A spate of memoirs by former Trump aides has raised questions over loyalty to the boss and what it means to retain a seat at the president's kitchen cabinet.
Residents of Charlottesville express almost universal opposition to the ideology of last summer's Unite the Right rally. But there are still divisions over the place of free speech and historic monuments in a city and country grappling with its heritage – and its future as a multicultural society. Last in a series of profiles of individuals whose lives were changed by Charlottesville.
Tuskegee, Ala., has a long history as a beacon of black empowerment. The story of how a confederate monument was erected and remains a century later in the mainly black town provides insight into the difficulty of confronting a shared history that still divides a nation.
Some NFL players raised their fists or walked off the field in protest during the National Anthem, despite continued backlash, most prominently from President Trump. In July, the NFL scrapped a policy banning protesting, and have yet to announce a new one.
Vice President Mike Pence announced official plans to form a new branch of the military by 2020, framing the change as a response to potential aggression from Russia and China.
After a devastating review by the Justice Department, the Chicago Police Department is planning a state-of-the-art police academy in an impoverished neighborhood on the city’s West Side. The move has been met with protests from community members and politicians alike. A look at lingering tensions between the police and residents nearly three years after the release of the Laquan McDonald video.
Times Up will fund 18 groups helping support low-wage and domestic workers with $750,000 in grants. After celebrity cases brought sexual harassment to the fore of national discussion, Times Up has been contacted by thousands of women across sectors ranging from the lowest- to the highest-paid fields.