Black jazz legends were sent abroad as part of a State Department diplomatic push even while segregation continued back home.
Merce, Mark Morris, Bill T. Jones, and some new faces bust out their moves for the festival circuit.
Many African-Americans look past the controversies and cosmetic surgery to his achievements as a barrier-breaking musical star.
Hard-hit firms are cutting training. But hard times are when workers need it most.
Open talk, empathetic listening make staff cuts more than a cold exercise in cost saving.
They’ve allowed concealed-carry weapons in national parks, considered easing gun restrictions in the District of Columbia, and turned back a campaign pledge on gun-record transparency.
Obama's high-court pick is no 'stealth candidate.' She has made some 450 judicial decisions. What's more, she has not been shy about expressing her opinions publicly.
It’s not yet a gold rush to the ocean floor, but seabed prospecting is raising concerns.
Tattoo parlors are seeing steady profits, as consumers shift spending toward purchases that are more meaningful.
There's never been a Hispanic on the high court though they're 15 percent of the US population.