Therapy Dogs For The Parkland Shooting Survivors Got Their Own School Yearbook Page And It's Pretty Amazing
"Including them was a really good representation of what we have gone through," said one student. "These dogs are going to be there until the last of us are gone."
Alabama's Governor Has Signed The Nation's Strictest Abortion Law
The law criminalizes nearly all abortions, except for when the woman's life is at risk.
California's Largest Utility Caused The State's Deadliest And Most Destructive Wildfire, Officials Say
The wildfire killed 85 people in November, nearly leveling the town of Paradise in Northern California and leaving tens of thousands of people homeless.
Alabama Republicans Voted To Criminalize Nearly All Abortions, Even For Victims Of Rape And Incest
The controversial bill, which now heads to the governor's desk to be signed into law, bans all abortions, except in cases where a woman’s health is at serious risk.
More Than 700 LA College Students And Staff Are Being Quarantined Because Of A Measles Outbreak
"One person could possibly infect a thousand people," said a health official.
Students Live In Tents, Do Homework Under Flashlights, And Deal Without Textbooks Months After California's Massive Camp Fire
“Staying in school is the hardest thing to do now,” one high school senior said.
A Husband And Wife Get Prison For Filming Themselves Sexually Abusing Children And Babies
“These are two of the most wicked criminals in Texas history,” US Attorney John Bash said.
The Parents Of A 5-Year-Old Boy Whose Body Was Found In A Shallow Grave Have Been Charged With Murder
Authorities had been to AJ Freund's house 10 times in the last five years and had documented the concerning, "unacceptable" conditions he and his brother had been living in.
The Armed 18-Year-Old Woman "Infatuated" With The Columbine Shooting Killed Herself
A massive search for Sol Pais had been sparked after she flew from Miami to Colorado on Tuesday and immediately bought a weapon.
The 21-Year-Old Accused Of Setting Fire To Three Black Louisiana Churches Now Faces Hate Crime Charges
Authorities say Holden Matthews burned three black churches to the ground and were investigating whether black metal music influenced his actions.
The Test-Taking Whiz In The College Admissions Scam Scandal Has Pleaded Guilty
Mark Riddell traveled to rigged testing centers to take admissions exams for children of paying clients, including actor Felicity Huffman.
A Deputy's Son Has Been Arrested In Connection With Fires At Three Black Churches In Louisiana
Authorities said they feared "other crimes were imminent" and immediately obtained warrants to 21-year-old Holden Matthews.
People Left Weakened And Devastated By California's Deadliest Wildfire Keep Dying As Hospitals Remain Overwhelmed
"A lot of people in Paradise lived on a deck of cards, and if you pulled one out, everything collapses," a former nurse at a hospital that burned down said.
Felicity Huffman And 12 Other Parents Will Plead Guilty In The Massive College Admissions Scam
The parents, along with one coach, could face a maximum of 20 years in prison for using bribery and fraud to get their children into elite schools.
The Mormon Church Will Now Allow Same-Sex Couples To Baptize Their Children
In a stunning reversal, the church said it will also no longer call same-sex couples "apostates," softening its views "to reduce the hate and contention so common today."
A Dad Becomes The First Parent To Say He Will Plead Guilty In The Massive College Admissions Scandal
About a dozen of the 33 parents allegedly involved in the largest college bribe scheme in US history appeared in federal court Wednesday.
A Parkland Teacher Warned There Wasn't Enough Mental Health Support After The Massacre. Now She Is Seeing Her Worst Fears Realized.
“I know what’s coming,” Kim Krawczyk said last year. "The level of depression is going to be detrimental if we don’t plan or properly treat it.”
An Arby's Manager Allegedly Shot And Killed A Customer After He Threatened And Spit On Her
Deionna Young returned to work after chasing down a man who kept harassing her. "She fired one shot and returned to finish her shift," Tulsa police said.
The Department Of Education Is Now Investigating Schools Tied To The College Admissions Scandal
Investigators are now checking into whether the universities broke any laws in how they have handled federal student aid.
New Zealand Police Say They Stopped The Mosque Shooter From Carrying Out Another Attack
"Lives were saved," police commissioner Mike Bush said. Officers stopped the suspect by ramming into his car as he swerved through traffic.