After a fire at a mosque in Tampa, Fla., members of the Jewish community have stepped up to help rebuild the mosque.
Because what constitutes a "hate crime" can be a matter of dispute, the reporting about them varies tremendously. ProPublica's A.C. Thompson discusses why the Documenting Hate initiative is necessary.
Last week leaders from historically black colleges and universities met with Trump when he signed to move the initiative on HBCUs into the White House. Critics say it was little more than a photo op.
President Trump has asked Congress to investigate his predecessor Barack Obama in regards to alleged wire tapping in Trump Tower. Obama representatives have strongly denied the allegations.
The number of wounded civilians and fighters is higher than expected in the battle to force ISIS from the Iraqi city. Care is coming from several sources, including U.S. forces.
More than a million international students go to college in the United States. But after recent events, and President Trump's policies, recruiters expect numbers to drop.
Director Jenner Furst talks about his new documentary miniseries, Time: The Kalief Browder Story, on Spike TV. Browder served three years in Riker's Island jail after being accused of stealing.
Tom Skilling, chief meteorologist for WGN-TV and The Chicago Tribune, talks about the Windy City's changing weather, specifically the record-breaking lack of snow this year.
The French presidential race is underway and it is already rife with political scandals. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley talks about the latest controversies.
This week on the Barbershop, Awesomely Luvvie's Luvvie Ajayi, The Root's Danielle Belton and Joann Lublin from The Wall Street Journal discuss women's role in the workplace.