'I'm An American' Radio Show Promoted Inclusion Before World War II
Before the U.S. entered World War II, President Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted to promote tolerance toward immigrants. So, the government started a radio program featuring celebrity immigrants' stories.
In The Wake Of Harvey Weinstein Scandal, Women Say #MeToo
The ousting of a powerful Hollywood producer over multiple abuse allegations prompted women and other assault survivors to proclaim a simple idea: that sexual abuse is common in their lives.
Harvey Weinstein Case Highlights Pitfalls Of Workplace Harassment Claims
Most employers have policies on reporting sexual harassment, and human resources officials are required to investigate those claims. But those filing the complaints can face obstacles, experts say.
Immigration Judges Warn Against Trump Administration Benchmarks
The Trump administration is preparing to impose new benchmarks on immigration judges to speed through a backlog of more than 600,000 cases in U.S. immigration courts. But judges warn the change could hurt public confidence and violate the right to due process.
Corruption Trial Of New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez Continues
The defense phase of the corruption trial of Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., begins on Monday. Prosecutors said Menendez traded government favors with friends in return for a luxurious lifestyle.