
The host of "A Little Late" ripped so-called "fairness creams" in a bit about makeup.
The attacker choked the Uber driver while shouting derogatory comments about the victim's "dark skin," Indian heritage, and turban, police say.
New legislation from Reps. Jesús “Chuy” García, Ayanna Pressley and more would decriminalize border crossings and limit the “prison-to-deportation” pipeline.
The popular name for baby boys is a way for Muslim families to honor Islam's final prophet, the Prophet Muhammad.
Myanmar's Swe Zin Htet says she hopes to push for LGBTQ equality in her home country, where queer people have limited rights.
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In reality, the crackdown on Asian-run spas leads to the criminalization of migrant sex workers.
A sailor fatally shot two people and injured a third before killing himself earlier this week at the Hawaii Navy base.
Utah's Rep. Chris Stewart claims his bill will “bridge that gap” between preventing discrimination and allowing religion to inform individual decisions.
The State Department instituted a rule in May requiring U.S. visa applicants to register their social media handles.
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"We said we would give the best life for however much time she had."
The new arrivals, who were living in a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, now have a chance to start over in Italy.
Investigations into the trafficking networks have reportedly stalled due to pressure from government officials fearful of hurting Pakistan’s lucrative ties to Beijing.
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This woman I’d poured so much of myself into was sliding toward death ... so I did the only thing I could think to do.
My parents never made a big show of complimenting my skin the way others had.
It was the only day of the year my parents closed their Chinese restaurant to share their American dreams with me and my four siblings.
Scott Warren says his religious beliefs compelled him to provide water to migrants who are suffering in the desert along the U.S.-Mexico border.