Tamika Mallory took to Facebook Live last Sunday, tearfully recounting how the pilot scolded her after she had a disagreement with a gate agent.
Rainn Wilson was in Chicago for the Baha’i Light of Unity Festival, nine weeks of events through Nov. 12.
About two-thirds of all high-school grads were going on to college, but rates varied greatly across school districts and counties.
“I don’t know how the narrative shifted, but it has shifted in such a way that the Right is winning right now,” Grambling’s Richard Gallot Jr.
Heart attack survivor Elston Harris hopes to encourage players to learn CPR on Saturday with a very special basketball game.
“There’s something everyone can identify with,” says Dawn-Lyen Gardner of the family drama, which returns Tuesday.
Walgreens has donated the 25,000-square-feet store, which the chain closed in August amid community protest.
“How can I express how I am feeling? I don’t want to understand that this is my last day in the U.S. I don’t want to believe that,” Odeh said.
“There will be enough women on the Supreme Court when there are nine,” said the outspoken judge, who veered from addressing any politics of the day.
Azalia Martinez was only 3 when her mother packed up her and her two brothers for a two-week trek on foot from Guerrero, Mexico, to the U.S. border.
The Y will continue to operate the housing, and its Youth Safety and Violence Prevention program will remain housed in the building for now.
“Everything I’ve worked for the past 20 years is out on the curb,” said Chicago native Mark Pitts, who moved to Houston in 1988.
The women who gathered at Captain Hard Times eatery on 79th Street had one thing in common: they sought ways to do something about gun violence.
NBC5 anchor Rob Stafford, who will be back on the air Monday, talks about his well-chronicled health struggles.
The “Criminal Minds” alum wants his new CBS series to “bring some humanity to what’s going on.”