The organizations say the repeal bill does not go far enough to get rid of the state's so-called "bathroom bill," which was passed a year ago.
PRWeek and Campaign have picked the lineup of films that will be screened at the May 4 festival in New York City.
Many social media users patted Delta on the back for its tweet, while others challenged the airline to disclose its own dress code policy.
Concerns about ads appearing next to inappropriate content on YouTube and Facebook's woes around fake news highlight the fact that, while tech is a prime driver of modern marketing and communications, machines are not perfect yet.
Not just pet and animal brands are getting in on the fuzziness. Sports teams, government agencies, and even the country of Canada are all posting their best puppy content and asking people to share their puppy pictures.
From an inspiring Communicator of the Year to a deep bench of incredibly inspiring campaign work, the PRWeek Awards prove the profession is not just part of the conversation - it's starting to lead it.
The fast-food chain said it wasn't behind a tweet posted and pinned on Thursday morning mocking the president's "tiny hands."
Heinz is finally coming around to Don Draper's pitch for Heinz ketchup. Love it or hate it? Vote below or tweet at @prweekus with your response.
Denny's social media team got a congratulatory note--from Twitter--for its 'zoom in' tweet.
The nature of leadership in enterprise is more important than it has ever been and two recent CEO examples illustrate this perfectly - Travis Kalanick at Uber and Oscar Munoz at United Airlines.
Is the Fearless Girl statue on Wall Street just a stunt for International Women's Day or something that will inspire girls for a generation? Take our poll below or tweet at @prweekus with your answer.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer briefs the White House press corps on Thursday afternoon.
As battle lines over House Republicans' bill to replace the Affordable Care Act become clearer, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer briefs members of the media on Wednesday.
Agencies around the world are asking staffers how they can #BeBoldForChange.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is giving his first televised press briefing in a week.
Before there was Greyball, there was Susan Fowler's blog. And before that, there was the #DeleteUber push. A timeline of the ride-hailing company's most recent falls from grace.
It's time to do something about the dearth of women in senior creative positions in advertising and marketing and the continued production of sexist ads and campaigns by some brands.
Nearly everyone agrees that something has to be done about fake news, but what is that something? And who has to do it? Take our poll below or tweet at @PRWeekUS with your answer.
"Zoom in" is the latest social media fad brands are trying to take advantage of.
On the 'Late Show' on Tuesday night, host Stephen Colbert asked former White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest how he thinks his successor, Sean Spicer, is doing corralling the press corps.