An analysis of available data found nearly one-third of those who have died from the coronavirus are Black.
The research underscores the challenges the Census Bureau faces in getting certain demographic groups to respond to the decennial survey.
A new book documents and debunks the long history -- and disturbing return -- of pseudoscientific beliefs about race.
Laura Ingraham’s rhetoric is extreme, but the belief that racism is normal, expected and understandable is quite common.
Despite Trump's Defense Of Aide, Most Americans Say Domestic Violence Allegations Should Be Disqualifying
Concerns about domestic violence are divided across political and gender lines.
As Congress debates immigration, remember where we came from.
People significantly overestimate the number of African-Americans benefiting from the largest programs.
The heaviest health burden seems to fall on Latinos who have darker skin or identify as black.
Its tactics are vicious, but it isn't "taking over" the country.
The U.S. took in Asian refugees after the Vietnam War, only to put many on a deportation path. A record number could be fed into this system in 2018.