An updated version of the familiar blue and white icon that’s long symbolized accessibility in parking lots and restrooms alike is now taking its place in the art world.
For the first time, the Federal Communications Commission is taking steps to ensure that closed captioning actually matches what’s said on television.
Some of Broadway’s most iconic theaters are agreeing to make sweeping changes to improve accessibility for people with disabilities under a settlement with federal prosecutors.
Significantly enhanced efforts to accommodate people with disabilities are among several recommendations from a presidential panel tasked with improving the nation’s voting procedures.
A growing number of cities are mandating that new homes include accessibility features like levered door handles and wide doorways, but not everyone sees merit in the requirements.
A visit to meet Santa Claus can be overwhelming, but this weekend St. Nick will make some special adjustments to accommodate kids with disabilities at many malls across the country.
A recent court ruling that New York City’s emergency plans violate the Americans with Disabilities Act could have widespread implications for cities across the country.
Airlines will soon be required to improve access to their websites and airport kiosks and make other changes to better accommodate travelers with disabilities under new federal regulations.
Federal officials say an HOA is going to pay after refusing to allow a family to park a special vehicle in their driveway that they purchased to accommodate their son’s disability.
An apartment complex designed to accommodate those with disabilities is under fire from federal officials for having too few typically-developing residents.
More than two decades after the ADA took effect, many Amtrak stations across the country are not fully accessible to those with disabilities, a new report finds.
When disaster strikes, most people with disabilities are unprepared, leaving them vulnerable to injury and even death, a first-of-its-kind survey finds.
In response to a customer request, coffee-giant Starbucks says it will make a Braille gift card available year-round.
Following reports, Disney is confirming that starting next month its theme parks will update a policy that lets visitors with disabilities skip long lines for attractions.
Big changes may be in store for a Disney program that has allowed theme-park guests with disabilities to skip to the front of the line for many rides.