Federal law enforcement arrested more people for immigration-related offenses in 2014 than they did for drugs, weapons and property crimes combined.
The comedian and "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" star is the first South Asian American to host the annual dinner.
An elderly Vietnamese-American man was forcibly removed from a plane to make space for United Airlines employees.
For the first time in 20 years, federal agencies are reviewing how they collect and report race and ethnicity data. This could mean breaking people of North African and Middle Eastern descent out of the "White" category and reporting on Asians and Pacific Islanders with more accuracy.
Parks' niece Rhea McCauley and artist Ryan Mendoza worked together to transport the house to Germany, where it recently opened to the public.
The officer who oversaw the confrontations at Standing Rock intends to meet and talk with law enforcement in the state.
Margot Lee Shetterly's next book will focus on the Adamses and Murphys, two influential Black families in mid-20th century Baltimore.
There's no celebrity with a soda can, but plenty of honest images of what can happen during a protest.
The Campaign for Black Male Achievement's "Ali Prose" competition invites young poets to channel the athlete and racial justice activist in 20 lines or less.
The Moapa are proving they can survive without coal—a feat the White House says is nearly impossible.
Jordan Peele's widely-acclaimed film earned six nominations, including "Movie of the Year," "Best Actor in a Movie" and something called "Best Fight Against the System."
After Changing the Rules of Engagement, Senate Republicans Vote Neil Gorsuch Onto the U.S. Supreme Court
Racial justice, women's rights and LGBTQ organizations react to the confirmation of the 113th justice with alarm.
In "Life's Work," abortion provider, activist and Christian Willie Parker takes a bold stance on the moral imperative for safe and legal abortion.
The music and arts festival returns to Brooklyn in late August and will also feature sets from Macy Gray, Gary Clark Jr. and Soul II Soul.