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May 20, 2013
"You know damned well that the Nobel Committee doesn't engage in such tradition," he says of the call for a posthumous conferment.
One writer contemplates life after the days when "the apartheid system looked after whites and did very little for anyone else."
E.W. Jackson thinks the president has "Muslim sensibilities," and he's not afraid to throw around a KKK reference.
Our Race Manners columnist answered your burning questions in a Reddit Ask Me Anything. Check out her answers!
The president and those in his closest circle are speaking to black college graduates across the country. On Friday the first lady delivered remarks at Bowie State's commencement.
A former NASA engineer who can relate to the bright teen's story has offered to foot the bill for her to attend an internationally known science program.
Two brothers are now being held in connection with the attack on a Mother's Day parade.
At a California high school, someone defaced property with a list of African-American kids who should be the "first to die."
The Washington Post's visual of World Values Survey data provides a global snapshot of attitudes.
The Cleveland kidnapping hero will be remembered through more than just memes.
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May 13, 2013
The president called the targeting of conservative groups "outrageous" and said he "will not tolerate it." Will critics be satisfied with his response?
In remarks touting the health care legislation's benefits for women and families, the president warned against misinformation.
If confirmed, the North Carolina congressman and former Black Caucus chair will run a key housing-regulatory agency.
Via Twitter, our favorite jokes and celebrity run-ins from the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
The Senate's defeat of a bipartisan gun-buyer background-check bill inspired unusually harsh words from the president.
An unlikely coalition of stars, activists, elected officials and athletes has a drug-policy message for the president.
The vice president will wrap up Black History Month by taking part in the annual crossing of the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
Talking to The Root, black lawmakers gave it high marks, and NAACP's Ben Jealous praised "the president's swag."
As he starts a second term, we look at how he's addressed eco-hazards in poor and minority areas.
As we count down to a second term, a look at his approach to the achievement gap.