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TD Bank Names Chris Giamo Head of Regional Commercial Bank

TD Bank Names Chris Giamo Head of Regional Commercial Bank

Giamo joined TD Bank in 1998 as the head of its middle market lending group in New Jersey.

Bernice King MLK tribute

Martin Luther King’s Daughter Says ‘God can triumph over Trump’

Bernice King stands by Rep. John Lewis. Tells churchgoers "Don't be afraid of who sits in the White House."

U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.)

Trump Attacks Civil Rights Leader Who Questioned His Election Win

Calls Rep. John Lewis "All talk ... no action" despite Lewis' brutal 1965 beating by police in Selma, Ala., while seeking voting rights.

Sen. Dick Durbin

Threat of Trump Deportation Forces Lawmakers to Protect ‘Dreamers’

“The DREAMers ... are not competing with Americans for a slice of the pie, they are helping to bake a bigger pie.”

First Intersex Birth Certificate Issued In United States

First Intersex Birth Certificate Issued In United States

Sara Kelly Keenan says she uncovered “a 30-year lie” when she discovered she was intersex.

Woman Charged with Hate Crime After Racist Rant on Facebook Live

Woman Charged with Hate Crime After Racist Rant on Facebook Live

Is Facebook responsible for its technology being used as a vehicle for hate?

Revolutionary College Tuition Plan Unveiled in New York by Gov. Andrew Cuomo

Free College Tuition for Households With Less Than $125k Household Income

New York's Gov. Andrew Cuomo picks up Bernie's promise.

U.S. in Deal to Reform Baltimore Police After Freddie Gray Death

U.S. in Deal to Reform Baltimore Police After Freddie Gray Death

The Justice Department investigation followed the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray while in police custody.

Senate Approves Measure Launching Obamacare Repeal Process

Some U.S. House Republicans Doubtful Ahead of Vote to Begin Obamacare Repeal

Democrats accused Republicans of rushing to scrap Obamacare without yet having a firm replacement plan.

Fast-food Workers Protest Trump's Labor Secretary Nominee Andrew Puzder

Fast-food Workers Protest Trump’s Labor Secretary Nominee

Puzder's restaurants, like many others, have been cited or sued for violating wage and safety rules.

FBI Investigated Over Pre-election Decisions on Clinton Email

FBI Investigated Over Pre-election Decisions on Clinton Email

Clinton called the timing of FBI Director James Comey's announcement about the second email probe one of the factors contributing to her defeat in the election.

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

AT&T Chief Executive, Trump Meet Amid Planned Time Warner Merger

"The conversation focused on how AT&T can work with the Trump administration to increase investment in the U.S.," AT&T said in a statement.

Sodexo, Harvard Win Federal Grant to Study the Health of Front-Line Employees

Sodexo, Harvard Win Federal Grant to Study the Health of Front-Line Employees

The four-year grant is aimed at finding new approaches to address the ways the workplace can affect health and safety.

President Elect Absolutely Mocked Reporter with Disabilities, Despite His Claims to the Contrary

President-Elect Absolutely Mocked Reporter with Disabilities, Despite His Claims to the Contrary

Trump still refuses to acknowledge his behavior that many see is clearly evident.

Sexual Harassment Claims Higher Than Average for Employees of Trump's Labor Secretary Nominee

Sexual Harassment Claims Higher Than Average for Employees of Trump’s Labor Secretary Nominee

The organization that conducted the poll called the results "no surprise."

Chicago Torturers 'Could have been Obama's children,' Tweets Mary Durstein

Chicago Torturers ‘Could have been Obama’s children,’ Tweets Teacher

The West Virginia high school teacher has been suspended for her racist Twitter rants.

NASA Appoints First Black Crew Member for International Space Station

NASA Appoints First Black Crew Member for International Space Station

Flight engineer Jeanette J. Epps is set to make history in 2018.

'Discover EY' Brings in a Record Amount of Students

‘Discover EY’ Brings in a Record Amount of Students

Since the program began in 2006, minorities now represent 37 percent of total full-time professionals at Ernst & Young LLP.