All The Stores That Will Make Employees Work On The Holidays November 27, 2015
Some companies have explicitly said that they will close in order to let employees be home with friends and family. Staples said, “We want our customers and associates to enjoy Thanksgiving their own way” by closing. “Family time is extremely important to us, and we want our associates to enjoy the holiday with their loved ones.”
Anti-Islam Hate Group Publishes Addresses Of Muslims And ‘Muslim Sympathizers’
Bureau of American Islamic Relations, which staged armed protest outside a Texas Islamic centre last week, adds to racial tensions in wake of Paris attacks
White Americans Are The Biggest Terror Threat In The United States
Almost twice as many people have died in attacks by right-wing groups in America than have died in attacks by Muslim extremists.
Sacramento Police Officer Gets Life In Prison For Raping 75 Year-Old Stroke Victim
Police officers reviewing footage of the incident immediately recognized their colleague, who was then an active officer on the Sacramento police force.
Your Thanksgiving Leftovers Could Be Helping To Stop Antibiotic-Resistant Diseases
Labeling on turkeys can be confusing and misleading, but buying an organic, humanely-raised turkey offers clear benefits.
Emails Reveal How Coca-Cola Controlled Anti-Obesity Group
"Akin to a political campaign, we will develop, deploy and evolve a powerful and multi-faceted strategy to counter radical organizations and their proponents."
7-Year-Old Texas Boy Who Donated Piggy Bank to Vandalized Mosque Gets Surprise
"Jack's $20 are worth $20 million to us because it's the thought that counts," Naeem told ABC News. "Jack is just a little older than my son, Ibrahim. If we have more kind-hearted kids like them in the world, I have hope for our future."
Dozens Of ‘White Student Unions’ Appear On Social Media Amid Anti-Racism Protests
Given the rapid speed with which they have emerged, some have questioned whether the groups are really created by students.
Kentucky Restores Voting Rights For 170,000 Ex-Cons, Joining National Trend
The Sentencing Project estimates that 5.85 million Americans have been disenfranchised because of felony convictions – enough to have swung the 2000 presidential elections, as two sociology professors argued in 2002.
Jewish Republicans Line Up Against Donald Trump
Donald Trump's Rise Sparks Widespread Angst Among Jewish Republicans