"It’s clearly untrue that because she has Down syndrome, she can’t be a cheerleader," the founder of an organization for cheerleaders with disabilities told BuzzFeed News.
Prosecutors said the use of deadly force against Iremamber Sykap in Honolulu was "unnecessary, unreasonable, and unjustified under the law."
The manager has filed a federal defamation suit over the incident, during which he says he was arrested, interrogated, and "taunted" by police for hours.
"I for one am delighted that such a handsome footstool has achieved such greatness."
Meet Sean Kickham, a Natasha Bedingfield fan who wishes you'd all just chill out a little.
"Maybe there’s some person out there who will see that flag and smile and feel safe.”
Three voice actors, two lyricists, and two composers told BuzzFeed News what it was like 15 years ago to create what’s become TikTok’s latest trend.
The group flying the flag eventually ended up saving the very passengers who had allegedly been harassing them.
“Knowing there’s something that was free, accessible, and could have prevented their death, it’s heartbreaking.”
“While money can’t buy true and lasting happiness, it most certainly can still create moments of joy and it can ease a lot of suffering.”
Damiano David, lead singer of Italian rock band Måneskin, explained that he'd actually been reacting after a bandmate broke a glass.
Platt is certainly not the first adult to play a teenager onscreen, nor is he the first to look his age while doing it.
With demand for vaccines declining, officials are coming up with creative ways to reach those still unvaccinated. So we hitched a ride with a vaccine van.
All three victims suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were expected to recover, a hospital official said.
The company now says it was a "mistake" to defend the product after the death of a 6-year-old child was announced in March.
Brown was shot and killed by police in North Carolina in April. "This must stop. Enough is enough," Rev. Al Sharpton said.
Bianco alleges she was whipped, cut, electrocuted, berated, deprived of food and sleep, and forced to perform sex acts without her consent.
A man already charged with killing a woman whose body was found near the source of the Markley fire is now also accused of setting the blaze which killed two more.
Police said Mario Gonzalez, 26, "had a medical emergency" during his arrest but did not mention they'd pinned him to the ground and pressed a knee into his back until he lost consciousness.
The shooter, who opened fire at a grocery store in West Hempstead, New York, is believed to be a current or former employee.