A stirring glimpse at how the 2017 Women's March on Washington helped change the lives of three different women, their partners, and their communities.
Activists have been inspired by the #MeToo movement and increased access to basic human rights, but Saudi women still face discrimination and a lack of freedom.
Price Lawrence, an elementary-school English teacher in the Huntsville, Ala., area, recounted in a Facebook post last week how one of his students touched his heart.
Annie Caddell decided to agitate when she first posted Confederate symbols on her porch and yard in her new — predominantly black — neighborhood in 2010.
“My daughter, Ivanka, just arrived in South Korea. We cannot have a better, or smarter, person representing our country,” tweeted Donald Trump, and within moments, the challenge to find someone better, or smarter, was afoot. Everyone from “anyone else” to Dennis Rodman was quickly nominated to take her
An almost year-old selfie of former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama seems to be popping back up in social media, and people still can’t seem to get over it.
In an effort to avoid the spreading of norovirus, officials are encouraging Olympic athletes to ditch the sportsmanlike tradition of handshakes.
A faked-kidnapping scam is spreading across the country, and the best course of action for potential victims, says the FBI, is to hang up the phone.
The model of rifle that was used to kill 17 students and teachers in Florida is also quite popular as a giveaway and raffle item for everyone from youth sports teams to congressional candidates. In spite of backlash against such promotions, support for the fundraisers and promotions among gun advocates
Stressful working conditions caused heart damage and added deadly amounts of weight to ex-officer Jose Vega. His fight for disability underscores the intrinsically unhealthy conditions of being a cop.
After publicly stating that she'd tell her story only when she was ready, Thurman finally reveals her violent past with predator Harvey Weinstein and details harrowing incidents with frequent collaborator Quentin Tarantino in a New York Times story.
Wesley Stoker drew inspiration from his own father, who’s a pastor, as well as from the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in crafting the speech that won an oratory competition in Dallas.
At the recent British Academy of Film and Television Awards event in Los Angeles, actor Peter Fonda offered his support to women speaking out about sexual misconduct and assault.
Using the #WhyWeWearBlack hashtag, the stars leading Time's Up are encouraging fans to participate in making a statement.
Jesse Ding — along with his father, mother, and wife — all decided to start working out together, losing baby weight, beer bellies, and gaining a ton of attention around the world in the process.
With more research and analysis of family estrangement, we are gaining a better understanding of causes, effects, and how common it is.
Annie Schmutz Seifullah is fighting back against charges against her, saying she is victim of revenge porn, slut-shaming, and humiliation, all in a campaign to silence her and put an end to her career.
Nick Jonas talks about his plans to contribute to the upcoming wedding of brother Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner.
Have a holiday party coming up and no ideas for what to wear? Try an idea from Bey. Grab a feather dress and a matching clutch and pumps, and you’re there.
Keaton Jones, a young boy being bullied at his Tennesee middle school, made this video about his story, and millions are voicing their support.
School board members in Alabma voted to take a position prohibiting paddling or spanking in schools, though local school boards will face no obligation to follow that position.
After the success of 'Fixer Upper,' Chip and Joanna Gaines mull over what's next for them in 2018. We can definitely empathize with what they have planned so far.