School bullies “curse at him, they call him an idiot, they call him stupid,” the student's mother told reporters.
Bethesda’s Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church is protecting Rosa Gutierrez Lopez while she fights her immigration case.
Supporters have collected more than 10,000 signatures asking the governor of Arizona to grant Pablos a pardon.
The former national security adviser will be sentenced next week for lying to the bureau over his conversations in late 2016 with the Russian ambassador.
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After five days in jail, Jazmine Headley, 23, was released Tuesday night.
Susan Bro’s comment was prompted by a question about the president's reaction to the violence in Charlottesville.
The Geminids promise to be the best meteor shower of the year, if the weather cooperates.
A 4.4-magnitude earthquake and aftershock hit Tennessee and was felt more than 150 miles away in Atlanta.
Irene O’Shea’s achievement as the oldest skydiver in the world is under review by Guinness World Records.
Breana Rouhselang was killed by her unborn child's father, Aaron Trejo, authorities say. The teens were classmates at Indiana's Mishawaka High School.
The professor of media studies, who was fired by CNN for language construed as hostile to the existence of the state of Israel, was protected by the First Amendment, Temple's board of trustees stated.
Despite technological and cost hurdles, experts say that pulling carbon dioxide from the air is essential.
The mother and aunt of McKenzie Adams said she was taunted for being friends with a white boy, while school officials said they found no record of bullying.
While fentanyl overdose deaths skyrocketed from 2011 to 2016, according to a new report, cocaine overdoses also increased, reversing an earlier downward trend.
A depiction of a lynching at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte was an art project by a student of color, university officials said.
Projects covering roads, bridges, autonomous vehicles, ports and more get funding, but hundreds more were left behind, renewing calls by some officials for an infrastructure push.
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