The lawsuit claims McDonald’s spends less than $5 million of its $1.6 billion annual TV advertising budget on Black-owned media.
Cuban voters have approved a sweeping “family law” code that would allow same-sex couples to marry and adopt as well as redefining rights for children and grandparents.
A Black female student, who chose to remain anonymous, tells FOX 26 she noticed the n-word written on dry-erase boards on the dorm room doors of black students – including her own.
Esmeralda Upton was captured on video hurling racist insults at a group of Indian American women is facing a lawsuit.
Research shows many women in the Lone Star State continue to face financial challenges when it comes to education, childcare, health insurance, and housing.
FIFA rules ban teams from bringing their own armband designs to the World Cup. The eight European teams asking FIFA to relax its rules include France, Germany, England and the Netherlands.
The ALA has documented 681 challenges to books through the first eight months of this year, involving 1,651 different titles.
Texas has another thing to be proud of, as a recent study ranked the lone star state as one of the most diverse states in the U.S.
Friday’s injunction applies to all members of PFLAG, an LGBTQ advocacy group with more than 600 members in Texas.
Like many industries, there’s a huge gap in diversity in publishing with only 6% of the industry identifying as Hispanic, but the numbers didn’t stop Austin author, Gabino Iglesias.
A Michigan teen with hearing loss who rescued a deaf dog from a shelter wants others to know the importance of pet adoption.
Organizers confirmed the change as registration opened Monday for the 127th running of the marathon on April 17, 2023.
The Reach Out and Connect (ROC) Project is looking at early intervention in primary care settings—before depression, anxiety or trauma turn into a crisis.
The 988 hotline, which went live in July, was designed to be an easy number to remember, similar to 911.
This women’s working anthem has been reimagined in honor of the upcoming documentary, “Still Working 9 to 5.”
A Denton bar and grill has canceled its Disney-themed drag brunch as a precaution after getting threats.
BYU also lifted the ban on a fan who had been accused of shouting racial slurs.
The renowned journalist was at CNN for 20 years and was known for remaining cool under pressure. That was a hallmark of his Baghdad coverage when the U.S. led its invasion of Iraq in 1991 to liberate Kuwait.
“I Am Ruby Bridges” hits stores Tuesday and tells the story of Ruby Bridges, who was six years old when she was one of three Black students to attend all-white schools in New Orleans in 1960.
According to Comal ISD acting superintendent Mandy Epley, members of the Canyon student section allegedly made “highly inappropriate and demeaning racial comments” towards members of the Hays volleyball team at Friday's game.