The tidying expert is launching an online course to help people defeat clutter as they spend more time at home.
China is shifting from detaining Uighurs in makeshift public buildings to constructing permanent mass detention facilities, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute alleges.
“The criminal justice system is a pipeline, and it has leaks all along the way,” Dr. Mary Koss told HuffPost.
Civil rights groups and local governments sued over concerns a shortened census would lead to an undercount, especially in communities of color.
The KHive aims to amplify and support the Democratic vice presidential nominee, but some of its members have crossed the line from ardent fandom to overt harassment.
The director of 2019's "The Farewell" has called for greater representation behind the camera, especially in filming the story of the celebrated pianist's life.
Immigrant characters are still disproportionately shown in storylines involving crime, a study finds.
“Defendants ruthlessly beat him, injuring his neck, and twice subjected him to painful tasings that burned his body,” Bakhodir Madjitov's lawsuit reads.
For the first time, Wizards of the Coast offered Asian fans of the popular fantasy game a public venue to express themselves.
A Washington Post report shows most of the money given to the Department of Defense to fight coronavirus went to defense contractors.