Elena of Avalor sings and wears a crown like other Disney princesses, but she’s also a guitar-playing, sword-wielding heroine who the Latino community can claim as its own.
Roughly a week after the Olympics' primary antidoping watchdog argued that Russian athletes should be banned from competing in Rio altogether, the International Olympic Committee decided "individual justice" needed a place at the table. With just two weeks to go before the Summer Olympics begin, Russian athletes will have to prove their innocence to be allowed to compete.
The Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center, an organization composed of car companies, released best practices for preventing and responding to hacks on connected cars.
After much soul-searching, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver made the call to move the 2017 NBA All-Star Game out of North Carolina, in protest of the state's controversial HB2 law. Here's what you can learn from the league's methodical strategy.
In light of recent events between police and the community, the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives modified the focus of its 40th Anniversary Training Conference, taking place this week in Washington, DC.
The legendary NCAA coach, who died last month, played a significant role in drawing public attention to Alzheimer's disease. The influence she had on the condition could help researchers and groups like the Alzheimer's Association turn a corner in fighting the disease.
In an unprecedented move that could keep the world's largest country from competing in Brazil next month, the executive board of the World Anti-Doping Agency has called for a full competition ban for Russian athletes, due to an array of scandals. The International Olympic Committee has promised a tough response.
Embezzlement, violence, and lawsuits are the last things an organization expects. But the Healing Arts Initiative story underscores how simply a culture can get messy.
A number of incidents involving nursing home employees who disrespected or mocked residents on social media have prompted the American Health Care Association to boost its focus on social media policies. Enforcement hasn't been easy, however.
The Tampa Bay Area Chiefs of Police Association decided it was time to confront the pervasive problem of sexual assault, focusing on both police training and public awareness.