“The senator is here to talk about the contributions fighters like you have made to history,” Rep. Ayanna Pressley told the protesters at Clark Atlanta University.
The provost detailed the professor’s discriminatory views, but said letting him go would violate First Amendment rights.
A publicly funded retirement home in Vesoul, France, reportedly told a nun she needed to stop wearing religious clothing to be admitted.
The "Scandal" actor dropped a freestyle for Twitter that would make Issa Rae proud.
Pete Souza compared Trump's notes with Obama's.
"Unlike most of the graduates of the Trump clown academy, Miller is actually effective, his work has a real impact on people’s lives."
The CNN host called Buttigieg "a great candidate," but said he doesn't yet "have the touch" on racial matters.
The senator may have had the line of Wednesday night's presidential debate while criticizing Biden for his opposition to legalizing marijuana.
The rapper has said he finds some of King Nebuchadnezzar's woes very relatable.
The MORE Act passed with bipartisan support in the House Judiciary Committee.
The late rapper was fatally shot outside his store, Marathon Clothing, in March.
"People have to stop taking the Black community for granted," Nina Turner told HuffPost at a Sanders fundraiser in Georgia.
On Transgender Day of Remembrance, we honor the 22 transgender and gender non-conforming people killed so far this year.
And when it was pointed out that Tubman was Black, the executive offensively dismissed the concern.
Lizzo stands as the year's most-nominated artist ahead of the ceremony, which will be hosted once again by Alicia Keys.
The Miramar, Florida, mayor had promised to fight for the "American dream," but voters didn't rally behind him.
They joined the Laker Girls cheerleaders for the halftime show against Oklahoma City Thunder.
The unnamed white teenage girl had a notebook with detailed plans to kill worshippers at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Gainesville police say.