The case has reinvigorated a heated debate about anti-discrimination, freedom of religion, and First Amendment speech rights.
Prices for women's products, when compared to equivalent products for male counterparts, cost 7 percent more on average.
More than 75 percent of survey respondents reported that the current political climate has affected their mental health or sense of self.
For a trio of anti-LGBT discrimination cases, the issue revolves around the meaning of one word: sex.
If older Americans can learn from the more enlightened racial attitudes among Generation Z, then the country can look forward to a bright future.
The amendment was originally defeated in the late 1970s, and today's reignited movement to ratify it has much in common with the earlier fight.
The dispute between HUD and Facebook over how advertisers target ads looks to be coming to a head. How did we get here?
The company announced Tuesday that it would stop allowing advertisers of housing, jobs, and credit to target people based on characteristics such as race, gender, age, national origin, family status, and disability.
Algorithmic prejudices can create inequalities. But in doing so, they might help lawyers pinpoint discrimination where they could not in the past.
A real estate broker's maps recall the days when certain neighborhoods in the city were denied access to loans based on the demographics of the population.
Cross-examination could soon be a right for those accused of sexual misconduct—but it may not be the most effective way to reveal the truth.
Despite being declared illegal in 2017, many citizens around the country still adhere to menstrual restrictions, known regionally as chhaupadi.
New research shows what happens in the minds of white Americans when they see demographic change—the results were mixed.
There is currently no statewide law that protects LGBTQ employees from discrimination, but San Antonio, Dallas, and Fort Worth have non-discrimination ordinances similar to Austin's.
An immigration law expert explains why a proposed "public charge" rule is fostering an environment of fear.
New research reveals Asian Americans are more than twice as likely to be appointed chief executive if a company is in decline.
The complaint alleges Facebook discriminated against women and non-binary people by allowing employers to target men in job advertisements.
A member of the LGBT community celebrates the Supreme Court's decision to strike down a colonial-era ban on gay sex in Mumbai, India, on September 6th, 2018.
Advocacy groups worry that the language removals might foreshadow new policies from the Department of Health and Human Services.