Alison Jimena became the voice of the fight to reunify families when she was recorded begging to call her aunt.
"Today I watched a lemon roll down a hill with thousands of other people from around the world."
A witness, who filmed the incident, said she'd previously seen a young white man "spouting racial slurs at them and aggressing them with a metal trash can lid and saying he had a knife."
A spokesperson for Papa John's said the company "condemns racism and any insensitive language, no matter the situation or setting."
"She said nothing to the other people that [were] not in proper pool attire, but chose to say something only to us, the only black family out there."
So, see you all there next year?
The three were involved with the hugely popular YouTube channel "High on Life SundayFundayz," which showcased their travels around the world.
Be the Jacuzzi-soaking, margarita-stealing, nap-taking bear you wish to see in the world.
Never has there ever been a more dramatic story about a sandwich.
"Life is hard enough for female professors. Your 'chili pepper' rating of our 'hotness' is obnoxious and utterly irrelevant to our teaching."
Here's how Wesley and Nicole booked a venue, bought a dress, rallied their guests, and tied the knot in just two days.
The White House press secretary is the third Trump official who had their dinner plans interrupted this week.
Katie Arrington, who beat Republican incumbent Mark Sanford in the recent South Carolina Congressional primary, will undergo several surgeries but "is certain she will be back to work for our state soon."
A spokesperson for the first lady said, "It's a jacket. There was no hidden message."
Koko knew an estimated 2,000 signs, played with dolls, painted, cared for five kittens, and met Robin Williams and Mr. Rogers.
The little girl has been on the front cover of newspapers and magazines. BuzzFeed News understands she's being held in a Texas family center with her mother.
The sign offered customers coupons for free coffee and a pastry if they reported workers who were not speaking English.
"They just ran me over, bro," the man can be heard saying in the video.
At least 1,995 children have been separated from their families under Trump administration policies.
"Dude loves to eat."