It's been three years since the 2016 presidential election, and experts are still uncovering the scope of online Russian-organized disinformation campaigns. For example, investigations discovered that
Harvard beat an effort to end its use of race as a factor in admissions. But what will the Supreme Court do?
Harvard University won a big victory in federal court this week when a judge ruled that it does not discriminate against Asian Americans in undergraduate admissions and that the school “narrowly tailored”
ROCK HILL, S.C. — For her most recent rally in South Carolina, Senator Elizabeth Warren chose Clinton College, a historically black institution in this racially diverse city. Her campaign handed out signs
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — Alabama steamship owner Timothy Meaher financed the last slave vessel that brought African captives to the United States, and he came out of the Civil War a wealthy man. His descendants,
In July, Google admitted it has employees pounding the pavement in a variety of US cities, looking for people willing to sell their facial data for a $5 gift certificate to help improve the Pixel 4’s unlock
Felicity Huffman‘s 14-day sentencing has spotlighted school-related cases of parents who received longer jail time in comparison to the actress’ role in the college admissions scandal. A homeless woman
A group of black teenagers went searching for a sunken slave ship. It changed how they view slavery.
These black teens are scuba diving to help find sunken slave ships When 18-year-old Tristan Cannon plunges into warm waters off southern Florida in search of a sunken slave ship, he feels a complex mixture
Thomas Hofeller preached secrecy as he remapped American politics from the shadows. The Republican Party operative, known as the master of the modern gerrymander, trained other G.O.P. operatives and legislators
This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: An earlier version of this article misspelled the surname of one of the candidates. He is Mike Deising, not Delsing. Five people vying
Universities must be preserved as places of active, even volatile, thinking — where ideas about which there is no consensus are welcomed and protected. Since the spring of 2016, I have taught a seminar
The police chief of Galveston, Tex., apologized on Monday night after a photo emerged of two white officers on horseback leading a black suspect in handcuffs down the street with a rope tied to him. The
Ronald Reagan was the governor of California in 1971 when he phoned the White House to vent his political frustration to President Richard M. Nixon and, according to a newly released audio recording, African
As President Trump launched a fresh Twitter attack Sunday on four minority congresswomen he said were “not capable of loving our Country,” a senior Democratic congressman who was active in the civil rights
For the fourth season of “The Apprentice,” Donald J. Trump searched for a gimmick to bolster ratings. His idea was simple if explosive — pit an all-white team against an all-black team. “Do you like it?”