The latest news on race
Higher albumin levels in urine tests point to kidney and heart trouble in blacks more than whites, study finds
Study finds that just one in 10 pediatricians offers developmental and autism screenings in Spanish
But Mexican-Americans aged 45 to 75 still at greater risk than their white peers, results show
Judge rules practice unconstitutional following trial in which plaintiffs argued the NYPD had targeted black and Latino neighborhoods.
About 40 percent of white Americans have friends only of their own race, according to a new poll.
The president will wade into controversial issue of race again.
Insurance differences may explain disparity
People are less likely to correctly identify a person as multiracial than a single-race person.
Researchers said white students are disproportionately concentrated at elite, well-funded colleges.
Rep. John Conyers and Sen. Ben Cardin renew effort to stop racial profiling.