“I thought it was a perfect time because everybody is talking about the border, some people want it, some don't want us to have one," Mac's Fresh Market owner Reggy McDaniel told KALB.
"What I did was took a knee against racial discrimination, which is basically when people are mean to other people of different colors," Liam Holmes told WCNC-TV.
Twitter users quickly took note of her ensemble, wondering if it was a nod to the “suffragette white” that Democratic lawmakers had chosen to wear to symbolize women’s rights.
Antonia Bundy, a 911 dispatcher in Indiana, helps out a boy in need of some math homework help and is hailed as a local hero.
A legally blind woman is speaking out against Uber after a driver denied her a ride because she was traveling with a service dog.
As the "Queen America" star walked down the red carpet with husband Michael Douglas, Twitter had nothing but compliments for her sultry style.
“My parents basically taught me if someone needs help, you should be able to help them, and if someone is down, bring them up."
When Richard Taverna opened the purse and saw the cash inside, he knew what he had to do. "Someone lost $10,000 — they're probably going through a lot of duress."
A Coral Glades High School teacher handed out the assignment, titled "Does Nikolas Cruz Deserve to Die?" to students on Friday in Orlando, Fla., news station WFTV reported.
"If any of you understand English, which is spoken here in this country, then all of you in this house better pay close attention."
"Thank you everyone for all the support, love, and compassion over the years during my fight. It has been some ride."