Fifty years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., only 1 in 10 African-Americans think the U.S. has achieved the goals of the civil rights movement he led.
In the United States, why do we limit free speech and protest for minorities more than we limit guns?
A divisive vote, with jobs and immigrants the most combustible issues, leaving many anxious about intolerance and the violence that can stem from it. Sound familiar?
Samantha Bee: Democrats, Don't Let Panic Make You Abandon Principles or the People Who Voted for You
The "Full Frontal" host thinks that the Democratic Party should "invite working-class white people to the party," but it shouldn't necessarily try to do so by following the Republican Party's lead.
"Three of the four co-chairs represent the most targeted groups by the [coming] administration," Linda Sarsour told The Huffington Post. Carmen Perez is Mexican-American, Sansour is Muslim American and Tamika Mallory is African-American.
Public schools are more segregated than they have been for more than 40 years, but the "Last Week Tonight" host argues this isn't a case of resegregation. It turns out cities like New York "never really bothered integrating in the first place."
One-third of voters took advantage of early-voting options in 2012. But does so-called "convenience voting" increase turnout overall and minority turnout in particular?