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Nation Oct 22As state protections stall, cities lead the way on LGBTQ rights
As federal and state governments are threatening to roll back protections for the community, cities are becoming more progressive on LGBTQ issues.
Nation Oct 20WATCH: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers gives update on Puerto Rico
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is expected to hold a briefing on Puerto Rico at 1:15 p.m. ET. Watch the updates here.
Arts Oct 14Harvey Weinstein expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 54-member board voted overwhelmingly to “immediately expel” bigtime Oscar player Harvey Weinstein from the governing body of the Academy Awards.
Science Oct 14How to combat racial bias: Start in childhood
Racial bias is associated with dehumanizing social groups different from your own. Psychologists trained kids to differentiate individuals of another race – with lasting effects on their biases.
Nation Oct 13Twitter chat: How senior citizens can address student debt
People aged 60 and older are the fastest growing segment of the student debt market. We'll talk about why, and how they can handle student loans.
Nation Oct 01Volunteers are helping Puerto Rico from home, with a map anyone can edit
While island officials continued to call for aid this week, organizations delivering relief are asking for help with a lesser-known resource: map data.
Nation Oct 01O.J. Simpson released from Nevada prison on parole
Former football star O.J. Simpson was released from a Nevada state prison on parole early Sunday after nine years of serving time for charges related to an armed robbery in 2007.
Arts Sep 17Projection artists bring light to social issues with attention-grabbing protests
Artists and activists are using projections as a method of protest, backed by cheaper technology and buoyed by protests against the Trump administration.
Nation Sep 10Florida Gov. Rick Scott gives updates on Hurricane Irma
Florida Gov. Rick Scott said that state officials were "doing all we can" to prepare for damage from Hurricane Irma.
Nation Sep 08LGBTQ ‘dreamers’ are particularly vulnerable as DACA winds down. Here’s why.
Queer and trans DACA recipients say the program allowed them to gain a foothold in a country where they already face high rates of economic insecurity and inconsistent protection under the law.