U.S. Hispanic Population is at All-Time High, But Growth is Slowing
We analyze the U.S. Hispanic population demographically, economically, and politically, and look into what this means for the Latino vote in 2020.
Chicago Defender Ends Print Run
The Chicago Defender is one of the most important black publications in U.S. history and it will now only publish its content online.
Director Lulu Wang on Negotiating Different Parts of Her Identity in "The Farewell"
When filmmaker Lulu Wang’s grandmother was diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer six years ago, Wang's family chose not to tell her grandmother that she had been given just months to live.
Michael Johnson is Released 25-Years Early After Being Convicted of Violating HIV Criminalization Law
Michael Johnson was sentenced to nearly 31-years in prison for not telling his partners he had HIV. His trial and release are making people take another look at HIV criminalization laws.
France Télécom Executives Face Up to a Year in Prison for Creating Work Conditions That Led to 35 Suicides
The trial of seven former France Télécom executives, charged with creating work conditions that led 35 of their employees to die by suicide, will be over Friday.
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