Police investigated suspicious packages found near the court just before the justices were to hear arguments over LGBT rights.
By Associated Press
The part of Title VII that bars employers from discriminating "because of...sex" is at the heart of three cases that the Supreme Court will hear Oct. 8, during the first week of the new 2019 term.
By Marcia Coyle
In his reelection bid, President Donald Trump has revived themes of race and ethnicity as one of his campaign talking points. Americans must now decide how to respond.
By Gretchen Frazee
The Health and Human Services Department released a proposed regulation that in effect says "gender identity" is not protected under federal laws that prohibit sex discrimination in health care.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
The concerns included allegations that LGBTQ agents at the FBI academy face discrimination and different evaluation standards, as well as gay agents being dismissed from the academy "because they are not 'bro-y' or masculine enough."…
By Elizabeth Flock
Emily Chang's "Brotopia" is an exposé of the dark, misogynistic side of Silicon Valley.
Curtis Flowers has been tried six times for the murder of four people killed in a Mississippi furniture store in 1996. The case is the subject of the second season American Public Media’s “In the Dark” podcast. Now the Supreme…
By Associated Press
Pence is responding to media reports of his wife returning to teach at a school that says it can refuse to employ gay and lesbian teachers or enroll children with gay or lesbian parents.
The Harvard admissions trial in Boston concluded Friday and it could have implications for affirmative action nationwide. The case alleges that qualified Asian-American applicants were denied admission because Harvard used other, non-academic measures to keep their numbers down. William Brangham…
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