The paid sick leave passed to deal with the coronavirus pandemic ends next month. Sen. Patty Murray says this could spell disaster.
Three women filed federal charges against United Way Worldwide, accusing CEO Brian Gallagher of targeting them after they spoke up about sexual harassment. Two were fired.
President-elect Joe Biden's wife has said she wants to continue her work outside her White House role. That would be a first.
Taken together, these types of measures could go a long way in reducing race and gender discrimination around the country.
Agency employees signed on to the most vocal condemnation from within the government of the president's orders yet.
The National Urban League and National Fair Housing Alliance called the executive order a blatant attempt to police thought and speech.
After Trump banned diversity trainings in sweeping guidelines, employees compared the atmosphere at the agency to the Red Scare.
Like masks, paid sick leave is an important tool in reducing transmission, researchers confirm. A federal law providing it is set to expire, though.
Between the pandemic’s toll on mothers and the right’s assault on reproductive rights, the equality Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought for has never been more at risk.