Iconic hip-hop producer and Alicia Keys’s husband, Swizz Beatz, isn’t afraid to tell his guy friends he loves them.
The student built a fallen soldier battle cross made from a Nerf gun and a pair of boots, but he was quickly sent to the school administrator's office and ended up being suspended for three days.
A Nebraska state senator is receiving backlash after he referred to the American flag as a “rag” during a heated debate surrounding a bill about bettering history instruction for students in the state. Senator Ernie Chambers, an Independent representing Omaha, debated Senator Tom Brewer, a Republican, over LB 399, which would update social studies requirements for students. Chambers was vocal over his concerns that the updates would teach a version of U.S. history that would highlight only white Americans, and not represent all Americans.
Two young people took the time to stop playing as a flag was raised at Roseboro Fire Department in North Carolina to honor the flag and recite the Pledge of Allegiance, and now the moment is going viral.
Officer David Wehlermann was responding to a call on Sunday when he drove by a large flag that was incorrectly displayed outside a local business.
The pair started their life together as a married couple on the McAllen-Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge, which sits on the Texas-Mexico border.
"We value our clients and treat them with respect and dignity, regardless of their political views," the store said on Facebook.
A Florida family living legally in the country for 25 years may be deported in the new year to their native Peru, all due to paperwork that was misplaced by a government worker.
A video on Facebook shows travelers stopping to sing the national anthem to families embarking on a memorable trip.
The minister's comments followed reports that Democrats were attempting to reverse a 181-year-old ban on headwear on the floor of the House of Representatives.
A university alum is speaking out about an administrator who allegedly spoke down about the fraternity's display of patriotism.
A couple from New Mexico was in Washington D.C. when they went to the state's marriage bureau to apply for a marriage license and ran into the issue of having to prove that their home was actually a U.S. state.
Erin Fezell took to her Facebook page to share video of a man who recovered her family's flag after winds had blown it off of the pole.
"This is what our nation needs, peaceful dialogues, where two sides can come to a mutual agreement."
The organizers of the rally in New Paltz, N.Y., respected the protesters' right to free speech.