by Bryce Covert Nov 23, 2015
Nearly 30 percent of women have experienced a time when they couldn't afford diapers. These lawmakers have a solution.
by Alan Pyke Nov 23, 2015
More than a year after its first effort to move to Ireland failed, Pfizer pfinally gets a new address.
Mark Zuckerberg announced that he'll take two months off of running Facebook when his daughter is born.
by Casey Quinlan Nov 23, 2015
Schools are resegregating, but there is hope that the trend will reverse.
by Scott Keyes Nov 21, 2015
Homelessness is declining, but not quick enough.
by Casey Quinlan Nov 20, 2015
The House and Senate reached an agreement on major education legislation Thursday.
by Jess Colarossi Nov 20, 2015
While some countries move ahead, the U.S. recently fell in global rankings on women's equality.
by Alan Pyke Nov 20, 2015
Walmart says what Thomas Smith did was stealing and wouldn't let him pay the money back days later. But a white cashier who yanked $20 out of a cash register was allowed to stay on after she returned her loot.
by Bryce Covert Nov 20, 2015
"It's highly unconstitutional. We are being harassed for being homeless."
by Alan Pyke Nov 19, 2015
A meager benefit for the poorest Californians is basically out of reach for people with mental disabilities, a new suit alleges, in part because there's no online application.