The roots of racism run deep in America. Trump's presidency has emboldened right-wingers and white supremacists to fight to preserve their legacy.
The president’s executive orders hurl America back to 1882, when Congress passed a law barring immigration based on a specific race and national origin.
The head of the Los Angeles Archdiocese believes the solution must balance love and law with justice and mercy -- regardless of legal status.The head of the Los Angeles Archdiocese believes the solution must balance love and law with justice and mercy—regardless of legal status.
The idea lives on: "Regular" or "everyday" Americans have been failed by out-of-touch elites and the mainstream media, who basically have screwed up the country.
An MIT graduate has a new theory about the root cause of inequality; more Mexican immigrants have gone back to their native country since the 2008 economic crash than have moved to the U.S.; and a professor of linguistics explains why English is an extremely weird language. These discoveries and more after the jump.
A new poll released Thursday gives Trump a 16-point lead over his nearest competitor, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Jeb Bush stood at a measly 7 percent. Yikes.
A towering wave of criticism washes over the Republican front-runner in response to his race-baiting comments.
You can now take a swing at a Donald Trump piñata or read along as a Mexican comic book hero punches the billionaire for you.
Republican candidates who wanted to play to the “angry white men” were in the past slightly more subtle.