Race And Ethnicity
WASHINGTON - Former Agriculture Department employee Shirley Sherrod pleaded with officials to hear her out after she was ousted from the USDA during a racial firestorm in July, internal e-mails show.
RIGA, Latvia - The implosion of Latvia's economy has propelled an unlikely candidate to the front ahead of Saturday's national election: a left-leaning party rooted in the country's ethnic Russian minority.
ORLANDO, Fla. - The NFL received its highest grade ever for racial diversity hiring practices but is still behind on hiring women.
CHICAGO - The last time Chicago was left without a Daley at the helm, the next mayor was thrown out of office by voters angry because he couldn't keep snow off the streets.
No single election contest this fall combines the buzz and history-making potential of California's Proposition 19, which would make the state the first to legalize recreational use of marijuana.
- Judge OKs Kodak's settlement of race-based lawsuit
- Ousted worker Sherrod rejects return to Ag agency
- Ind. ruling halts caregiver choices based on race
- Hotel workers: Caller ranted about plane hijacking
- Caller sought whose hijack threat grounded flight
- Russian base in Armenia to stay through 2044
- Jetliner grounded in San Francisco after threat
- US ambassador highlights SAfrica media controversy
- Moroccan protesters block Spanish enclave border
- Ga. Senate candidate talks about race at USDA
- Immigration issue boosts Brewer in Arizona race
- Calif. high court upholds affirmative action ban
- Ousted USDA employee Sherrod plans to sue blogger
- Donors to give Kyrgyzstan $1.1 billion in aid
- Kyrgyzstan seeks $1.2 billion in aid
- Despite Sherrod spotlight, black farmers denied
- Father's death turning point for fired ag official
- WH apologizes to fired Ag worker; she mulls return
- 2 groups sue Nebraska city over immigration law
- Racial firestorm surrounds USDA employee's ouster
- USDA reconsiders employee ouster over race remarks
- NAACP retracts criticism of USDA worker
- USDA worker quits over racism charge from video
- US mom in China to find marrow donor for daughter
- Latino civil rights group: Gym chain discriminates
- South Africans revel in success as World Cup host
- Ravaged Kyrgyz village shows hard road to recovery
- Johannesburg draws poor, struggles to house them
- Uzbek farmers fear hunger in ravaged Kyrgyz fields
- Kyrgyzstan faces tricky political future
- Fiorina courts Latinos in California Senate race
- Watchdog: FIFA to withdraw ads that drew complaint
- South Africa revels in its World Cup moment
- Ill. Senate race: all insults, all the time
- Appeals court: Union Pacific did not discriminate