Diversity & Inclusion
Acting Commissioner Steve Miller resigns after outcry over IRS’s targeting of conservative nonprofits.
A sergeant is charged with abusive sexual contact and running a prostitution ring, the latest blemish to the U.S. armed forces.
Black women are 49 percent less likely than white women to get tested for the mutated genes, but the Affordable Care Act should close that disparity.
Fewer Black males were enrolled in their first year of medical school than were enrolled 32 years ago.
As two more international students are arrested, use caution to avoid stereotyping.
‘I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m Black. And I’m gay.’ With those words, Jason Collins made history.
The President tries to counter criticism that his Cabinet is not diverse enough.
The president told Planned Parenthood that both he—and the Affordable Care Act—support women’s reproductive rights.
Former Congressman, whose Senate bid was ruined, hasn’t ruled out a return to politics.
The Air Force General who threw out a sexual-assault conviction should be dismissed, according to an advocacy group.
One in five military women have been sexually harassed or assaulted. Can a “zero tolerance” policy help?
Alumnus Eddie Jordan pledges to rebuild the morale of the basketball team after the firing of coach Mike Rice for abuse and homophobic slurs.
As the NFL draft gets started, the league has started diversity training for recruits and employees to improve cultural competence for gay players.
With almost 180 people having major disabilities as a result of the Boston attack, how can workplaces be more disability-friendly?
Some are calling for Dzokhar Tsarnaev, an American citizen, to be treated as an enemy combatant with little or no right to due process.
The fear of a foreign threat could cause lawmakers to delay plans to overhaul U.S. immigration policies.
Here are four things to know about the surviving Boston Bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The Boy Scouts took a half-hearted step toward inclusion today, announcing plans to allow gay members but not leaders. Here’s why it’s too little, too late.
Only 2–5 percent of LGBT college athletes are out. In light of the Rutgers scandal, we asked experts why the NCAA isn’t doing more to create inclusive coaches and teams.
A new study on Alzheimer’s and Blacks didn’t use the same protocol normally followed with clinical trials of whites.
The furor over the “Accidental Racist” song by Brad Paisley and LL Cool J could have been avoided with some guidance from those being stereotyped.