The Loneliness of Being Black in San Francisco

As the tech industry thrives, San Francisco’s African-American population is dwindling and its black middle class has all but disappeared.

Donald Trump Forces G.O.P. to Choose Between Insularity and Outreach

Mr. Trump’s political approach would have Republicans court working-class and rural whites at the grievous cost of alienating minorities and women.

Amid Protests Over Police Shootings of Black Men, Latinos Note a Disparity

Some advocates say that Hispanics’ fatal encounters with law enforcement do not inspire the same kind of scrutiny, outrage or discourse.

Mayor de Blasio, Informed by His Family, Steps Into Debate on Race

The mayor continues to push for changes in police tactics meant to bridge the gap between law enforcement and minorities.