How colleges in 5 key states are pledging their support to DACA recipients

"We will remain committed to each other and to our shared values of diversity, equity, and inclusion."

What’s the best credit card? How to pick one that will boost your credit score and earn you rewards

If credit cards scare you, you're not alone. Here's how to overcome your fears and make the best choice.

DACA by the numbers: Hundreds of thousands rely on immigration program that’s now under threat

Ending the Obama-era program will affect hundreds of thousands of lives and lose billions of dollars for the economy.

15 states and the District of Columbia sue Trump over DACA decision

The states allege that Trump's decision to end DACA infringes on DACA recipients' rights to due process and equal protection.

Who is Parks Denton? Inside the catfishing scandal that rocked Gay Twitter to its core

“@ParksDenton your profile pic is actually my friend. That’s hella creepy, stop.”

Most Florida Republicans were opposed to funding Sandy relief. What will they do as Irma looms?

Most Florida Republicans were opposed to the Sandy relief package. We know how this ends.

What grassroots groups learned from fighting Trumpcare — and how they’ll apply it to the DACA fight

“It was the highly visible direct actions ... that helped change the conversation. People will need to step up boldly and put themselves on the line.”

#Cville2DC marchers pledge to fight white supremacy in all its forms after 118-mile journey

Organizers say today marks the start of new targeted campaigns against hatred and discrimination in government.

Airlines dispute claims they’re hiking ticket costs as Floridians flee Hurricane Irma

The cost of one-way tickets out of some Florida airports has reached over $1,000. “It’s just the way ticket pricing works,” says American Airlines.

Pro-Clinton site Verrit aims to “correct the record” on 2016, co-founder says

“To me there’s nothing more important than getting it right about 2016, because that’s the foundation on which all future elections will happen," Peter Daou said.

Florida sheriff doubles down on threat to jail people with warrants seeking shelter from Irma

"We’re hopeful there would be less fear of going to jail than there would be staying home during a catastrophic storm."

How choice paralysis can stop you from getting rich — and 5 ways to change that

Overwhelmed by choices? Here are five ways to overcome option overload.

Here’s what Sen. Bob Menendez’s trial means for the Senate — and for Democrats

The high-ranking Democrat is facing federal corruption charges over what prosecutors say was a quid-pro-quo relationship with a wealthy Florida eye doctor.

We asked constitutional scholars if DACA is legal. They’re split.

But they did agree on one factor undermining Donald Trump's "nation of laws" argument.

Trump voters aren’t comfortable with an increasingly diverse and accepting America, poll finds

Trump voters say they are "uneasy" with the U.S. becoming more accepting of diversity and different lifestyles.

Michael Kors doubles down on his watch of the future, with 2 new smartwatch designs

We tested the two watches out ourselves, and we were super impressed.

Bonnie Tyler on her iconic hit, the total solar eclipse and how she took control of her career

August's solar eclipse brought the Welsh singer back to the top of the charts.

#IStandWithMunroe: Why 8 fashion insiders are supporting Munroe Bergdorf after the L’Oréal firing

After Munroe Bergdorf was sacked from a L’Oréal UK campaign, others both in and out of the industry are issuing their support.

Beyoncé taps Laverne Cox to model her latest Ivy Park collection

All hail these two queens, tbqh.

Keeping ‘Insecure’ lit: HBO cinematographer Ava Berkofsky on properly lighting black faces

We spoke with the show's director of photography about how she keeps black beautiful on screen.

Ahead of NYFW, 2 major fashion powerhouses band together to ban underage, underweight models

LVMH, which owns brands like Louis Vuitton, Dior and Marc Jacobs, is one of the two powerhouses to sign on.

DACA activists erect, then tear down, confederate statue of Jeff Sessions

Activists called Sessions a "living monument" to white supremacy.

A DACA recipient on what should come next: “This is the beginning of a new fight”

For young activists like Justino Mora, the fight to save DACA is still going.

Women’s health clinic will offer free abortions for Hurricane Harvey survivors

"Continued political attacks on abortion access make an unwanted pregnancy particularly stressful in Texas."