Queen Latifah to be honored with Harvard's W.E.B. Du Bois Medal
The Cambridge, Massachusetts, school's Hutchins Center for African and African American Research will be presenting the medal
Texas man arrested for threatening San Antonio mayor 14 times in 2 days on Facebook
A Texas man was arrested Friday on charges that he sent more than a dozen threatening messages to San Antonio’s mayor, leading the mayor’s staff to believe the man could be “the next shooter,” according to a warrant affidavit.
One person wounded in shooting at Miami-area shopping mall
Gunfire at a shopping center near Miami on Saturday left one person wounded and SWAT teams searching the mall for suspects, but police said they encountered "no active shooter" at the scene, according to official reports on Twitter.
Windsurfer unhurt, but spent a night in waters off Delaware
Stranded windsurfer spent a night floating in waters off Delaware after his sail broke and he couldn't summon help; man unhurt
Bernie Sanders differentiates himself from Warren, says he's the only candidate willing to stand up to corporate elite
It looks like Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is beginning to distance himself from his good friend Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) policy-wise. The two Democratic presidential candidates have always gotten along well and are generally ideological allies, especially relative to many of their primary competitors. But Sanders was pretty clear in an interview that aired on Sunday's edition of ABC's Th...
Turkish offensive, U.S. withdrawal reportedly allows hundreds of ISIS supporters to escape Syrian camp
Suburbanites in Louisiana Vote to Create a New City of Their Own
The referendum to establish a largely white city called St. George on the edge of Baton Rouge, which is racially diverse, grew out of frustration over schools and local control.
She claimed her son had cancer and subjected him to 13 surgeries. He wasn’t actually sick.
Experts say the behavior of Kaylene Bowen-Wright, a Texas woman who last week was sentenced to six years in prison after pleading guilty to injury of a child, suggests a diagnosis of Munchausen by proxy.