Native American activists at colleges are pushing their schools to do more to atone for past wrongs, much in the way states, cities and universities are weighing reparations for slavery and discrimination against Black people
Rep. Ralph Norman was one of 14 Republicans who voted against the new federal holiday commemorating the day enslaved Black people were told they were free.
Zuckerberg's approval rating among surveyed Facebook staff on Glassdoor dropped from 94% in 2019 to 89% in 2021 — still way above the CEO average.
The call by the Education Department on Tuesday was met by thousands of mostly derisive comments on Twitter
The first COVID patient was admitted to the North Vancouver hospital at the end of January 2020. Monday marked the first day without a COVID-positive patient at Lions Gate.
She hasn't been glimpsed on social media in almost three weeks after her abusive tweets to Courtney Stodden and others from 2011 came to light.
U.S. first-time jobless claims fall below 400,000 for first time in pandemic era
South Lake Shore Drive at East 31st Street, looking north. | Brian Ernst/Sun-Times
After the record-breaking 2020 wildfire season in California, the charred landscapes throughout the state faced elevated risks of landslides and other postfire hazards. Wildfires burn away the plant canopy and leaf litter on the ground, leaving behind soil stripped of much of its capacity to absorb moisture. As a result, even unassuming rains pose a risk for substantial surface runoff in the state's mountainous terrain.