Wealthy countries have received the largest supply of the world’s COVID-19 vaccines, while poor countries have only received 0.2% of the global supply, the World Health Organization announced Friday.
The City of West St. Paul says a Black Lives Matter mural painted on a fence in the city has to be painted over, or the homeowners will face a fine.
In Japan, there's a tradition that you fold origami cranes to make a wish, but this artist found a new way to show the power of paper.
On Thursday, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, declared racism a “serious public health threat."
The company will also offer a team of experts and educational workshops to help Black-owned businesses develop their products and grow.
The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating two anti-Asian attacks, both in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn.
The trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd is scheduled to begin Monday, March 8 at 8 a.m.
At least half of the applicants accepted to United's new flight school will be women or people of color, and no prior flight experience is needed.
The Fulton County district attorney says she won’t prosecute state Rep. Park Cannon after her arrest during the signing of Georgia's new voting law.
As part of an ongoing lawsuit accusing the LAPD of racial profiling, a judge ordered the release of police body camere video that shows two LAPD officers arresting a Black man near his home in Hollywood even though they were looking for a white domestic violence suspect.
The San Francisco school board has reversed a much-criticized decision to rename 44 schools it said were linked to racism, sexism, slavery or other injustices.
A doorman and a concierge worker at a luxury apartment building in Hell's Kitchen have been fired after the building owner said they did not come to the aid of 65-year-old Vilma Kari, a Filipina woman who was brutally attacked in front of them in what is being called a hate-crime attack.
The attack occurred March 30 at a store called Plaza Sundries that is downtown near Charlotte's main transit hub.
A Troy woman said her medical chart included a diagnosis that hasn't been used in decades.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Monday vetoed legislation that would have made his state the first to ban gender confirming treatments or surgery for transgender youth.
A riot broke out at a St. Louis jail late Sunday with inmates breaking windows, setting a fire and throwing debris onto the ground below. It was the fourth uprising in recent months at the jail.
Steph Curry worked with the Bruce Lee Foundation after last month's spa shooting and together, created hand-painted shoes depicting the martial arts icon.
Uber has been ordered to pay $1.1 million to a blind passenger after an independent arbitrator ruled that the company's drivers discriminated against her after refusing her rides on 14 separate occasions.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp defended recent election reform at a press conference on Saturday following Major League Baseball's decision to move the 2021 All-Star Game and draft out of Georgia in protest.
The movie was Blackbird, a coming-of-age tale based in Mississippi that merges the worlds of religion and sexuality. Cars lined up to watch the movie, but also be part of a conversation.