Black Twitter created a hashtag in response to a Supreme Court case brought by Abigail Fisher, a white woman who sued the University of Texas at Austin on claims that she was not accepted because of the existence of affirmative action.
The Supreme Court has begun deciding on the future of affirmative action in college admissions Wednesday. The justices met today and gave contrasting opinions on whether a policy that uses race to determine whether an applicant gets accepted should continue at the University of Texas at Austin.
Congressional Democrats reach their lowest point in the polls while Republicans are counting the days until they're in complete control; Rep. Jim Clyburn fears that attempts to impeach President Obama will soon follow; immigration could complicate Loretta Lynch's confirmation process to become attorney general – and more.
The Department of Justice and the Department of Education issued a letter to colleges, high schools and elementary schools advising them that they can still use affirmative action in diversifying their student bodies if their state has not banned it.
New Yorkers responded to an NYPD call for photos with images of police brutality; a GOP House staffer tells boss at public event how he's "lucked out" with Obamacare; Donald Trump doesn't like the way President Obama walks – and more.