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How This Racially Tone-Deaf Ad Made Cavs Owner Dan Gilbert’s Week Worse

How This Racially Tone-Deaf Ad Made Cavs Owner Dan Gilbert’s Week Worse

The businessman team owner admits “We screwed up” after his company posted “dumb” slogan. 

White House Interns Overwhelmingly White and Male: Photo

White House Interns Overwhelmingly White and Male: Photo

A photo of the White House interns under the Trump administration still appears to over represent the majority white, male Republican Party.

Anti-LGBT Day

Anti-LGBT Day

President Trump’s attack on the LGBT community was threefold on Wednesday.

Republican Effort to Gut Obamacare Ends in Defeat

Republican Effort to Gut Obamacare Ends in Defeat

Three Republican senators crossed party lines to join Democrats in a dramatic 49–51 vote to reject the bill.

Texas House Approves Bill Targeting Sanctuary Cities

U.S. House Boosts Military Spending, Gives Trump Border Wall Money

Funding for the wall was tucked into a wide-ranging national security appropriations bill at the last minute by Republican leadership.

Massachusetts Immigrant Ruling Could Guide Other States: Official

Massachusetts Immigrant Ruling Could Guide Other States: Official

The state ruled that police cannot detain undocumented immigrants solely to give federal authorities time to take them into custody.

From a Church Sanctuary, Colorado Woman Resists Deportation

From a Church Sanctuary, Colorado Woman Resists Deportation

Rosa Sabido has been battling to stay in the United States for most of the last 30 years.

Sodexo Takes a Bold Step in its Corporate Responsibility Journey with Better Tomorrow 2025

Sodexo Takes a Bold Step in its Corporate Responsibility Journey with Better Tomorrow 2025

"Better Tomorrow 2025 is the latest evolution reflecting the current environmental and social challenges," said Michel Landel, CEO of Sodexo.

Novartis: People are Happier, More satisfied with Their Lives After Cataract Surgery

Novartis: People are Happier, More Satisfied with Their Lives After Cataract Surgery

Newly released survey findings shed light on the daily challenges associated with cataracts and the emotional benefits of improved vision after surgery.

Boeing Engineers Read Historic Letters: Women Make Us Better

Boeing Engineers Read Historic Letters: Women Make Us Better

Boeing is dedicated to increasing the number of women in STEM careers worldwide.

Mastercard’s Raja Rajamannar: Our People Are Powered by Possibilities

"We’re empowering financially underserved communities to move into the mainstream economy and helping small businesses compete, grow and thrive," writes Rajamannar

Gay Workers Not Protected from Discrimination, Justice Department Says

Gay Workers Not Protected from Discrimination, Justice Department Says

Trump administration continues discriminating against LGBTs; meanwhile, EEOC provides a very different viewpoint.

From ‘Fresh Prince’ Star to Black History Advocate, Karyn Parsons is Making a Difference

The actress talked with DiversityInc about her organization’s mission of educating children on historic Black figures.

Tim Ryan: 'PwC Stands for Inclusion, Acceptance, Equal Opportunity for All'

PwC Expands its Analyst Team in Asia

Jacqueline Heng joins PwC's Analyst Relations team.

Transgender Soldiers, Veterans Shaken by Trump’s Ban on Their Service

Transgender Soldiers, Veterans Shaken by Trump’s Ban on Their Service

“The bottom line is that this does great harm to people who simply want to serve their country,” said retired Col. Sheri Swokowski, the highest-ranking openly transgender veteran.

Kaiser Permanente Partners with Barbershop to Bring Flu Shots, Preventive Screenings to Baltimore

Kaiser Permanente Partners with Barbershop to Bring Flu Shots, Preventive Screenings to Baltimore

“This first-of-its-kind initiative is part of Kaiser Permanente’s commitment to closing health disparities and reaching the entire community,” said Bernadette Loftus, MD, associate executive director, The Permanente Medical Group.

LGBT Abuse Victims Face Discrimination When Disclosing Abuse: Report

South Carolina Court Rules Domestic Violence Laws Cover Same-Sex Couples

The ruling stemmed from a case in which a woman, named as Jane Doe in the court filings, was denied a protective order against her former fiancée.

Hilton's Neda Fatani: Celebrating World Youth Skills Day

Hilton’s Neda Fatani: Celebrating World Youth Skills Day

“This industry is such a great one for young people just starting out in their careers,” writes Fatani, assistant convention manager at Hilton Makkah Convention Hotel.

Australian Woman Shot by Cop Raises Questions About Body Cam Effectiveness

Minneapolis Orders Stricter Police Body Cam Rules

The new policy, which goes into effect Saturday, will require officers to turn on cameras anytime they are dispatched to a call or undertake any self-initiated activity.

Poverty, Jobs and Debt Drive Migrants to Suffocating Texas Truck

Poverty, Jobs and Debt Drive Migrants to Suffocating Texas Truck

Migrants who sought entry into the U.S. in the back of a sweltering truck thought the risk was worth the reward if they could find work in America.

Abbott: From Summer Camp To Future Stem Leaders

Abbott: From Summer Camp to Future Stem Leaders

For the second year, nearly 40 Abbott volunteers shared their passion for, and expertise in, science and engineering with local youth.

A neuropathologist examined the brains of 111 N.F.L. players — and 110 were found to have C.T.E., the degenerative disease linked to repeated blows to the head.

Study: CTE Found in 99% of Brains from Deceased NFL Players

All but one — a neuropathologist discovered 110 out of 111 brains donated from NFL players have CTE, a neurodegenerative brain disease caused by blows to the head.

No Transgender People in Military, Says Trump

No Transgender People in Military, Says Trump

Transgender people in the military would cause “too much disruption” along with “tremendous medical costs,” the president tweeted Wednesday morning.

Sessions Sets Limits on Federal Funding for Sanctuary Cities

Sessions Sets Limits on Federal Funding for Sanctuary Cities

AG Jeff Sessions on Tuesday released a memo restricting Justice Department grants from going to so-called sanctuary cities that do not cooperate with federal immigration agents.