In the midst of a nationwide push for racial justice, public media is having a reckoning of its own.
In a 7-2 decision, the court upheld a Trump administration regulation allowing employers to deny contraceptive coverage to workers based on religious or moral grounds.
The world is waiting for a COVID-19 vaccine and the US government is spending billions of dollars to develop one.
Cristina Costantini, co-director of a new documentary about Walter Mercado, joins The Takeaway to discuss the famed astrologer's life and legacy.
President Trump has pushed the inaccurate message that far left activists are leading demonstrations around the country to distract from the real issues behind the uprisings.
On May 19th, Jo Rae Perkins, an avowed supporter of the far-right QAnon conspiracy theory, won the Republican primary race for U.S. Senate in Oregon, with nearly 50 percent of the vote.
A recent ruling by a federal judge declared a Florida law restricting former felons from registering unconstitutional.
Eugene Williams was released from prison in 2011 after serving 18 years in Florida’s Department of Corrections for armed robbery.
As uprisings spread across the U.S, white people are trying to figure out their role in the fight against police brutality and racism more broadly.
On April 20th, 2010, a drilling rig exploded off the coast of Louisiana and spilled millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.
A judge in Montana has canceled a key permit for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline that’s expected to stretch from Canada to Nebraska.
The program ran out of the money last Thursday and stopped taking loan applications from small business owners.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot joins The Takeaway to discuss racial disparities in her city's coronavirus cases and how her government is responding.
Republicans have taken Rep. Omar's comments out of context, while Democrats have been lackluster in their defense.
The world watched as the devastating fire engulfed the cathedral on Monday. But the pain of its damage goes well beyond Paris.
This is the first instance of a government using AI for the explicit purpose of racial profiling, according to reporting from The New York Times.
31,000 workers have been on strike since last Thursday, leaving 240 stores understaffed or closed altogether.
The churches were all burned in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana, over the course of ten days in March.
The price of insulin has nearly tripled in the last decade. Congress is now investigating why.
On Friday, the Trump administration banned transgender people from openly enlisting in the military. Advocates say this marks a return to "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" for transgender troops.