Hard-Boiled Easter Eggs Recipes: 10 Recipe Ideas For Leftover Eggs From Sunday Celebrations
If you prepare, you may not have to make dinner for a few days after Easter Sunday.
Easter Sunday 2016: Bible Quotes, Key Verses For Christians About Jesus’ Resurrection
Christians typically read several Bible verses that signify the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday.
Black Lives Matter The Movie? Fox 2000 Making Film That Casts ‘Hunger Games’ Star Amandla Stenberg As Lead
After a bidding war, young adult novelist Angela Thomas’ upcoming book about social activism was acquired by Fox 2000.
What Is ‘Trump Training’? NPR Offers Journalists War Guide For Avoiding Violence At Candidate's Rallies
News organizations, government agencies and other organizations have traditionally offered training to help employees respond to hazards such as riots, bombing attacks and kidnappings.
LGBT Rights 2016: Kansas Law Allows Religious Groups To Discriminate Against Gay Students, ACLU Warns
A new Kansas law — the first of its kind in the U.S. — allows student groups receiving public funds to limit membership based on religious beliefs.
RIP Phife Dawg: 5 Notable Verses By Late A Tribe Called Quest Rapper Malik Isaacs Taylor
After a long battle with diabetes, the rapper who pioneered culturally conscious hip-hop is remembered for his witty and thought-provoking lyrics.
Voter Suppression Coming Back To Texas? State’s Halted Voter ID Law Gets Appeals Court Hearing in May
Texas officials say they are ready to defend voting laws that critics have panned them as discriminatory to poor, minority and Democratic voters.
Brussels Terror Attacks: How New York City Commuters, Tourists Reacted To ISIS Belgium Bombings
After numerous past incidents, many who live in and around the city say they have come to trust authorities' ability to address potential threats.
Obama’s Cuba Human Rights Speech Live Stream: Watch President End Historic Trip With Address To Cubans
“Cuba’s destiny will not be decided by the United States or any other nation,” the U.S. president said on Monday.
Election Polls 2016: In Arizona, Utah And Idaho Contests, Trump And Clinton Face Some Challenges
Three states holding presidential-nomination contests Tuesday could produce mixed results for the Democratic and Republican front-runners, according to recent polls.
Does Rachel Dolezal Love Twitter? Views On Social Media Changed After Racial Identity Scandal
"It felt good to be able to have a platform for networking with others globally around shared goals, causes and interests," she said.
Kelly Rowland SXSW Panel: Dark-Skinned Women Need More Role Models In the Entertainment Industry
“No disrespect for lighter women, but we have to see all colors,” the singer told an audience in Texas.
NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade Sees Historic Gay Celebration Amid Religious Freedom Protests
At the city’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Thursday, gay and lesbian groups were able to march under their own banner for the first time.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade NYC: List Of Gay And Lesbian Groups Marching For First Time After Decades Of Exclusion
The Irish Queers and the Lavender & Green Alliance were expected to officially march in the 2016 parade after decades of exclusion.
Supreme Court Nominee 2016: Obama Missed A Diversity Opportunity, Black And Asian Leaders Say
Leaders of several minority groups said that President Obama let them down by announcing Merrick Garland as his Supreme Court nominee.
Spring Break 2016: Howard University Students Head To Flint, Michigan, To Aid Water Crisis Victims
The 43 students participating in what is known as an “alternative spring break” were scheduled to help collect and distribute bottled water to residents.
Texas Drinking Water Crisis? Unsafe Arsenic Levels For Thousands Of Rural Residents, Environmental Group Says
An environmental group says Texas’ water quality advisories inadequately state the risks of consuming arsenic-tainted water.
Brussels Terror Raid Update: Belgian Police Officers Injured As Paris Terror Suspect Still At Large
Tuesday’s raid was the latest since the November 2015 Paris attacks that left 130 dead — and a key suspect is still at large.
Voting Rights 2016: Texas Governor Blasts Obama’s Voter ID Critique; Civil Rights Group Sues Over Election Law
Texas had one of the lowest voting-age participation rates of the states that held primaries, which President Obama recently blamed on state leaders.
How Anti-Trump Protest Organizers Are Bracing For Racism, Violence In New Grassroots Civil Rights Movement
Activists who oppose Donald Trump say they are prepared to face racist violence at his future rallies across the country.
Donald Trump's Latinos: Voters Talk About Why They're Supporting His Presidential Bid
Latino supporters of the New York businessman explain — in their own words — what they like about the GOP presidential candidate.
Obama’s Criminal Justice Legacy: Clemency Program Accepts Small Percentage Of Applications Amid Reform Push
Despite President Barack Obama’s focus on criminal justice reform, thousands of clemency cases are still pending at the Justice Department for reasons that include a lack of funds.
Watch Nancy Reagan Funeral Live Stream: Michelle Obama And Hillary Clinton Expected At California Services
After the services, Reagan will be laid to rest next to her husband in a hillside tomb that faces the Pacific Ocean.
When Is The Next Republican Presidential Debate? GOP Candidates Meet For Utah Event In March
The next Republican debate will be in Utah, which has never hosted a high-profile presidential candidates’ event.
Voting Rights Act 2016: Texas Voter ID Law To Get New Hearing In US Court Of Appeals, During Election Year
The state's attorney general welcomed the court’s decision to revive arguments after federal judges struck down the law.
Who's In The Miami Republican Presidential Debate? Donald Trump, Ted Cruz Headline 12th Debate
Thursday night's debate could be make or break for Marco Rubio, who trails Donald Trump in Florida polls.
Harriet Tubman Day 2016: Facts, Quotes, Photos Of The Abolitionist And Underground Railroad Conductor
“I freed a thousand slaves; I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.”
MSNBC, Fox News Marco Rubio Town Hall Live-Stream: How To Watch GOP Presidential Candidates In Tonight’s Free Broadcasts
The four remaining GOP candidates will compete for attention, while Democrats debate Wednesday night.
Newark Water Crisis? 30 Schools Can't Use Faucets Due To Elevated Lead Levels, New Jersey Officials Say
"Parents should have no concerns about students' water and food consumption at the school while the situation is addressed," officials said.
Missouri Senate Filibuster Of Same-Sex Marriage Religious Freedom Bill Is Praised By National LGBT Advocates
LGBT groups Wednesday praised Democrats’ day-and-a-half filibuster against SJR 39, a religious exemptions bill similar to legislation being considered in nearly two dozen states.