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Republicans Urge Trump to Enact Discriminatory Executive Order

U.S. Judge Allows First Transgender Person to Sue Under Disability Law

Kate Lynn Blatt is the first transgender person to be allowed to sue under the Americans with Disabilities Act for gender dysphoria.

New York City Police to Wear Body Cameras under Labor Settlement

Nevada Likely to Become Second State to Require Police Body Cameras

The body camera requirement mandates that the devices be turned on any time police investigate a crime or stop a citizen.

Muslim Bans Concern Students

Muslim Bans Concern Students

In 2015, at least 35 percent of graduate students at U.S. universities granting graduate degrees in science, engineering and health were foreigners, according to the National Science Foundation.

Marriott's David Rodriguez on 'C-Suite Dreams'

Marriott’s David Rodriguez on ‘C-Suite Dreams’

"Literally, not getting enough quality sleep is putting your career at risk by interfering with your ability to cultivate healthy relationships," writes Rodriguez.

Bayer: 100 Young Leaders Chosen to Help Address Global Food Security Challenges

Bayer: 100 Young Leaders Chosen to Help Address Global Food Security Challenges

The Youth Ag-Summit will take place Oct. 9-13, 2017 in Brussels, Belgium.

Juliana Ernst New Head of Media Relations at BASF

Horvat Succeeds Oswald as Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BASF SE

Horvat is chairman of the Works Council of BASF SE and of the BASF Group Works Council.

Dave Chappelle is ‘Sorry’ for Giving Trump a Chance

Dave Chappelle is ‘Sorry’ for Giving Trump a Chance

The widely popular comedian said he regrets rooting for President Donald Trump on a “Saturday Night Live” appearance.

Sheriff Who Called BLM Terrorists to Take Homeland Security Job

Sheriff Who Called BLM Terrorists to Take Homeland Security Job

Sheriff David Clarke made the announcement on a radio show, but DHS said that “no such announcement” has been made yet.

U.S. Judge Blocks Federal Move Against Immigration Lawyers

U.S. Judge Blocks Federal Move Against Immigration Lawyers

Unlike criminal court, people fighting deportation in U.S. immigration courts are not guaranteed the right to an attorney.

Officer Acquitted in Death of Terence Crutcher

Officer Acquitted in Death of Terence Crutcher

Jurors were visibly emotional and some cried when the verdict was read by the judge some nine hours after they began deliberating.

Chicago Police Finalize Tighter ‘Use of Force’ Rules

Chicago Police Finalize Tighter ‘Use of Force’ Rules

Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said the use-of-force policy changes include new prohibitions on force that is discriminatory or employed as punishment.

Texas Lieutenant Gov. Threatens Special Session for Bathroom Bill

Texas Lieutenant Gov. Threatens Special Session for Bathroom Bill

Dan Patrick defended the bill, saying: “This has never been about discrimination. It is about common sense, common decency and public safety.”

Most U.S. Troops Kicked Out for Misconduct Had Mental Illness: Study

Most U.S. Troops Kicked Out for Misconduct Had Mental Illness: Study

Sixty-two percent of servicemembers discharged for misconduct during the fiscal years 2011 through 2015 had been diagnosed within the previous two years with conditions including PTSD, traumatic brain injury or another condition.

Wells Fargo sets up artificial intelligence team in tech push

Wells Fargo Launches ApprenticeshipUSA Program for Veterans

Wells Fargo is one of the first financial industry services companies to offer the program to veterans.

Sodexo: Military Dining and Quality of Life

Sodexo: Healthcare Services Using ‘Big Data’ in Healthcare FM: A Growing Trend

Big Data is likely to play an increasing role in helping hospitals stay ahead of the curve in the ever-changing healthcare industry.

Leveraging Your DiversityInc Ranking in the Marketplace

Leveraging Your DiversityInc Ranking in the Marketplace

Sodexo has ranked in the DiversityInc Top 10 of nine consecutive years. In this webinar, the company shares how it leverages its ranking to engage with potential recruits, current and prospective clients.

Marcus Samuelsson, EY Link Up for ‘Harlem EatUp!’

The annual food festival has amplified local businesses and fostered a spirit of entrepreneurship within Harlem in New York City.

Only Black People are Racist, Civil Rights Made Them Lazy, Says Big Trump Donor

Only Black People are Racist, Civil Rights Made Them Lazy, Says Big Trump Donor

A former employee has filed a lawsuit against Robert Mercer, who said the Civil Rights Act of 1964 “infantilized” Blacks by dissuading them from working.

Police Sergeant Tasers Handcuffed Black Man in Same Town Jordan Edwards Was Killed

Police Sergeant Tasers Handcuffed Black Man in Same Town Jordan Edwards Was Killed

Despite changing demographics in its population, the town’s police department remains majority-white.

Trump Asked Comey to End Michael Flynn Investigation: Source

Trump Asked Comey to End Michael Flynn Investigation: Source

The alleged Comey memo caused alarm on Capitol Hill and raised questions about whether Trump tried to interfere with a federal investigation.

Groups Seek Removal of Kentucky Judge over Views on Gay Adoption

Groups Seek Removal of Kentucky Judge over Views on Gay Adoption

Judge W. Mitchell Nance said he would refuse to hear cases involving lesbian, gay or bisexual adults hoping to adopt children.

New Orleans Crews Begin Removing Statue of Confederate General

New Orleans Crews Begin Removing Statue of Confederate General

The crowd of onlookers was about evenly divided between statue supporters and opponents.

Nielsen’s Diverse Leadership Network Brings Business Solutions To Diverse-Owned Business

Nielsen’s Diverse Leadership Network Brings Business Solutions to Diverse-Owned Business

During a recent case study competition, four teams of diverse performance management professionals competed to develop high-impact, profit-building solutions.

TD Bank Names Chris Giamo Head of Regional Commercial Bank

TD Bank Supports New York City Nonprofit Growth with Nearly $461 million in Funding

The funding helped support key renovations, real estate transactions, municipal services and more for organizations.