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Black Women Leaders Demand Representation in the DNC

Black Women Leaders Demand Representation in the DNC

“Investing in Black women's political leadership is a solid return on investment,” the women said in a letter to Democratic Party Chair Tom Perez.

Up to 600,000 Immigrants in South May Have Path to Legal Status

Up to 600,000 Immigrants in South May Have Path to Legal Status

The largest portion of those possibly eligible have a credible fear of persecution in their home country that could form the basis for an asylum claim.

ACLU Sues in U.S. Court Over Immigration Detention

ACLU Sues in U.S. Court Over Immigration Detention

From April 1-22, an average of 36,235 immigrants were in detention per day, according to the most recent statistics provided by ICE.

Antipsychotics in Autistic Children Being Prescribed Without Behavior Modification

Antipsychotics in Autistic Children Being Prescribed Without Behavior Modification

A recent study shows that doctors are quick to prescribe medication not in combination with behavioral therapy.

Memorial Day: Wyndham’s Flag Display Honors Sacrifice of U.S. Military Members

Memorial Day: Wyndham’s Flag Display Honors Sacrifice of U.S. Military Members

More than 400 flags were placed on the company’s campus.

Altria Employees Receive Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers Award

Altria Employees Receive Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers Award

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility recognizes the outstanding achievements of young Hispanic professionals in corporate America.

KPMG Breaks Ground On $400M Learning, Development, Innovation Facility In Lake Nona

KPMG Breaks Ground on $400M Learning, Development, Innovation Facility in Lake Nona

The company plans to hire at least 330 new employees in the state of Florida.

The Climate Corporation Acquires HydroBio

The Climate Corporation Acquires HydroBio

HydroBio, an agriculture software company, will enhance efforts to deliver industry-leading digital technologies to farmers around the world.

White Neo-Nazi Fascists Recruited on Campus Where Black Student Was Killed

White Neo-Nazi Fascists Recruited on Campus Where Black Student Was Killed

Richard Collins III was murdered on the University of Maryland’s College Park campus where American Vanguard distributed racist propaganda.

Denver Finds Creative Way to Protect Immigrants

Denver Finds Creative Way to Protect Immigrants

A tweak in a local law will shield some of the city’s residents from deportation.

Gay Rights in China Get Fillip from Taiwan Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Gay Rights in China Get Fillip from Taiwan Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Wednesday’s decision, the first such ruling in Asia, cements Taiwan’s position as a beacon of liberalism in the region.

Trump Budget Cut Bid Would Make it ‘Impossible’ for U.N.: Spokesman

Trump Budget Cut Bid Would Make it ‘Impossible’ for U.N.: Spokesman

The Trump proposal cuts about a third from U.S. diplomacy and aid budgets, or nearly $19 billion.

Uber Underpaid NYC Drivers for Over Two Years

Uber Underpaid NYC Drivers for Over Two Years

More bad practices emerge from Uber, which owes its NYC drivers at least $45 million.

Cox: New Ways Affordable Technology is Enhancing Business Communication, Collaboration

Cox: New Ways Affordable Technology is Enhancing Business Communication, Collaboration

"The difference between 200 years ago and today is that we’re seeing more of a connectivity revolution than an industrial one," writes Segal.

Abbott Launched Community-Led Campaign to Lower Risk of Disease, Malnutrition in India

Abbott Launches Community-Led Campaign in India to Lower Risk of Disease, Malnutrition

Abbott assists two villages near its facility in Gujarat in obtaining basic sanitation facilities.

Boeing Launches New Nacelle and Flight-Control Surface Exchange Program

Boeing All-Electric Satellite for SES to Improve In-Flight Connectivity

Built for SES of Luxembourg, the 702 satellite is Boeing’s fifth with all-electric propulsion; design includes metallic 3-D printed parts.

Richard Collins III

Second Lt. Richard Collins III Was a Victim of Domestic Terrorism

The soldier lost his life in America’s ongoing battle with racism.

New Orleans Mayor Delivers Powerful Speech on Removal of Confederate Monuments

New Orleans Mayor Delivers Powerful Speech on Removal of Confederate Monuments

“These monuments purposefully celebrate a fictional, sanitized Confederacy, ignoring the death, ignoring the enslavement and the terror that it actually stood for.”

Trump Targets Disability Assistance — Already Strained — for Deeper Cuts

Trump Targets Disability Assistance — Already Strained — for Deeper Cuts

Access to programs serving low-income and Americans with disabilities will be even more limited under the White House’s proposed budget.

Trump Budget Cuts Food Stamps, Medicaid

Trump Budget Cuts Food Stamps, Medicaid

Loyal supporters among those most hurt.

Texas House Approves New Voter ID Bill After Setbacks in Court

Texas House Approves New Voter ID Bill After Setbacks in Court

Critics contend the measure backed by the Republican-dominated lawmakers will still exclude minorities.

Leader of Moderate Republican House Group Resigns Over Healthcare

Leader of Moderate Republican House Group Resigns Over Healthcare

Rep. Tom MacArthur of New Jersey told group members during a weekly meeting he was stepping down in the wake of efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Chicago Launches Ad Campaign to Counter Trump’s Immigration Efforts

Chicago Launches Ad Campaign to Counter Trump’s Immigration Efforts

The advertising was designed on a pro-bono basis by the ad agency Ogilvy Chicago and uses city-owned public-service advertising space, therefore coming at no cost to taxpayers.