Actions by the Court this week affect refugees trying to come to the U.S. and whether Texas voters can be divvied up by race
Though the former sheriff faces up to six months in prison, the president promised at his rally Tuesday he will be "just fine"
The Charlottesville marchers have roots that go deep in the nation's history and its present
Trump has surrounded himself with people who've espoused racism or have ties to white nationalist groups
Fifty years ago this week, a raid on an illegal bar sparked a riot that helped change America
If they get their way, the next census will be seriously flawed – and will inevitably undercount African-Americans and Hispanics
Jeff Sessions rolls the clock back on civil rights enforcement
Deep South abortion provider on why he "decided to exercise Christian compassion not by proxy, but with my own capable hands"
Many Trump voters fell for an age-old con – one that makes America great only for those who have the most
How white working-class voters in the Midwest helped propel Trump to victory, and what Democrats can do to win them back
As racial hate crimes spike, pundits won’t stop talking about the pain of white people who elected Trump
Trump shows how little he cares about "the blacks"
Trump's campaign has legitimized Richard Spencer's movement, and Spencer couldn't be happier about it
This is the safest time in human history. So why are we all so afraid?
How former Democrats Diamond and Silk became the Republican nominee's biggest boosters