Part of the changes to Airbnb will include less of an emphasis on user photo displays and expansion of its instant booking program, which allows guests to reserve rooms without host approval.
In the lawsuit that was filed in March, Sharp claims the township created a hostile and racially intimidating environment because of the racist comments made towards him.
"We've heard your concerns about last week's video. We made a mistake, and want to get better at earning the trust of our black audience,” posted the media company.
An openly gay preacher in Austin, Tex. ordered a cake from Whole Foods, but upon returning to his car, was shocked to see what was written on the dessert.
A Toronto, Canada woman is speaking out against two managers at Zara after they complained about her box braids, calling the style extreme, according to The Huffington Post.
Charles Barkley is the latest celebrity to call for the NBA to move the 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte, N.C.
New Jersey resident Errol Narvaez was mortified after he was removed from a United Airlines flight due to his weight.
Michael Sam was the first openly gay player to be drafted by the National Football League in 2014. Though he never actually played in an official NFL regular season game after leaving the University of Missouri, Sam helped pave the way for the LGBT community in professional sports. In a soon-to-be released interview in Attitude Magazine, Michael Sam discussed his feelings about […]
The proposal, known as House Bill 757, was supported by religious groups and organizations who wanted protection for denying service to those whose religious beliefs are different from their own. If passed, the bill would have allowed the refusal of jobs and services without legal ramifications.
El Chapo's lawyers have a great reason why he shouldn't be forced to endure a U.S. trial...and that reason is Donald Trump.
A Muslim woman who stood in silent protest at a Donald Trump campaign even Friday was escorted from the rally while Trump supporters chanted "get out" and "you have a bomb."
The Metro Transit Police Department has released a report highlighting the racial disparities among public transit riders in Minneapolis-St. Paul, namely that Black adults are more likely to receive fines than their White counterparts. The data collected by the Metro Transit Police Department focused on the amount of fines given to those who could not pay public transit fares in the […]