The latest news on affirmative action
Other student groups said they will continue with plans to hold counter-protests.
South Africa is struggling with a debate over how to transform its legal profession.
Some say there's a new kind of segregation in schools, 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education.
Administration says colleges can consider race only if race-neutral options did not achieve diversity.
A recent Gallup poll shows most Americans favor affirmative action, just not in college admissions.
Liberal justice reads multiple dissents from the bench.
The Supreme Court punts back to a lower court in Texas case.
The Supreme Court held off on an affirmative action decision, punting the case back to a lower court.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas compares affirmative action to segregation.
Businesses realize diversity means profits.