Fair Housing Act News
A Look Back at the Discrimination Suit Dogging Donald Trump
As Donald Trump makes repeated appeals to black voters in his bid for the White House, one lawsuit has become fodder for Hillary Clinton ’s attacks against him. Back in 1973, five years after he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, Trump was deeply involved in the family’s New York City
AP FACT CHECK: Trump on Discrimination in His Business
AP FACT CHECK: Donald Trump says that a 1970s racial discrimination case against his real estate business was settled "without any admission of guilt" and that the case was brought against "many real estate firms."
Homeowners: Quash Condo's Coed Swim Restrictions
Three homeowners have sued their New Jersey condominium association, which restricts coed swimming because most of the residents are Orthodox Jews
Donald Trump: In 4 Years, I'll 'Get Over 95 Percent' of Black Vote
Doubling down on appeals to black voters that have become a mainstay of his stump speech this week, Donald Trump made a bold prediction about his ability to attract the support of the African-American community if he gets the chance to run for reelection in 2020. "At the end of four years, I
Landlord Plans to Refuse Renting to Donald Trump Supporters
"The View" co-hosts discuss one landlord's mission to block voters of the GOP front-runner from renting a home from him.
OTL: NBA lax in Sterling oversight
LOS ANGELES -- As disgraced Clippers owner Donald Sterling remained holed up in his Beverly Hills mansion in recent weeks while pledging to keep fighting for his team, the NBA's newly hired unit of high-powered investigators and lawyers worked feverishly to solidify his ouster. The strategic
Donald Sterling's 2002 Battle With an Ex- Mistress Has Similarities to Today
Drama surrounding Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling and his family often involves a volatile combination of pretty women, allegations of racism and lots of money. The embattled basketball owner was fined $2.5 million and banned for life from the NBA on Tuesday for allegedly spewing a
President Obama Celebrates Civil Rights Law
The president says that "we are in a position to take the baton" that LBJ handed to us.
Gay Couples Face Rental Discrimination, Study Finds
Same-sex couples face greater discrimination when looking for a place to rent than do heterosexual couples, a new federal study finds. " An Estimate of Housing Discrimination Against Same-Sex Couples, " released by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), is the first analysis of