Few observers expected the issue of whether Clarence Thomas should serve on the U.S. Supreme Court to become a firestorm—and a national referendum on sexual harassment.
As President Donald Trump prepares to address Congress for his 2018 State of the Union address, take a look back at the history of this high-profile tradition.
The cult leader and mass murderer got parole hearings until the very end.
The Supreme Court case set a tenuous precedent, but without a definitive verdict. With such a complex past, what does the future hold for affirmative action?
In one of the most overlooked civil rights cases in American history, an American-born son of Chinese immigrants took on the U.S. government to affirm the principle of birthright citizenship.
As the debate over Neil Gorsuch’s nominated to the Supreme Court continues, explore the 1968 nominee who failed his Congressional test.
Find out how a couple in love brought forward the landmark case, Loving v. Virginia, which forever changed the color of marriage in the United States.