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Television Continues to Slight People with Disabilities

Television Continues to Slight People with Disabilities

The number of characters with disabilities has improved but remains “shameful” when compared to real-life demographics, according to one disability activist.

U.S. Ends Program for Central American Minors Fleeing Violence

U.S. Border Officials Violated Court Orders on Muslim Ban: Watchdog

Customs and Border Protection officials “had virtually no warning” that Trump was issuing his Muslim ban, according to DHS Inspector General John Roth.

1 in 3 Adults to Avoid Talking Politics over Holiday Season

1 in 3 Adults to Avoid Talking Politics over Holiday Season

The poll found that a majority of Americans consider politics to be among their least favorite topics to discuss in mixed company over the holidays.

Immigrant Workers Have Tripled Risk for Heat-related Death

Immigrant Workers Have Tripled Risk for Heat-related Death

The risk is greatest among Hispanic immigrants and those between ages 18 and 24.

Special Report: Lead Poisoning Lurks in Scores of New York Areas

Special Report: Lead Poisoning Lurks in Scores of New York Areas

Areas of high lead exposure risk remain throughout New York, America’s largest and richest city.

Cancer Survivors Often Living with PTSD

Cancer Survivors Often Living with PTSD

Six months after diagnosis, 22 percent of cancer patients reported symptoms of PTSD in clinical evaluations.

Lower Medicaid Fees Linked to Scarcer Primary Care Appointments

Lower Medicaid Fees Linked to Scarcer Primary Care Appointments

Reductions in Medicaid funding that lead to lower physician fees will compromise patient access to primary care providers.

Trump Supporter Threatens to Kill Rep. Maxine Waters, Faces Felony Charge

Anthony Scott Lloyd said he was angered by Waters' criticism of the president.

Trump calls for Lynch suspension if anthem protest continues

Marshawn Lynch’s Mother Fires Back at Trump

“What NFL team do Trump own? Oh yeah they wouldn’t let him have one!” said Delisa Lynch after the president’s Twitter fingers took a jab at her son.

Trump: Father of UCLA Player in Shoplifting Case Is ‘Ungrateful Fool’

Trump: Father of UCLA Player in Shoplifting Case Is ‘Ungrateful Fool’

In another tweet, Trump took sole credit for getting LiAngelo Ball out of a long-term prison sentence.

Olympic Gold Medalist Douglas Says Doctor Sexually Abused Her

Olympic Gold Medalist Douglas Says Doctor Sexually Abused Her

“I didn’t publicly share my experiences as well as many other things because for years we were conditioned to stay silent and honestly some things were extremely painful,” Douglas wrote on Instagram.

Roy Moore’s Sexual Misconduct ‘Common Knowledge’ Locals Say

Trump Defends Moore

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other prominent lawmakers have pressed Moore to quit the race.

Second U.S. Judge Halts Trump Ban on Transgender Troops

Second U.S. Judge Halts Trump Ban on Transgender Troops

A judge ruled that the ban lacked justification and “cannot possibly constitute a legitimate governmental interest.”

Haitians in U.S. Malign Trump Decision to Send Them Back Home

Haitians in U.S. Malign Trump Decision to Send Them Back Home

The United States offered Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, to Haitians after a January 2010 earthquake killed some 300,000 people and devastated a country that has long been the poorest in the Americas.

Justice Department Threatens to Sue Harvard over Admissions Policies

Justice Department Threatens to Sue Harvard over Admissions Policies

The Justice Department cited a 2015 lawsuit that charges Harvard’s affirmative action policies discriminate against Asian American applicants.

Humana Elects Dr. Karen DeSalvo to Board of Directors

“Karen’s extraordinarily varied and successful career in medical practice and health administration will be a tremendous addition to Humana’s Board," said Chairman of the Board Kurt J. Hilzinger.

Wells Fargo sets up artificial intelligence team in tech push

CSD Learns Awarded $75,000 Grant from Wells Fargo

Foundation to create financial educational resources in American sign language.

Abbott, North West London Pathology Partner For Diagnostics Products and Services

Abbott’s Top Engineer Receives Advocating Women in Engineering Award

Corlis D. Murray shares why she recruits and fosters STEM talent.

PwC’s 2017 Holiday Outlook: Young Gen Z

Young Gen Z consumers forge their own path.

How to Be the Best Mentee

Wyndham’s Joanne Morreale: How to Be the Best Mentee

Morreale, VP of Global Enterprise Applications, advises to speak up if you're not getting what you need from a mentoring relationship.

TIAA SVP and CHRO Talks Mentorship, Sponsorship

TIAA SVP and CHRO Talks Mentorship, Sponsorship

From the importance of mentoring to becoming a high potential, Skip Spriggs offers valuable career advice.

How to Differentiate Yourself as a High Potential

How to Differentiate Yourself as a High Potential

EY’s Diana Solash gives advice on how to build trust to become a high potential.

Chevrolet: African American Parents Share What Makes Holiday Road Trips Memorable

From the ideal length to choice of vehicles, parents revealed their preferences.

Anti-LGBT Lawmaker Wesley Goodman Resigns After ‘Inappropriate Behavior’ with a Man

The Republican Ohio state representative has previously been accused of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old.