"The idea is to whitewash American history of any legacy of racism," said state Democratic Rep. James Talarico.
More than 100 members of Congress are pushing for higher staff wages, to ensure that “Congress reflects the American people we serve.”
The model and author asked fans to allow her to "own past mistakes" after being accused of bullying reality star Courtney Stodden online.
"We're not going to get everything right in a movie," Jon M. Chu, who faced similar backlash for "Crazy Rich Asians," told The Root.
Serbian volleyball player Sanja Djurdjevic is banned for two games.
Chin's murder in 1982 galvanized a nationwide movement of Asian American activism that remains relevant today and continues to grow.
Actor Riz Ahmed, who has spoken candidly about Muslim representation on screen, said he hopes the report ignites change.
Survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence experience housing insecurity at disproportionate rates and as a direct result of the violence they’ve endured. The pandemic has made it unimaginably worse.
Shalanda Baker, who would lead the Energy Department's Office of Minority Economic Impact, said non-white communities are often "invisible to lawmakers."
The world's second-ranked tennis player withdrew from the German Open days after pulling out of the French Open while citing mental health issues.