A small group of Democratic lawmakers is headed to the US-Mexico border this weekend to tour the area, meet with immigrant rights’ advocates and be briefed by US Customs and Border Protection.
A nonprofit legal organization has filed a lawsuit against the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York, where inmates were subject to cold and darkness as a result of a fire in the switch gear room that caused a partial power outage.
He was a spiritual genius who mentored MLK and carried Gandhi’s teaching to America. Meet the mystic who “put angry hearts at ease.”
A new state law takes effect in Florida Tuesday that is expected to restore voting rights to more than a million people with felony convictions — despite questions from state officials about its implementation.
The New Jersey Division of Civil Rights is investigating an incident at a high school wrestling match this week in which a referee told a black wrestler to cut off his dreadlocks or forfeit the match.
Over the course of four days, five reports of hate-related incidents recently made national headlines. The news illustrates a disturbing trend, civil rights groups say.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers are pushing legislation aimed at holding China accountable for reported human rights abuses against its Uyghur population.
Former Vice President Joe Biden criticized President Donald Trump Tuesday for embracing a strategy of fear ahead of the midterm elections and compared him to George Wallace, a former governor of Alabama who supported segregation and was a vocal opponent of the Civil Rights movement.
Two of the world’s most successful golfers will face off this Thanksgiving for bragging rights — and a $9 million purse.