"It's almost hard to describe how bad it was," says Maureen Costello of what the SPLC discovered post-election
A broad-based movement is shaping up to thwart the incoming Trump administration
As inauguration day approaches, organizers ready their community for a possible immigration crackdown
"Basically it's a concept that says, 'You're safe here,'" says head of the UC Undocumented Legal Services Center
Ending their sanctuary status would be far more economically devastating than if Trump pulls federal funding
President-elect identifies first three goals for office in '60 Minutes' interview
Southern Poverty Law Center's Maureen Costello says the nature of bullying has changed as a result of this election
This is the safest time in human history. So why are we all so afraid?
Flailing on race and immigration, his campaign in chaos, the candidate who made a brilliant farce of the election is now finding the joke is on him
Trump said he and the Mexican president "didn't discuss" who would pay for the border wall that's become a hallmark of his campaign
Meet the man who once described himself as “kind of like Rush Limbaugh on decaf"
High court finally ruled on affirmative action and immigration — two cases with significant human consequences
Trump's legacy in places like the Lone Star State could be the potent form of nativism he's peddling to conservatives
Conservatives hope to hold onto Justice Scalia's seat with a Trump appointee
Trump's racist argument about Judge Gonzalo Curiel is just one example of how he uses the law like a weapon