Federal officials said they have closed a lengthy investigation into the death of Bijan Ghaisar two years ago.
Evangelical male leaders are calling on female preachers to sit down and shut up. But Beth Moore insists that women are also called to be evangelists.
Ford paid tribute to the "Know My Name" author and sexual assault survivor for a Time magazine feature on 100 rising stars.
Films whose stereotypes haven't aged well come with a warning: “This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.”
The presidential contender debunked the phrase in less than two minutes.
The 24 hate-motivated killings logged by law enforcement agencies in 2018 was the most on record.
The bipartisan bill encourages states to give victims of sexual violence the same protections they’re currently afforded under federal law.
Archbishop José Gómez is an immigrant from Mexico and a strong advocate of a welcoming policy towards undocumented immigrants.
Muslim women are often silenced by their own communities or face Islamophobic stereotypes from outside agencies when they try to seek help.
The HBO Max reboot is getting a much-needed update with "nonwhite leads" and “a lot of queer content.”
When it premiered on ABC in 2015, it became the first broadcast sitcom about Asian Americans since Margaret Cho’s short-lived “All-American Girl” in 1994.
Images from the arrest in Queens left many people concerned about the Trump administration's militarized targeting of undocumented immigrants.
Ghazala Hashmi is the first Muslim person elected to Virginia’s state Senate.
A new report found that political discord and mass shootings are both significant sources of anxiety for most Americans.
Thanks to politicians, racism nationwide is louder than ever before, these Canadians say.
Silvia Federici, author of "Caliban and the Witch," speaks to HuffPost Brazil about a new kind of witch hunt and how it aims to control outspoken women.
There’s a lot of loneliness in having someone discount who you are for something you can’t control.
As the writing challenge turns 20, it’s time for the publishing industry to challenge itself.