A Confederate monument was removed from a Georgia square as crowds cheered on a crane moving in to take it down.
Between 100 and 200 mostly Black, and mostly armed protesters descended on the park to protest its massive Confederate carving.
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It's set to memorialize a curious list of historical figures from Harriet Tubman to Billy Graham.
Mount Rushmore is considered one of the most famous monuments in the US, but the attraction appears disappointingly small in real life.
Emilia Clarke thanked all the health workers who looked after her after she suffered her first brain aneurysm in 2011.
Betsy Schoeller said her Facebook comment about Vanessa Guillén was intended to provide a "voice" to the "culture of sexual harassment" women face.
"Jurassic Park" has numerous Easter eggs, Steven Spielberg callbacks, and hidden facts. Insider breaks down the ones that fans may have overlooked.
Myka Stauffer, a popular influencer, should've apologized for missing a chance to educate her followers about the realities of autism and adoption.
Alicia Keys hosted a special on Nickelodeon for children about racism. She facilitated conversations with longtime and budding activists.
The incident happened Saturday during a July 4 celebration in Lincoln City, Oregon. Police said the men who were arrested were "highly intoxicated."
Kourtney Kardashian says her keto diet is doctor-approved to help cleanse her of metals and toxins. Experts say there's no evidence keto does that.
The Florida Department of Health had to issue a warning for residents to avoid nasal contact with tap water.
Insider spoke with Dr. Antonio De Filippo, the medical director at Delphi Behavioral Health Group, about how to identify problematic drinking.
Pubs and restaurants were allowed to start opening Saturday, and one of our reporters traveled to Liverpool to see how it all unfolded.
Insider spoke to Dr. Ramani Durvasula, a licensed clinical psychologist and narcissism expert, who laid out the tell-tale things to look for.
Manu Dibango, a famous saxophonist, and Floyd Cadoz, a world-renowned chef, have both passed away due to complications related to COVID-19.
The NBC sitcom was one of the most iconic shows on TV, but even years later, there are a few things most fans probably never knew about it.
As Walt Disney World prepares to reopen on Saturday, Florida has recorded the largest weekly increase in coronavirus cases in the country.
The Caesars Entertainment property in Las Vegas is the seventh to open since Nevada lifted a COVID-19 shutdown that lasted almost three months.
Here's a guide on how to talk to your family about racism and white privilege, amid ongoing protests and conversations about racial injustices.
"We reject your celebration of white supremacy & look forward to liberation for all," wrote the ex-NFL player whose kneel protests swept the NFL.
The most important factor for fat loss is being in an energy deficit, and keeping your protein high can help, but you don't necessarily have to track.
It was a case of "better late than never" for fans of a sprawling New Jersey theme park who showed up in force for its long-awaited opening day amid COVID-19.
Whether you're into weightlifting, vegan cooking, or breathwork, follow these influencers to inspire you to live a healthier, happy life.
It's easy to compare "Relic" to "The Babadook" and "The Taking of Deborah Logan," but this new horror film is in a class of its own.
Jamaica is preparing to welcome back international tourists June 15, while Austria requires negative coronavirus tests and won't allow direct flights.
Not all of them became Oscar winners like Jodie Foster — some have quit Hollywood altogether.
Just months removed from his first Super Bowl win, Patrick Mahomes' new contract sets up Kansas City as the next potential NFL dyansty.
US Independence Day and England's end of lockdown "Super Saturday" meant social distancing was abandoned amid the celebrations.
A group of 239 scientists have sent an open letter to the World Health Organization (WHO) encouraging them to revise their statement about how the virus spreads to include airborne transmission, especially indoors.
The designer and musician says he’s looking to the Oval Office next.
Baltimore protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the city’s Inner Harbor on Saturday night.
A trailer for the chilling new show teases that it's "based on true events," and focuses on a house where murder and sexual assaults occurred.
As a collective, artists illustrate and impact history. As individuals, they have unique stories behind their art. Here are nine of those stories.
Undiagnosed people share ways that the coronavirus has interfered with their search for a chronic illness, mental illness or disability diagnosis
After the lockdown, Lorenzo Serafini wanted his girls to rediscover the joy of dressing up.
Broadway actor Nick Cordero, who starred in the plays “Bullets over Broadway” and “Waitress,” died Sunday after a three month battle with COVID-19. He was 41.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot issued a statement following the death of a 7-year-old girl, calling for self-reflection and more community investment.
"That was not a rehearsed play, and that was not something that we expected," Spirit coach Richie Burke said. "That was more like a kung-fu move."
The holiday weekend brought crowds to Rehoboth Beach in Delaware and with it the concern that the weekend could cause a surge in coronavirus cases.
On Saturday, just four months before the 2020 election, musician, provocateur and former ardent Donald Trump supporter Kanye West tweeted that he was launching his own bid to become president.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Monday that she had tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.
Local health authorities in China have announced a suspected bubonic plague case in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Video posted to social media early Sunday shows Vauhxx Booker, a Black man, pinned to a tree in what he calls an ‘attempted lynching’ at Lake Monroe right outside of Bloomington, Indiana. Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton says he's known Booker for 5 years and concedes that even in his relatively liberal city, home to Indiana University, racism persists within and around the community.