A handful of corporations in the U.S. announced this year that they are making Juneteenth, the day traditionally used to commemorate the end of slavery, a companywide holiday.
The English Premier League returned Wednesday with Aston Villa taking on Sheffield United and Manchester City playing Arsenal. “Black Lives Matter” stretched from end to end on the back of each player’s jersey, rather than displaying a name.
By working with automakers and rental car companies, as well as the millions of independent contractors who drive for Lyft every day, the ride-hailing company believes it can prevent “tens of millions of metric tons” of pollutants from entering the atmosphere.
“The overhauled Fisheries Act has the potential to be one of the most transformative things that has happened for our oceans in many years, says Josh Laughren, Executive Director, Oceana Canada.
The agreement promised to promote a comprehensive life-cycle approach to urgently and effectively prevent and reduce plastic litter discharge to the oceans.
Starting in 2020, Nevada employers cannot refuse to hire a job applicant for failing a marijuana screening test, making it the first state to pass such a law.
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that the rainbow flag would be flown over the California State Capitol through July 1 in recognition of LGBTQ Pride Month.
We’re going big on renewable energy. It’s a clean, abundant, renewable source of home-grown power, said Joe Taylor, vice president of global tech optimization and implementation, AT&T
The United Nations health agency announced on Monday the condition, also known as gender dysphoria, has been reclassified as a sexual health condition.
Hawaii is taking the lead in embracing yet another innovative idea: universal basic income (UBI).