By her own estimate, Elizabeth Catlin has attended more than 500 births — for a community of Mennonite women in upstate New York, who are uncertain how they will deliver their babies without her.Read More »
The expected task is to research and present an African American historical figure, and students are encouraged to wear costumes depicting the icon.
"It's really insulting," said a local NAACP official about a Virginia elementary school that had students participate in an activity in which they pretended to be slaves along the Underground Railroad.
Lisa Borders said Monday that she was stepping down from her role as presidentand CEO of the organization, citing "family concerns that require my singularfocus
According to a school spokesperson, the dress code is clear: Only hats featuring the school's logo or hats that are the solid color of the school's colors are allowed.
Alabama newspaper publisher Goodloe Sutton has no regrets about the outrageouseditorial he wrote last week calling for the "Ku Klux Klan to night rideagain
The school says that it was an opportunity to learn about the Great Depression — not about slavery.
If you shower in the evening, you're going to want to stock your linen closet with the absorbent DryZzz pillowcase.
The 45-year-old hat was "one of a kind," wrote its desperate owner John Armao Reber, whose Facebook post about his loss went viral.
A bus driver in Newark, N.J., is facing charges after having been administered Narcan following a crash on Wednesday.
Triston Bailey, 18, doesn't remember what happened on the day that he decided to take a selfie from the Margaret McDermott bridge.