The fashion mogul and her retired NFL player husband Eric Johnson welcomed daughter Birdie in March after a sometimes tough pregnancy.
A bride decided not to hire a hair and makeup artist in Lubbock, Texas, after discovering the makeup artist was gay, saying, "I don’t want you walking into my church."
An Old Navy employee in Ontario, Canada was captured on video grabbing a black customer by her wrist and accusing her of shoplifting from the store. The customer alleges she was racially profiled.
Ethan, a 20-year-old San Francisco Bay Area student, posed as a 16-year-old girl named Esther on Tinder after using Snapchat's filter to give him the appearance of a female.
Cody Barlow, a student at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Okla., took to Facebook to share a photo of his truck, which he decorated for Pride Month.
The mom says police escorted her out, despite the state health code stating that "a mother is entitled to breastfeed her baby in any location in which the mother is authorized to be."
"It’s not who we are or what we a stand for. So set’s move to change it and proudly represent BLACK, as we really are,” wrote one woman on Twitter.
Milano took to Twitter to share that Biden's support of the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits the use of federal funds for certain abortion services, is why she has not publicly endorsed Joe Biden, however social media users feel her comments are hypocritical.
“The only way to change it would be to kill the problem out. I know it’s bad to say but without killing them out there’s no way to fix it,” Alabama Mayor Mark Chambers wrote on Facebook.
One woman was so concerned with the teen's safety, as she stood in a median in a busy intersection, that she called the police.
A black hotel worker filmed himself calmly denying a customer service after she called him a racial slur on the phone.
Employees at two Smoothie King locations in North Carolina were involved in racist incidents that got them fired, and their stores closed.
Dorney Park responded to a social media complaint by pulling the controversial keepsake from its gift shop.
A mother was shocked when she saw the kid's shirt she had ordered for her 3-year-old daughter from a Chinese retailer, which featured a profanity.
The Florida student had initially befriended the Ohio student through social media. His texts, which claimed he wanted to "shoot people," alarmed her.
A Utah couple, inspired by newborn photos on social media and their parents asking when they'll have a baby, introduced the newest member of their family in a photo shoot.
The prosthetic leg belonged to a 22-year-old woman who had been swimming in the ocean when a wave knocked her down and swept away her leg.
The photo shows an adult wearing a white hood and two high school students in blackface with the Confederate flag behind them.
An unauthorized photo of Alex Rodriguez sitting on the toilet in the home he shares with Jennifer Lopez has gone viral.
The photo, which seems to depict Jesus wearing a cassock with his arms outstretched, was compared by some social media users to the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro.
The fundamental flaws in school dress codes have Gen Z students taking action for the right to express themselves. With social media and the internet being their main connections to the world, they are protesting, starting online petitions and creating websites and hashtags to make their case. A high school in Hawaii with a strict code for prom dresses pushed a student to start a petition charging the restrictions with being “discriminating and insulting to girls.” A student in Pennsylvania spoke out against a discriminatory commencement ceremony rule. In New Jersey, after a student refused to take off a head wrap, she and her mother went viral on social media. In Arkansas, Laura Orsi started a website and movement on social media called PassTheSkirt, which encourages students to wear skirts and shorts that are shorter than the rule, post a photo with the hashtag, and then pass the clothing to someone of a different race or gender. And a mom in Texas called out a school district for its "sexist" dress code.
Smoking is prohibited in all North Carolina restaurants, after the state's Smoke-Free Restaurants and Bars Law was put into effect in 2010.
In the video, a man wearing what looks like a Middle Eastern headdress holds up his hands to responding officers. The video also shows the actor firing fake guns at fake victims.