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This is what a week is like for children in Aleppo as told by an English teacher.
The reaction by the alt-right to the increased attention has been welcoming. Even though they were criticized, they say they are now legitimate.
The attempts to tear down Jones reflect an intersection of hatred directed at women who are also people of color called "misogynoir."
Ericka Alston rebounded from drug addiction and chose a path of community service in a disenfranchised black neighborhood.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage gave a lawmaker an earful with a foul-mouthed voicemail demanding that he "prove I'm a racist."
A political committee for Mylan has donated to most of the Senate committee that has asked the drugmaker to explain price increases.
SpaceX's Dragon made its grand return to Earth this morning.
The heart-wrenching photo has since been shared more than 5,600 times.
Jeff Marks, who was the general manager at WDBJ during the shooting, looked back at the horrific events as 'the worst day for all of us.'
Two nuns who worked as nurses and helped the poor in rural Mississippi were found slain in their home, officials said Thursday.
The famed agents have visited the crime scenes.
An officer races to save a man trapped in the rear of a car as a fire engulfs the vehicle.
'Southside With You' chronicles the first couple's love story a, they will be treated to a genuinely romantic film.
With the first funerals set to be held on Friday, Italy's Civil Protection department told NBC News the death toll had gone up to 267 overnight.
France's top court suspended the controversial ban on burkinis, weighing into a debate that has divided opinion both inside the country and abroad.
Video and photographs showed at least two buses carrying men, women and children leave a bombed out neighborhood.
The case for raising the short-term interest rate "has strengthened in recent months," said Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen at Friday's much-antici
A News21 review of four years of data finds no prosecutions for voter impersonation.
A petition calls for residence hall at Eastern Kentucky University to be re-named after slain Cincinnati Zoo gorilla, Harambe. WLEX's Patrick Price reports.