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Day Without Immigrants Impacts Cities Across Country

‘Day Without Immigrants’ Impacts Cities Across Country

“Businesses cannot function without immigrant workers today.”

U.S. Top Court Weighs Race Challenges to Legislative Districts

Supreme Court to Set Guidelines for Trump Treatment of Non-Citizens

The three cases all deal broadly with the degree to which non-citizens can assert rights under the U.S. Constitution.

‘I’m not ranting and raving’: Trump on Defensive in First Solo News Conference

‘I’m not ranting and raving’: Trump on Defensive in First Solo News Conference

Among the statements President Trump made, he said he is "the least racist person" and his administration is "running like a fine-tuned machine."

U.S. Says Detained Mexican ‘Dreamer’ Should Be Deported

U.S. Says Detained Mexican ‘Dreamer’ Should Be Deported

ICE agents allege Daniel Ramirez Medina, 23, is a member of a gang, which Ramirez has repeatedly denied.

U.S. Judge Blocks Transgender, Abortion-Related Obamacare Protections

Trump, Republicans Set Timeframe for Introducing Obamacare Replacement

Republicans have had a difficult time coming to an agreement on a healthcare system to replace Obamacare.

Wells Fargo sets up artificial intelligence team in tech push

Wells Fargo Sets Up Artificial Intelligence Team in Tech Push

Wells Fargo's AI team will work on creating technology that can help the bank provide more personalized customer service.

Hilton Recognized in 2017 U.S. News & World Report Best Hotel Rankings

Hilton Recognized in 2017 U.S. News & World Report Best Hotel Rankings

Thirty-three Hilton hotels honored with gold and silver badges

Harry Potter Spinoff Helps Time Warner Top Estimates

Time Warner Shareholders Approve Merger with AT&T

“On behalf of our board of directors and management team, I’m pleased that the company’s shareholders have approved the proposal to combine with AT&T," said Time Warner Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bewkes.

Year of Hate

Hate Groups on the Rise, with a Tripling of Anti-Muslim Groups

“2016 was an unprecedented year for hate … with a resurgence of white nationalism that imperils the racial progress we’ve made … and a president whose policies reflect the values of white nationalists.”

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

Labor Secretary Nominee Withdraws from Consideration

Andrew Puzder, whose nomination has created controversy from the very start, withdrew one day before his confirmation hearing.

Protests Call for U.S. Immigrants to Stay Home from Work, School

Protests Call for U.S. Immigrants to Stay Home from Work, School

"A Day Without Immigrants" arose in response to President Trump's vows to crack down on immigration.

New Accusations Against Former Fox News Head Ailes in Lawsuit

Woman in Fox Sexual Harassment Case Receives Subpoena: Lawyer

The subpoena compelled the client's testimony before a federal grand jury.

Ethics Review Sought After Trump Adviser Touts Ivanka Trump Products

Ethics Office Urges White House to Weigh Disciplining Conway

"There is strong reason to believe that Ms. Conway has violated the Standards of Conduct and that disciplinary action is warranted," Office of Government Ethics Director Walter Shaub wrote in a letter to the White House.

A sign protesting a recent North Carolina law restricting transgender bathroom access is seen in bathroom stalls at the 21C Museum Hotel in Durham, North Carolina May 3, 2016. REUTERS

Governor, Artists Take Aim at States’ Transgender Measures

"The situation is urgent," said North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper at a news conference.

EY, KeyCorp, Monsanto Join Paradigm for Parity Coalition, Pledge to Bring Gender Equity to Leadership

EY, Monsanto CEOs Join Paradigm for Parity Coalition

The companies have made a commitment to achieve gender equality in corporate leadership roles.

Humana Cafe Committed to Feeding People, Not Landfills

Humana Cafe Committed to Feeding People, Not Landfills

The Winner’s Circle cafe in Louisville’s Humana Unity Building is following the “Better Tomorrow Plan.”

GM, Toyota says U.S. rules limiting self-driving cars need to be eased

GM, Toyota Says U.S. Rules Limiting Self-Driving Cars Need to be Eased

Automotive safety rules need changes to allow the deployment of self-driving cars on American roads.

Disney Promptly Drops YouTube Star PewDiePie for Anti-Semitic Content, Nazi Images

Disney Promptly Drops YouTube Star PewDiePie for Anti-Semitic Content, Nazi Images

PewDiePie’s channel has more than 53 million followers and 14 billion video views.

Chicago reaffirms immigrant 'sanctuary' status after Trump's win

Chicago Sues State Over ‘Separate and Unequal’ School Funding

Chicago’s public schools treat minority children “as second-class children,” lawsuit says.

Debate over Affordable Care Act Strikes Fear in Homeless Population

Debate over Affordable Care Act Strikes Fear in Homeless Population

The homeless population widely relies on the Affordable Care Act for healthcare.

U.S. Detains Mexican Immigrant in Seattle Covered by Obama Program

U.S. Detains Mexican Immigrant in Seattle Covered by Obama Program

This could be the first time under U.S. President Donald Trump that a person covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, has been taken into immigration custody.

U.S. School an Antidote to Transgender Discrimination Complaints

LGBT Groups Urge Trump Administration to Keep Obama Transgender Policy

LGBT advocates are asking the administration to preserve former President Obama's guidance on transgender rights in public schools.

Challenge to Trump Travel Ban Moves Forward in Two Courts

Challenge to Trump Travel Ban Moves Forward in Two Courts

Traditionally, judges have been extremely cautious about stepping on the executive branch’s authority in such matters

Dozens of Demonstrators Arrested at North Dakota Pipeline

North Dakota Lawmakers Vote ‘No’ on Protecting Drivers who Hit Protesters

A transportation committee had previously voted against the bill in part because of a "negative perception" that passing it could create.