As COVID Continues To Spread, Alabama's Governor Said "It’s Time To Start Blaming The Unvaccinated Folks"
"These folks are choosing a horrible lifestyle of self-inflicted pain."
The charges stem from an incident in August 2020 in which the rapper's security team allegedly chased a man using sirens and flashing lights before stealing his phone.
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“There's some times where I look at him like, You're the most beautiful dog I've ever seen. And then there's some times I'm like, What hole did you crawl out of?”
“You're not on a pile of debris — you're in somebody's house."
Surfside Residents Are Coming Together Over Bagels To Grieve The Condo Collapse And Help Their Tight-Knit Community
“The first child that was pulled out was in my daughter’s class.”
This Man’s Mother And Grandmother Remain Missing In The Surfside Building Collapse. He’s Grieving And Also Demanding Justice.
"She would be writing letters, be in front of every camera, reporter, anything, making sure that whoever is responsible is held accountable for this. That’s what keeps me going.”
"My daddy always used to help me brush my teeth," said 7-year-old Gianna.
The eccentric tech millionaire was arrested last October on charges of tax evasion.
Instead, the 3,044 empty seats represented the students who did not graduate this year because they were killed by gun violence.
A Man Shot To Death In South Carolina Was Awaiting Trial For A Boat Crash That Killed A Teenage Girl
Police in South Carolina on Monday said they know "everyone has questions and rumors are abundant."
Inside The Microsoft Teams Meeting That'll Determine What Happens If You Get Sexually Assaulted On Campus
This week's public hearings into Title IX and campus sexual assault are part of the Biden administration’s review of regulations introduced by Betsy DeVos. How much will he ultimately change?
“It Feels Like We’re Profiting Off Of Black Death”: Tulsa Residents See Civil Rights Tourism But No Reparations
One hundred years have passed since the Tulsa massacre, but little has been done to make amends or improve the lives of Black residents, whose fate can be decided by their zip code.
People In Tulsa Are Marking 100 Years Since The Massacre That Killed Scores Of Black Residents. Some Survivors Are Still Alive.
Up to 300 Black people are estimated to have been killed during the Tulsa massacre, and 100 years later, survivors continue to demand justice.
“Rich People Gonna Rich People”: People Say Their Wealthy Friends Disappointed Them During The Pandemic
“It makes you realize how little people actually care,” one person said about seeing her wealthy and carefree friends jet-setting around a world trying to get through a pandemic.
"I hear the screams. I live through the massacre every day," said 107-year-old Viola Fletcher.
"Everyone – including LGBTQ people — should be able to access health care, free from discrimination or interference, period."
"Words fall short to describe the tragedy that took place this morning."
Trainer Bob Baffert has been suspended from racetrack Churchill Downs.
The Atlanta Civil Service Board found Garrett Rolfe, the officer charged with Brooks' murder, was not fired in accordance with city code.