Russian security forces raided gay clubs and bars across Moscow Friday night, less than 48 hours after the country’s top court banned what it called the “global LGBTQ+ movement” as an extremist organization.
There are six minority head coaches, including three who are Black.
Hughes Van Ellis was the youngest known survivor of the Tulsa Race Massacre. He was just 6 months old when he and his family escaped what is widely considered one of the most stark examples of racial violence in American history.
A federal agency has sued the restaurant chain Chipotle, accusing it of religious harassment and retaliation after a manager at a Kansas location forcibly removed an employee's hijab, a headscarf worn by some Muslim women.
The new stained glass windows at the Washington National Cathedral fill the space that once held four windows honoring Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.
On the 50th anniversary of Billie Jean King's match against Bobby Riggs — still the most-watched in tennis history — King moves toward becoming the first female individual athlete to be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal.
Thousands converged on the National Mall on Saturday for the 60th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington.
As the nation commemorates the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.'s iconic "I Have a Dream" speech continues to resonate and inspire renewed efforts toward achieving the dream of equality for all.
Other modern public figures have used coded language around race, but few at Trump's level have shown such a consistent pattern of deploying racist language and tropes.
Pop and R&B sensation Ne-Yo appeared to reverse course for a second time regarding his stance on children receiving gender transition treatments.
Henrietta Lacks' cancer cells changed the course of modern medicine after they were taken from her without consent or knowledge. The cells were the first living human cells to ever survive and multiply outside the body.
New laws targeting LGBTQ+ people are proliferating in GOP-led states, but the conversations often lack a clear understanding of how many people will be directly affected.
The Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley National Monument will be located across three sites in Illinois and Mississippi and will be federally protected places.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, who is 81, is stepping down as president from the civil rights group he founded more than 50 years ago, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition.
This weekend, national organizations and local organizers across the nation have planned events to mark 10 years of Black Lives Matter.
Leading up to his 90th birthday Sunday, the civil rights icon urged people to obey the Ten Commandments to reduce crime, saying older generations should lead.
It's a milestone in Bud Light's months-long sales decline since early April, when critics who were angered by the brewer sending a commemorative can to transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney vowed to boycott the brand.
The Southern Baptist Convention has refused to welcome Saddleback Church back into its fold, rejecting an appeal by the California megachurch over its February ouster for having women pastors.
With a Supreme Court decision expected on whether the Voting Rights Act will be reinforced or further eroded, people involved in the push for voting rights 60 years ago believe their struggles were worth it.
More than half of people polled said seeing LGBTQ people in ads makes them "more comfortable with people who are different than themselves."