Straight Outta Compton attempted to bolster his legacy by leaving part of it out.
The White House is pushing a new initiative to keep young men of color out of prison and improve their outcomes. But what about young women?
Every four years there’s renewed interest in the sport following the FIFA World Cup. But this time, there’s a chance that it could endure.
The untold story of the improbable campaign that finally tipped the U.S. Supreme Court.
The notion of using scientific methods to illuminate matters of the heart was once ridiculed, but has been vindicated in recent years.
One measure of America’s slow progress toward boosting the number of women in elective office is the number of toilets in the congressional restrooms.
Same-sex marriage is now a national right, but advocates for transgender detainees under U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are pushing for further reform.
How the language surrounding gay relationships is changing with social mores
TV has convinced America that same-sex couples can be just like straight ones. What’s next?
In Obergefell v. Hodge, the justices complete a process they began, almost without knowing it, in 1996.
A pioneering advocate of gay marriage responds to the Supreme Court’s historic ruling.
From small counties in Texas to the White House, politicians and candidates are responding to Friday’s historic ruling on same-sex marriage.
Gender inequality in athletics exists at thousands of campuses across the country—and it’s concentrated in one region in particular.
Until 20 years ago, women players who wanted to start a family would quit their careers. But more athletes are stepping up to the challenge of balancing motherhood with their love of the game.
On discrimination and religious-liberty claims, the battle for equal rights is far from over.
20 years after the movie’s release, its character and premise still feel notably progressive.
A new book is a cultural scrapbook on the resilience of a fraught institution.
It's quite possible to live and date in New York without a smartphone.
A new study finds that telling providers to teach women about the benefits of IUDs and implants makes a big difference in unplanned births. But not every woman who wants one can get one.
Why is it widest for some of the highest-paying jobs?
Though the political debate in the U.S. has stagnated, the rate of procedures performed has been in decline since 1990.