“If you want to know why the 9/11 community is bent out of shape over these past, let’s call it 18 years, meet with them tomorrow, as soon as possible, and don’t make them beg for it,” Stewart said during a special appearance Monday on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert."
Thirty years after Ralph Birch and Shawn Henning were convicted of murdering Everett Carr, the Connecticut Supreme Court has vacated their convictions and ordered new trials.
The policy is legal thanks to a 2002 Supreme Court decision.
Kyle Kashuv isn't the first young person to be accepted at Harvard, only to be turned away before matriculating.
Former North Miami police officer Jonathan Aledda was found guilty of a lesser misdemeanor charge for culpable negligence in the 2016 case when he fired at an autistic man holding a toy car.
After 19-year-old Cynthia Hoffman was found dead, her family says she was likely targeted because her developmental disability made her vulnerable.
Macy Smith, 17, spent nearly seven hours pinned underneath her car after it went off the road. Her mother says Apple's Find My Friends app saved her life.
The 11-year-old had one message for the intruder: "Get a job."
The directive came during an interview in the Oval Office with ABC News's George Stephanopoulos.
Kristina Reeves, an appellate litigator in Mesa, Ariz., withdrew from consideration for an appellate judgeship on Friday after questions were raised about numerous passages in her statement of interest that appeared to be lifted from Justices Neil M. Gorsuch and Samuel A. Alito Jr.