Comcast will soon appear before the U.S. Supreme Court to argue that an 1866 Civil Rights Act was wrongly interpreted to loosen standards for filing discrimination lawsuits. Advocacy groups say Comcast's petition could be a blow to civil rights.
During his 31 years of working at Temple University, Thomas Anderson Jr., 83, was so respected that people called him, "Mr. Temple." He retired from the university in 2004, but continued to work as chair and co-founder of the George Washington Carver Science Fair.
Benjamin Crump will be in Philadelphia Monday to launch his disturbing new book, “Open Season,” in which he makes the case to charge genocide just as activists did in a 1951 petition to the United Nations.