At the urging of his daughter, Ivanka Trump, President Donald Trump made sure to include a provision for six weeks of paid parental leave in the budget plan his administration released Tuesday.
Fake news swept across the internet in the aftermath of a deadly explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, on Monday night.
On the last night of his life, Corey Walgren sat with his parents in the kitchen and talked about the colleges they would visit over spring break. At 16, Corey didn't know what he wanted to study - maybe business, maybe astronomy - but he liked the idea of attending a Big Ten school. He wanted a big, bustling campus with different kinds of people, a place that could match his energy and varied interests. His parents, Doug and Maureen Walgren, described it as an exciting but bittersweet discussion with their eldest child, a rite-of-passage conversation that occurs in kitchens all across the country. It ended with the family deciding to visit the University of Iowa and the University of Minnesota,
That’s essentially the question Chevrolet has been asking America for quite some time now, with their ubiquitous commercial series that features “Real People.
A man who was beaten into a coma on the street in Inwood last week has died, officials said Tuesday. Lucio Bravo, 69 had been on life support since the vicious attack Thursday night, police said. Branlee Gonzalez, 19, was arrested Monday and charged with assault for the beating. He was ordered held without bail Tuesday and could face a murder rap now that the victim is dead, sources said. Bravo was talking politics with another man while sitting on Sherman Ave near Dyckman Street around 4 a.m. when both were attacked. The other man, Juan Calderon, 39, was less seriously injured. It wasn’t immediately clear why the men were set upon. Gonzalez attacked the two before being pulled away by a female
Here's the problem with tweeting things that don't quite make sense when you're a high profile person like the first lady of the United States: if you say something absurd, people will call you on it. Such an opportunity presented itself on Sunday when Melania Trump posted the following message on social media during her visit to Saudi Arabia with President Trump: "Enjoyed talking to the incredible women working hard @GE_Saudi service center. Great strides being made towards the empowerment of women." SEE ALSO: Um guys, did Melania Trump just brutally troll her husband on Twitter? The Twitter post features Melania surrounded by a group of GE workers. In yet another Twitter post along the same