The latest news on discrimination
In the late 1970s, military enlistment qualifications became the same for men and women.
Businesses realize diversity means profits.
The Supreme Court appeared open to gutting a portion of the law in arguments Tuesday.
Women not only earn less, but they pay more—for credit cards, health insurance, and even shampoo.
The tragedy is not receiving the same national attention as a recent shooting in a Colorado movie theater.
Craft a resume that accentuates your skills, not your age.
Thomas Jefferson High School is accused of discriminating against black and Latino students.
Class-action suit accuses conservative folk icon and his Arizona office of racial profiling.
Victim of unfair lending practices? The new consumer czar wants to do something about it.
For first time, the high court has acknowledged the existence an exception to anti-discrimination laws.