President Barack Obama, continuing to barnstorm for his health care proposals, will urge doctors gathered in Chicago to support wider insurance coverage and targeted federal spending cuts.
After years on the defensive during the Bush administration, the National Organization for Women is elated to have a president sharing many of its goals.
Rosalind McLymont, the charming and outstanding Editor –in-Chief of The Network Journal was honored by New York City Comptroller.
Not long after Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin took over in 2002, she was being hailed as one of America's best leaders by national magazines.
IAC/InterActiveCorp will shut down the year-old RushmoreDrive, a search engine geared toward the black community.
Retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu says that President Barack Obama's background and race will help him influence African leaders.
News Corp. has agreed to form an external diversity council after meeting with civil rights groups about a New York Post cartoon that critics said likened President Barack Obama to a dead chimpanzee.
A new study shows that 43 percent of the professional positions in the NBA's league offices are held by women, giving the league its highest grade for gender.
Twenty-six North Carolina legislators sat out a vote Tuesday on a resolution honoring the late U.S. Sen. Jesse Helms, showing that the Republican remains a polarizing figure a year after his death.
Black, Latino and Asian lawmakers warned Democratic leaders that any health care overhaul that ignores health gaps between whites and minorities will face stiff opposition.