On Wednesday, Kentucky state GOP lawmakers overturned Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s veto on a transgender bill banning gender-affirming care for minors that has now become law. LGBTQ+ activists and organizations have vowed to continue the fight, however.
"Having that community around you is imperative, to be able to take a deep breath and look at it as a journey.”
The country’s youth are in a mental health crisis that has been exacerbated by the pandemic. A recent study on pediatric suicidal behavior reveals what may have led to this breaking point because it doesn’t include the years since COVID-19's spread.
Modern weather technology has saved countless lives. But there's still more to be done.
After the tragedy, lawmakers took to Twitter to insinuate that the shooter's alleged identity might've played a part in the attack. Police say they do not have a definitive motive, however.
On Saturday, actor Jonathan Majors, known for his role in “Creed III” and “Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania” was arrested in New York on charges of assault, harassment, and strangulation
We called up Professor Dorothy Roberts to discuss how the terror this family experienced fits into a larger pattern.
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Joylyn Bukovac, an WSMV4 multimedia journalist, survived the Discovery Middle School shooting in Madison, Ala. on Feb. 5, 2010.
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Last summer, a sheriff's department in Ohio raided the rapper's home for evidence of drug trafficking and kidnapping. He made a music video about it.
Despite work stoppages at about 100 cafes in more than 40 U.S. cities, Starbucks are still standing firm against workers unionizations.
The 28-year-old Black man was allegedly smothered to death by officers and hospital staff on March 6.
Black families are seeing the largest increase in switching from traditional schools to homeschooling, originally reporting at 3.3% and expanding to 16.1% in just half a year in 2020.
Atmospheric rivers have caused havoc in California. But they also have a good side.