The latest news on affirmative action
Court heard arguments on affirmative action in college admissions Wednesday, and justices appear split.
Opponents of the program say the University of Texas is practicing illegal discrimination.
John Farrell writes that Obama's election is the signal we've been waiting for.
It's a new day in America, and about time we got over our hang-ups.
Controversial initiatives abound on today's ballots.
The conservative agenda will serve as a barometer on social policy.
The secretary of state determined almost 140,000 signatures were invalid.
A black president would be the strongest argument against continuing race-based employment programs.
Class of 2012 is first class to fully apply after the state banned use of race in admissions.
When affirmative action is removed from admissions, it's Asian-Americans, not whites, who benefit most.