It is a tale of two Americans at opposite ends of their glorious careers.
Three landmark civil rights laws are as central to MLK’s legacy as his “I Have a Dream” speech. But a new conservative bloc on the Supreme Court is poised to dismantle them — while claiming to honor King’s legacy.
Jake Patterson lasted only two days as a temp at the Saputo cheese factory in Almena, Wisconsin, a largely forgettable stint but for a brief stop behind a school bus while driving to work on a desolate stretch of US Highway 8.
A tornado roared through central Alabama on Saturday, destroying several homes and leaving families trapped in their basements.
It feels like just yesterday that Sphen and Magic, the same-sex penguin couple living at Sydney’s Sea Life Aquarium in Australia, melted the Internet’s hearts by bringing a baby chick into the world.
Tony Mendez, a CIA operative who was portrayed by Ben Affleck in the 2012 Oscar-winning movie “Argo,” died Saturday morning, his literary manager Christy Fletcher said.
An unlikely duo’s illegal gun trade seeded crime and tragedy in Washington, D.C., and beyond, documents show.
The University of Oklahoma is in the midst of a scandal after a video on social media shows a student in blackface and possibly using a racial slur.
A crowd of teenagers surrounded a Native American elder and other activists and mocked them after Friday’s Indigenous Peoples March at the Lincoln Memorial.
The children’s eyes light up when their mother pulls out a photo of her triplets taken shortly after their birth in 2015.