The National Education Association reports that across the country, 10 percent of public school teachers have reported being threatened with injury by a student; six percent have been physically attacked.
A couple is facing charges for fraud and theft by deception after they allegedly faked a pregnancy and then the subsequent birth and death of a baby.
An incoming high school senior was nabbed and charged for murder after investigators allegedly saw a Snapchat video he posted at the crime scene where he shot a man he was buying marijuana from.
A Texas woman is thanking McDonald’s employees for their “humility” and eagerness to help her feed homeless people in a poverty-stricken area.
A high school teacher wrote a message that said students "lack maturity" for not standing up for the Pledge of Allegiance. "Why should our kids be met with this type of attitude at school?"
“Here is the very last photo I have of her, taken with our puppy days before her murder. I miss my girl more every day,” wrote Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime was killed in the Parkland shooting in 2018.
The photo of the citation shows that the car was caught at 64 mph, when the limit in the area was 15 mph.
“It was the baby eating for the first time," Stacy Coleman told the Idaho Statesman. “I didn’t think anyone would be bothered by it.
"I think this is a reminder that there are still nice people out there," the new dad, who had flown from Afghanistan to make the birth, says.
Instagram users are calling out tennis player Eugenie Bouchard for giving the “wrong impression to young girls” by calling her toned stomach “fat.”
“Miracle Mineral Solution and similar products are not FDA-approved, and ingesting these products is the same as drinking bleach,” FDA acting commissioner Ned Sharpless, M.D., said in a statement.
An FBI agent saved a newborn baby who was kidnapped from his mother's hospital room 22 years ago. They were reunited for the first time at the agent's retirement ceremony.
Ayesha Malik confronted the Indian actress during an audience Q&A session at Beautycon in Los Angeles on Saturday.
A mother says American Airlines “kidnapped” her "terrified" 8-year-old son by neglecting to inform her about an overnight delay and failing to provide him with proper meals.
In her post, the mom explains how the store owner refused to abide by ADA laws, which grant service dogs legal access in “no-pets” public areas.
A man comforted and helped a 96-year-old woman who was on a flight for the first time in 15 years. “This gentleman I should say, gladly took her hand, let her hold onto him, calmed her by talking to her and explaining everything that was happening."
A mother of 3 is speaking out after a restaurant asked her family to leave because of her son, who has a neurological disorder that affects his speech.
Activists are petitioning an Elizabeth N.J. school board to rename Ronald Reagan Academy School Number 30 following the “insensitive, racist” remarks Reagan made on a phone call with Richard Nixon.
Deputies escorted a young boy for his first day of class to honor his father, who was killed in the line of duty in July.
Residents are upset a local strip club for displaying a controversial sign: "Stay at home moms earn extra cash!”
Community members support a chocolate shop owner who faced backlash for putting up a sign — “burn a rebel flag, get a free chocolate" — after a group waved Confederate flags outside his shop.
Passengers on a Spirit Airlines flight were startled after they saw a bat fly through the cabin during a flight from Charlotte, N.C. to Newark, N.J.
A Kansas City woman purchased a rifle from her friend and then had it destroyed after the El Paso and Dayton shootings.
Ruben Martinez is challenging El Paso residents to perform good deeds "to honor the people who got killed in our city."