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Aug 13 2020
The Justice Department on Thursday accused Yale University of violating federal civil rights law by discriminating against Asian American and white undergraduate hopefuls.
Why it matters: The claim is an extension of the Trump administration's efforts to challenge race-based admissions policies at elite universities, and comes after a two-year investigation in response to complaintsAxios
Oct 19 2022
This blog was written by Content Intern Rose Mercer (Lean Left bias) and News Assistant Ethan Horowitz (Lean Right bias).
Inflation has often been described as a hidden tax on living, penetrating into even the most routine aspects of life that are normally insulated from the actions of political brass and economic heavyweights.
Especially if wages do not increase parallel toAllSides Staff
Oct 01 2019
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Harvard University does not discriminate against Asian Americans in undergraduate admissions, handing the school a victory in a lawsuit that marks one of the latest chapters in the affirmative action debate.
U.S. District Judge Allison D. Burroughs rejected claims of a plaintiff that Harvard violates the law as it considers race in selecting anWashington Post
Jul 03 2020
Redskins' Daniel Snyder has thumbed his nose at changing team's name, now demands are at fever pitch
Daniel Snyder bought the Washington Redskins in 1999 but he has never faced as much pressure to change the name of the team as he is facing now, when symbols and statues of the country's past have been torn down or removed amid heightened scrutiny about what those things really mean.
The Redskins name has been a source of controversy for about a month now, as politicians, media and nowFox News (Online News)
Jun 24 2020
Look around. The statues are falling.
Not on their own accord, of course. Statues of Confederate military figures are being toppled by protesters outraged by racial injustice and the death of George Floyd, while some states and cities are removing the monuments on their own.
In recent days, the statue of Confederate Gen. Albert Pike was destroyed by demonstrators in Washington, DUSA TODAY
Mar 16 2021
The U.S. Senate has confirmed Deb Haaland, a member of the Laguna Pueblo tribe in New Mexico, as President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the Department of the Interior. Haaland is the first Native American Cabinet secretary in history, overseeing the department that manages public and tribal lands. Indigenous communities and environmental activists praised the confirmation. Several RepublicansCNBC Washington Post New York Post (News)
Mar 19 2021
President Biden’s trip to Atlanta on Friday, originally planned as part of his Covid-19 stimulus promotional tour, will take on a different tone after shootings in the region this week left eight dead, including six women of Asian descent.
Mr. Biden intended to celebrate the $1.9 trillion package, which passed two months after a pair of victories in Georgia runoffs gave DemocratsWall Street Journal (News)
Jul 14 2015
Folks who grew up in Hawaii have likely heard family stories about parents’ objections to their children marrying someone who’s “different.” “Different” might have meant Korean, or Japanese or haole. In any case it was about race and ethnicity.
Still, as far as intermarriage is concerned, Hawaii has always been a walk in the park compared to the stigma attached to and laws preventingHonolulu Civil Beat
Sep 20 2015
Carly Fiorina had a big moment in the spotlight earlier this week during the second Republican debate — and she seized it. But to gain ground in the crowded primary race, the former Hewlett Packard CEO will need to build her campaign and connect with the party's base.
In Greenville, S.C., she addressed the Heritage Action for America forum Friday, doubling down on her calls to endNPR (Online News)
Aug 10 2022
Each week, AllSides Media Bias Alerts examine media bias in coverage of a major or important story using the AllSides Media Bias Ratings™ and our AllSides Media Bias Chart™.
The Inflation Reduction Act (a scaled-back version of Biden’s defunct Build Back Better legislation) recently passed in the Senate after over a year of negotiation. Worth roughly $740 billion, the bill containsClare Ashcraft