Book’s Challenge: Can You Do Squats Like Justice Ginsburg?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Personal trainer Bryant Johnson hears it all the time: Four more years. That's how long fans of his client, 84-year-old Supreme Court...

Trump Says Predecessors Didn’t Honor Fallen; Causes Responses Labeling him a Deranged Animal &...

WASHINGTON (AP) — For U.S. presidents, meeting the families of military personnel killed in war is about as wrenching as the presidency gets. President...

North Korea Says ‘a Nuclear War May Break Out Any Moment’

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador warned Monday that the situation on the Korean peninsula "has reached the touch-and-go point and...

South Carolina Former School Board Member Apologizes for Racial Slur in Email

FLORENCE, S.C. (AP) — A former school board member in South Carolina has apologized for sending an email where he called African-American board members...

Nearly 3 Decades Later, Anita Hill Sees the Needle Moving

It's been 26 years since Anita Hill, soft-spoken and deliberate in her bright blue suit, sat before a Senate panel and detailed the lurid...

New York Times’ Nikole Hannah-Jones, MacArthur “Genius” Grant Recipient

New York Times reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones was among two dozen creative individuals honored with a MacArthur Foundation “genius” grant this week for her extensive...

Md. Attorney General to Join Lawsuit Over Trump Executive Orders Threatening Obamacare

Maryland’s attorney general will join his counterparts from 17 other states and the District of Columbia in a lawsuit against President Trump’s recent executive...

Congressional Black Caucus Pleads for More Help for Virgin Islands

WASHINGTON — When Stacey Plaskett joined Vice President Mike Pence recently in touring the U.S. Virgin Islands to assess the damage caused by hurricanes...

Mandela Exhibit Opens at Clinton Library in Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Photographs commissioned by the Nelson Mandela Foundation along with a re-creation of the former South African president's prison cell...

ACLU Report Says Discipline More Likely for Black Students

LOUIS (AP) — Black students and students with disabilities are far more likely than Whites to face school discipline, including corporal punishment, suspension and...

The Real Victim of Violence

Luke Stewart Jr., right, son of Luke Stewart, stands near relatives after a family press conference in front of Euclid City Hall in Euclid,...

Fannie Lou was ‘tired’ of racial discrimination

Civil rights icon Fannie Lou Hamer was born 100 years ago on Oct. 6, 1917. Hamer became famous for saying she was “sick and...