Robert E. Lee is practically a fixture on campus. What will it take for the academy to pull down these totems of white supremacy?
A new report finds the city has one of the widest education gaps in the country, with white students more likely to be considered gifted.
In 1861-65, Americans waged a war among themselves that remains the bloodiest in U.S. history. It began as a fight to preserve the Union but morphed into an abolitionist war to free 4 million men, women and children from bondage.
President Polk, and generations of sympathetic historians, told the American people the conflict was justified. But what if it was just blatant imperialism?
It's a clash of ideas and values that might be characterized as Charlottesville versus the neo-Confederacy.
Many states have made it easier for communities to secede from their school district, thus allowing them to segregate again.