Affirmative Action News
What Jeff Sessions Has Said About Race and Civil Rights
The man who Donald Trump has tapped as his nominee for attorney general, Sen. Jeff Sessions , R-Ala., is being criticized anew for decades-old allegations that he made racist remarks as a federal prosecutor in his home state. Even then, Sessions insisted he harbored no racial bias and disputed the
US Students Lag Peers in East Asia, Russia in Math, Science
American students score better than the global average in math and science, but still lag peers in East Asian countries, Russia and Kazakhstan
Donald Trump Projected to be President-elect of the United States
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and LZ Granderson talk with conservative commentator Amy Holmes, FiveThirtyEigiht's Walt Hickey and Farai Chideya after Donald Trump is projected to be the president-elect of the United States.
Former KKK Leader David Duke Qualifies for Louisiana US Senate Debate
Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke is polling high enough in his bid for a U.S. Senate seat to participate in a televised debate that will be held Nov. 2 at a historically black university. Duke tweeted last night, "Important News! I qualified for the U.S. Senate most important debate in
LeBron James on His Mission to Give Back to Kids and Parents
The three-time NBA champion talks to ESPN's Rachel Nichols about his foundation's work on childhood education and the power of mentorship to help families succeed.
NBA Star LeBron James Gets Personal About His Commitment to Community, Childhood Education
When LeBron James joined his fellow NBA superstars at the ESPYs to plead for an end to violence and make a powerful declaration of their commitment to helping create change in their respective communities, it was very personal. “I definitely could've been a statistic," James said in an interview
Rudy Giuliani Claims Black Lives Matter Movement Is 'Inherently Racist'
"The View" co-hosts react to the controversial statement made by former New York City mayor.
Abortion, Corruption and Gun Ownership Still To Be Decided by the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court only has one scheduled day left this term, and that means the justices are expected to hand down opinions in the remaining cases on Monday. Those include cases on abortion , government corruption and a ban on gun ownership by individuals convicted of domestic violence offenses.
What the Supreme Court Ruling on University of Texas Admissions Means for Affirmative Action
The Supreme Court ruled today in favor of the University of Texas’ admissions plan, leaving in place the school’s affirmative action policy. In a 4-3 vote, the justices upheld the judgment of the court of appeals, which ruled in favor of allowing the university to use race as a factor in its