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Community members support a chocolate shop owner who faced backlash for putting up a sign — “burn a rebel flag, get a free chocolate" — after a group waved Confederate flags outside his shop.
Trump critics mocked the president's military deferments after the first lady posted about Purple Heart Day.
Pole dancers from around the world are fighting Instagram's new policies, which are leading to lower engagement on content deemed "inappropriate." Many are even calling it "discrimination."
Cyntoia Brown, a sex-trafficking survivor sentenced to life in prison, took her first steps outside of the Tennessee Prison for Women — but her fight for freedom is far from over.
Sesame Place has issued a statement confirming that they removed the woman from the theme park.
Passengers on a Spirit Airlines flight were startled after they saw a bat fly through the cabin during a flight from Charlotte, N.C. to Newark, N.J.
"Toni Morrison — who died on Aug. 6 at the age of 88 — was the reason I wanted to be a writer, and her place on the faculty was one of the reasons I applied to Princeton," recalls a former student.
An Ohio woman, Marie Trainer, ended up having her arms and legs partially amputated after becoming infected with bacteria found in dog saliva. Here's what you need to know.
President Trump and other politicians pointed to violence in video games as a potential cause of mass shootings.
A Kansas City woman purchased a rifle from her friend and then had it destroyed after the El Paso and Dayton shootings.
Valerie Bertinelli talks about working with "Hot in Cleveland" co-stars Betty White, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick on the TV Land sitcom, plus what it would take for her to guest star on the new "One Day at a Time."
Ruben Martinez is challenging El Paso residents to perform good deeds "to honor the people who got killed in our city."
One of the teen boys who joked "break me off a piece of that" about AOC posted an apology on social media.
A man sent an email to a local Florida news station threatening an African-American manager of a hotel.
New study shows that sesame allergies may affect 1.5 million children and adults in the U.S. Researchers hope the FDA will require food labels to list sesame as an ingredient.
The change in dress code addresses the "disparities" between what is enforced against different groups of students.
The mother of 5 said she received a note in the mail telling her that unmaintained lawn was an “eyesore” and that she should “do better.”
Shawnna Bolick, Ariz. state Rep. is calling for improvements in postal workers’ working conditions after a mail carrier showed how hot mail trucks get by cooking a steak on his dashboard.
The astrophysicist was called "tone-deaf and cold" after he used data to downplay the death tolls in El Paso and Dayton.
Bebe Rexha opens up about the pressure facing her in Hollywood and the high-end fashion industry, and how she overcomes it in a new "BEBE LOVES BEBE" campaign.
Some have accused Camila Tominey of "white supremacy mentality" after she complained that of the 15 women featured on British Vogue's cover, "only five were white."