The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the city of Philadelphia violated the Constitution by limiting its relationship with a Catholic foster care agency over the group's refusal to certify same-sex couples as foster parents.
In their place, Victoria's Secret has launched a campaign with high-profile women known for their accomplishments rather than their figures.
The House passed a bill Wednesday that would make Juneteenth, or June 19th, a federal holiday.
The meeting follows the May walkout by Texas House of Representatives Democrats on the last day of the Texas legislative session which prevented the passage of Senate Bill 7.
Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, who introduced the Juneteenth bill along with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, praised the passage of the legislation on his Twitter account, writing, “Happy that my bill to recognize Juneteenth as a national holiday just passed the Senate.”
Rita Moreno discusses underrepresentation in Hollywood following the release of In the Heights (2021).
The Supreme Court asked the Justice Department to weigh in on a case claiming that Harvard discriminates against Asian American applicants.
In 1967, the U.S. made interracial marriages legal, a moment that continues to be celebrated 54 years later.
Even though it’s been celebrated for 156 years and is recognized in some form in 47 states and the District of Columbia, Juneteenth is not a federal holiday. But there’s a piece of legislation in Congress trying to change that.
TCU will now call freshman, first year students, in an effort to be more gender inclusive.
A FOX 11 documentary series looks back at the critical moments that led to social justice movement.
The Arlington House where Robert E. Lee once lived reopened to the public this week with a new emphasis on those who were enslaved there.
A Loudoun County gym teacher who was placed on administrative leave following his opposition to his school's new gender policies has been reinstated, according to the group who filed a lawsuit on his behalf.
Workers have begun excavating remains of possible Tulsa Race Massacre victims.
Police in the North Carolina town said they’re investigating 10 threats, one of which was from someone who said they were going to “shoot up the school if you don’t give that young man his diploma.”
A popular cafe in San Francisco's Mission District was tagged with anti-Semitic hate speech. It’s another example of the growing number of hate-related cases happening in the city.
The Defense Department will not allow the Pride flag to be flown at installations under its purview.
A Virginia school board held a naming ceremony where they removed the name of a Confederate soldier from a middle school and replaced it with Katherine Johnson — the NASA legend.
School officials in Asheboro, North Carolina defended the decision to withhold the student's diploma, saying that wearing a flag of any kind is a violation of the dress code.
Breonna Taylor would have turned 28 on June 5. A Louisville councilwoman and a nonprofit revealed a mural in her honor Friday, and several other events are planned around the city.