Elmore Nickleberry, and other black sanitation workers who participated in the Memphis sanitation worker’s strike of 1968, will soon be receiving $70,000 in retirement grants.
The video shows a man knocking over a Mexican vendor’s cart. It’s ignited tensions around street vending, which is both ubiquitous and illegal in LA, and about the racial discrimination vendors face.
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The unrest in the Motor City a half-century ago this summer left 43 dead. It was one of the most devastating episodes of civil conflict in the 20th century. But was it a riot or a rebellion?
The words “strong” and “inspiring” are not usually assigned to garden slugs. But slug slime inspired materials scientists to invent a new kind of adhesive that could one day help heal human wounds.
Republican senators are warming to the idea of a scaled-back plan that would delete the Affordable Care Act’s individual and employer mandates but leave much of the law intact.
The Senate has another day of debate on healthcare. Tuesday a repeal and replace proposal fell short of the votes needed to pass and on Wednesday, lawmakers will take a vote on a repeal only option.
Cyberattacks and data breaches are common at health care facilities, and they can put patients’ health at risk. Hospitals are behind the curve in beefing up defenses, industry analysts say.
The pioneering hip-hop radio duo drop by the Code Switch podcast to talk about making their way in a traditionally black genre and their new NPR interview show, What’s Good? with Stretch & Bobbito.
The department, which is 85 percent white, is offering minority high school boys an inside look. It’s hoped the boys will consider law enforcement or at least come away with respect for police work.