Articles by: Kaitlyn D'Onofrio
Kaitlyn D'Onofrio is associate editor at DiversityInc.
Advertisers are finally saying no to Google’s lack of accountability for its content.
The bill has failed to satisfy conservatives, who still seek to slash certain health benefits. Revisions will still leave millions uninsured as well as further cut Medicaid.
Negotiations will likely result in cuts for mental health services, maternity care and addiction treatment and severely impact low-income Americans.
Judgments on the sizes of white and Black men “were consistently biased,” even when the men were the same size, the study’s lead author reported.
“It is impacting on our ability to deal with other countries, and to deal with the issues related to our national security,” said Former Defense Secretary and CIA Director Leon Panetta.
“I’m deeply disappointed that it’s under these circumstances that we begin our hearings.”
Julia will be the first new Muppet added as a permanent character in the show in a decade.
Company grapples with several sexual harassment/assault allegations, executive exits. Continues to refuse diversity data requests.
An event organizer called it “sad but responsible” to cancel Philadelphia’s largest Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Many people who trusted President Trump during his campaign would be negatively impacted by his proposed budget plan.
HBCUs and Pell grants will receive no additional funding, will Pell grants in fact losing their reserve funding entirely.
LGBT organizations asked Senate Judiciary Committee to “interrogate” Gorsuch and his "threat to the LGBT community."
Constance Hollinger violated protocol when she failed to relay that the gun Rice was holding was “probably fake.”
Two judges blocked Trump’s revised Muslim ban, using the president’s own comments against him.
The Congressional Budget Office’s report has even left some Republicans doubting the American Health Care Act.
“There’s no place for this sort of deplorable act in our community,” a local councilman said of the vandalism.
The revised executive order “will cause severe and immediate harms,” according to a complaint filed Monday.