"It's not about where he was from or his ethnicity,” Ian Grillot said. “We're all humans. I just felt I did what was naturally right to do."
'Mom’s unexpected survival and the full life she fashioned from it brings to mind millions of unheralded black Americans whose example was even more powerful for their loved ones than that of the extraordinary achievers the month typically honors.'
"This is a great way to show respect and honor for our Jewish cousins.”
With the Town Hall Project, constituents can easily look up where and when their member of Congress is holding events.
"You don't find people like Mike and Marian often, who want to help when they're needed."
A new grant program is in the works to give Muslims a chance to tell their own stories through film.
Americans are the most stressed they've been in the past decade, according to a survey by the American Psychological Association.
"Our mission is to eliminate barriers to immigration. We want to make sure we're not leaving anyone behind."
They arrived just before Trump's ban. Their welcome team has gone above and beyond to make sure they know they're wanted.
The League of Women Voters, which began in 1920, is going through a 'revolution.'