Nooses Found At Port Of Oakland Lead To Longshoremen WalkoutLongshoremen at one of the Port of Oakland's four active marine terminals have returned to work after walking off the job Thursday morning in response to nooses that were found on the property in recent weeks, port officials said.
UCSF Study: Nearly 4 Out Of 5 Physician Moms Experience Discrimination It's common for doctors who are moms to experience discrimination at work, according to a new study.
Trump's Treasury Secretary Pick Steve Mnuchin Accused Of Discrimination, RedliningThe man President-elect Donald Trump is tapping for U.S. Treasury Secretary -- banker Steve Mnuchin -- is facing claims of discrimination.
Yahoo CEO Accused Of Illegally Purging Male Workers In LawsuitA former Yahoo employee is suing the Sunnyvale-based internet company, claiming that CEO Marissa Mayer led an illegal purge of male tech workers.
San Francisco Is First To Ban City Contracts With Businesses In States With Anti-LGBT LawsSan Francisco is the first city in the U.S. to prohibit city contracts with companies in states that sanction LGBT discrimination.
Palantir Accused Of Anti-Asian Hiring Bias In Federal LawsuitThe U.S. Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit accusing a fast-growing Silicon Valley software company of systematically discriminating against Asian job applicants.
California Bill Targets LGBT Discrimination At Religious SchoolsThe conflict between religious freedom and gay rights has a new battleground -- California's religious colleges and universities.
North Carolina Gov. Wants Part Of LGBT Law Changed, But Not Bathroom RuleGov. Pat McCrory said Tuesday he wants to change a new state law that prevents people from suing over discrimination in state court, but he's not challenging a measure regarding bathroom access for transgender people.
Bryan Adams Cancels Mississippi Show Over State's New Anti-LGBT LawBryan Adams is canceling a performance this week in Mississippi, citing the state's new law that allows religious groups and some private businesses to refuse service to gay couples.
State Senator Proposes Adding Race, Ethnicity To Fair Pay LawThe proposal by Sen. Isadore Hall would add "race or ethnicity" to the requirement that employers justify any pay discrepancies between men and women who do "substantially similar" work.
San Francisco Bans Taxpayer-Funded Travel To Mississippi Over LGBT Discrimination LawSan Francisco taxpayers will no longer pay for city employees to travel to Mississippi after the state’s governor signed a law allowing discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, Mayor Ed Lee announced Wednesday.
Mississippi Gov. Signs Law Allowing Businesses To Refuse Services To LGBT PeopleMississippi's governor has signed a law that allows public and private businesses to refuse service to gay couples based on the employers' religious beliefs.