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A study released recently by Gallup examined cities with the highest percentages of LGBT residents among the 50 largest U.S. metro areas from 2012-2014. San Francisco had the highest percentage of LGBT residents at 6.2 percent.Read more »
In mid-March, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced that he would be encouraging employees to scribble "Race Together" on the sides of coffee cups to spark conversation about race with customers.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has commonly been criticized for expressing his conservative viewpoint on certain issues. Most recently, Jindal has spoken out about barring immigrants of the Muslim faith from the U.S. if they indicate a belief in "radical Islam."
Actress and well-known University of Kentucky Wildcats fan Ashley Judd was threatened with a number of explicit messages after tweeting about sports.
Across the country, campus carry laws are picking up momentum. But two states in particular, Florida and Nevada, look like particularly fertile ground for fresh campus carry legislation.
As part of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting Millennial women who are working hard to make a difference in their communities.
Senator Warren and Congressman Courtney have reintroduced the Bank on Students Emergency Loan Refinancing Act to allow borrowers a fair shot at repaying their college debt.