The minority of Trump voters who said they would not vote for him again gave varying reasons in interviews for why they had changed their minds.
The New York Police Department is in the midst of outfitting all patrol officers with body cameras by the end of 2019.
The complaint alleges Uber engaged in “pervasive and ongoing discrimination” because people in wheelchairs can use only a few dozen of its more than 58,000 vehicles in the city.
New report shows that while more men use seed crowdfunding than women, women are more successful in reaching their finance goals than men in all sectors and geographic regions across the globe.
The storylines of NBC's hit TV show resonated with viewers across the country.
During Healthcare Technology Management Week, Sodexo CTM leadership prepared and packed celebration boxes for hardworking technicians.
BASF is only one of 12 companies that made it to CDP's Supplier Water A list.
Eagles DL Chris Long: If My ‘Dirty Mullet’ Wasn’t a Problem, Then Colin Kaepernick’s Afro isn’t Either
The defensive lineman comes to Kaepernick’s defense after Michael Vick haircut mention heats up.
In my expert opinion, Deloitte’s phasing out of its business resource groups is a big mistake.
One email has an image of white people in “safari gear taking pictures of several Black individuals who are trying to break into a car,” a report states
Overwhelmingly White and Male Leadership Team at Ogivly & Mather Creates a Sexist Ad for Overwhelmingly White and Male Led Audi
Yet another shot to the foot for the incredibly anti-diversity ad agency business.
The company reinforces commitment to hiring nation’s transitioning veterans and military spouses through an innovative recruiting approach.
The White House did not offer any details on why Trump would not speak to the 108-year-old civil rights group.
One officer seen in the video has been suspended, while the two other officers have been placed on administrative duty, the Baltimore Police Department said at a news conference on Wednesday.
Turner’s Cartoon Network launches an initiative in Asia to encourage kids programming.
The CBO estimated the number of uninsured would rise by 17 million next year alone if the Affordable Care Act were to be scratched without a new healthcare plan.
Su is the EY Greater China Transaction Advisory Services Leader, Shanghai.
The stakes are high in Texas, which has an economy larger than Russia’s.
The partnership works toward increasing the economic and environmental resilience of farming families.
Nielsen Music released its annual mid-year report.
Despite legitimate circumstances when police cannot turn on cameras, the Minneapolis shooting illustrates the need to boost training and compliance.
Leading retail chain Walmart has apologized for allowing a third-party seller to list a racial slur in the product description of a hair product.
However, the U.S. attorney’s office said it was assessing if there were “possible federal civil rights offenses warranting investigation and potential prosecution.”
Rock-throwing protests erupted after the shooting, which came at a time when the Justice Department was already investigating the Albuquerque police force over accusations of using force on civilians.