The Associated Press estimated the student debt of the class to be up to $40 million, but the Smith camp did not confirm the size of the gift.
SNL's Leslie Jones Blasted Anti-Abortion Laws And Said Lawmakers Can't Tell Her What To Do With Her Body
"When you take a woman's choice away, you take away their freedom," she said.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s fans and enemies are inventing a new kind of politics: fandoms and anti-fandoms that drive how we bond over candidates online. Today’s Instagram sticker is the new campaign button.
"We don’t have enough female role models. We don’t have enough visible female leaders. We don’t have enough women in power."
"Dump people the way you want to be dumped."
A data-driven exploration of ghosting: how we ghost, why we ghost, and what emotional debt we owe the people we date.
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A Medical Review Shows An Alabama Black Man Who Was Mistakenly Killed By Police Was Shot In The Back
Emantic “EJ” Fitzgerald Bradford Jr. "posed no threat to the off-duty Hoover Police Department officer who killed him," according to a statement from the family's lawyer.
Police Have Arrested The Suspect In An Alabama Mall Shooting, One Week After They Killed The Wrong Man For It
Alabama police incorrectly thought Emantic “EJ” Fitzgerald Bradford Jr. opened fire at a shopping center and killed him at the scene. They’ve now arrested another man for the shooting.
“Release The Video”: The Family Of A Black Man Whom Police Killed Is Demanding Evidence Be Made Public
“The family has no trust in the narrative that is offered by the police,” said the family’s attorney.
“We regret that our initial media release was not totally accurate, but new evidence indicates that it was not.”
So, Um, Julie Andrews Is Going To Be In “Aquaman” Playing Some Kind Of Sea Creature And People Are Here For It
“Who knew that Aquaman would have the real Mary Poppins this Christmas?” producer Peter Safran said.
This Teen Wrote An Award-Winning Essay About Gun Violence. Then A Stray Bullet Killed Her In Her Home.
“In the city in which I live, I hear and see examples of chaos almost every day," Milwaukee teen Sandra Parks wrote. "Little children are victims of senseless gun violence.”
She Paid A Lawyer Thousands Of Dollars To Apply For A Green Card. She Got A Deportation Order Instead.
Edith Duran fell victim to one of the most common and effective frauds that play off the hopes and fears of vulnerable undocumented immigrants: The “10-year law.”
The UN calls Myanmar’s treatment of the Muslim Rohingya minority a genocide, and says Facebook has done little to tackle hate speech. Analysis by BuzzFeed News sheds new light on Facebook's failures.
They Played Dominoes Outside Their Apartment For Decades. Then The White People Moved In And Police Started Showing Up.
“This used to be a bad neighborhood.” Two areas of New York City that have recently gentrified have a corresponding high rate of quality-of-life complaints, which sometimes draws police attention.
Identifying deaths related to Hurricane Maria could provide families with access to FEMA funeral funds and could also change what insurance benefits a family gets.
By The Time Trump Showed Up, Over 550 People More Than Usual Had Died In Puerto Rico After The Hurricane
Two weeks after the storm, Trump boasted that the official death count in Puerto Rico was 16 people.
The Labor Department refused to collect the data. So Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and others are demanding the Government Accountability Office do it.
Eddison Hermond, a member of the National Guard and an Air Force veteran, was last seen trying to save a shopkeeper from the flash floods in Ellicott City.