Across the country, lawmakers have carved out exemptions from common rules for religious groups, ranging from immigration to land use.
Whether you’re watching Chris Rock host the Oscars, protesting outside with Al Sharpton or boycotting with Jada Pinkett Smith, you’re going to need the latest news on diversity in Hollywood.
As part of our ongoing efforts to find new ways to distribute the essence of Reveal’s investigative content, we created a play called “North by Inferno” that is based on the events in North Dakota’s Bakken oil fields.
Diversity – or lack thereof – is all over the news these days. And the picture does not look good.
The last elderly and disabled residents of the worst public housing complex in Richmond, California, have moved out, nearly two years after the city’s
Before undercover auditors carrying hidden weapons slipped undetected past security screeners at U.S. airports, the official ultimately responsible for the lapses received cash bonuses and awards that reached nearly $100,000, according to a whistleblower complaint.
Luxembourg is pioneering a new frontier: asteroid mining. The tiny European nation recently announced that it will invest in research and development related to space mining and also directly in space mining companies, the Guardian reported.
The Bureau of Prisons has 11 facilities – operated by private corporations – that are used exclusively for noncitizens. But these contract prisons are bound by a less stringent set of rules, and an independent review suggests that inadequate medical care likely contributed to some inmate deaths.
President Barack Obama’s new effort to combat pay discrimination won’t help one of the fastest-growing segments of the American workforce: temporary workers.
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign slogan may feel like a nostalgic look back on an idealized America to his supporters. But that vision wasn’t ideal for everyone.