Trump Administration Postpones an Obama Fair-Housing Rule

HUD will delay rollout of a measure requiring communities to analyze how their policies might be fostering racial and economic inequality.

Clarence Beavers, Last of a Black Paratroop Unit, Dies at 96

The unit, known as the Triple Nickels, was trained for combat but assigned in 1945 to fight fires ignited by Japanese balloon bombs in the Northwest.

Perry Wallace, College Basketball Pioneer, Is Dead at 69

As the first black varsity basketball player in Southeastern Conference history, he distinguished himself on the court while battling racism.

Dallas Schools, Long Segregated, Charge Forward on Diversity

By DANA GOLDSTEIN June 19, 2017 DALLAS — Michael Hinojosa was about to enter the ninth grade in Dallas when a federal judge ordered the city’s public schools to integrate. It was 1971, and Mr. Hinojosa, the Mexican-American son of a preacher, was...