On the morning of April 20, it seemed entirely possible that Ledell Lee would live to see another day. Lee, an Arkansas inmate on death row for murder since 1995, was scheduled to die that evening, but he had been granted a temporary reprieve, thanks to a court ruling barring Arkansas from using one of the drugs…
The state of Arkansas was scheduled to execute eight of its Death Row inmates in 11 days, starting this week. As of Thursday, all eight of the executions have been put on hold. (UPDATE: The Arkansas Supreme Court sided with the state in a crucial ruling on Thursday. See more details below.)
If you’re a New England Patriots player who decided to sit out the annual Super Bowl pilgrimage to the White House, you really, really, really didn’t miss much.
If living in a borderline dystopia where your president still won’t release his tax returns, elected representatives throw the n-word around like it’s a goddamn hackey sack, and milk could be $8 a gallon because your government insists on investing your tax dollars on immigration raids, don’t worry:
Los mexicanos normalmente usan la semana santa para viajar y muchos de ellos toman sus vacaciones en Estados Unidos.
Holy Week (or Semana Santa) is usually one of the biggest travel holidays of the year for Mexicans, quite a few of whom regularly head to the U.S.
Amidst a sea of stringy, pastel hair, appropriated headdresses, and weed crowns, we’ve found one maybe-not-terrible thing about this year’s Coachella festival: Latinx music is getting something of a boost.
Colt Keo-Meier, a native-born Texan, a clinical psychologist, and a trans man, has been one of the most visible people in the fight against transphobic politics in his state. Keo-Meier’s research on how testosterone affects the psychological health of trans men was the first of its kind, and influenced the American…
A Tunisian court has sentenced British DJ Dax J to one year in prison on charges of public indecency and offending public morality after he played a dance remix of the traditional Muslim call to prayer.
I remember, with painful clarity, the time I ached to be white. I mean that literally, by the way. I stuck a clothespin on my nose when I was about 6 years old, hoping to shape that flat, Filipino knob of flesh into a more aquiline point. That shit hurt and, even worse, it didn’t work.
Pepsi, having sipped the sweet nectar of social consciousness, apparently can’t get enough, and is taking another crack at “[projecting] a global message of unity, peace, and understanding.” Because if at first you wind up offending the entire planet by turning protests against police violence into an ad for Kendall…
Remember that moment after Donald Trump was inaugurated, and everybody felt like they needed to do something, say something, that now was the time to unite and express solidarity, extract some hope from the dark cloud of uncertainty that was now settling upon the nation? Remember how cathartic, how wonderful it felt…
Donald Trump y los republicanos quieren que el pueblo estadounidense crea que los inmigrantes son una amenaza para la nación.
Donald Trump and the GOP would have the American public believe that immigrants pose a threat to our country.
Have you ever admired a woman so much that you were like, “Damn, I should produce an ode to this woman over a supercut of her greatest moments that I’ll mix myself. And in that poem, I will rhyme ‘Chisholm’ and ‘racism?’”
With the Final Four kicking off this Saturday, the end of March Madness is quickly approaching. Some of you are focused on your brackets. Some of you are focused on money. Here at Fusion, we’re focused on one thing and one thing only: which team is the most woke?
The ongoing controversy over missing girls in Washington, DC has highlighted a deep divide between the city’s African American community and its police department.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in keeping with the Trump administration's hardline stance against undocumented immigrants, announced Monday that the Department of Justice will sever federal grant money to sanctuary cities.
In Los Angeles, reports of sexual assault and domestic violence are down among city’s Latinx population and many—including LA’s police chief— believe concerns about deportation are a factor, the Los Angeles Times reported.
A painting by a white artist of Emmett Till that has been featured at this year's Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum in New York has drawn protest from black artists, who have called for it to be taken down.