A professor at Texas A&M Galveston said he reached his breaking point last week when he sent out an angry email to students informing them that they would all be receiving a failing grade for the semester.
Al Sharpton announced Monday that he’s heading to Baltimore to help protesters organize a two-day march for Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died this month after sustaining serious injuries while in police custody.
New York City hotelier Ian Reisner apologized to the LGBT community on Sunday following calls for a boycott after he hosted an event for Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz.
Miami’s top police union representative is facing backlash from the city’s oldest black police organization after he called for a reprimand against Assistant Chief of Police Anita Najiy and questioned her Muslim faith when she failed to salute the American flag.
Rose McGrath, a 12-year-old cancer survivor who made national headlines this month after she was expelled for missing too many classes, has been invited back to her Michigan Catholic school.
Kim Kardashian says she and her family support her stepfather Bruce Jenner 100 percent as he goes through gender transition, even though family members are still adjusting to that news in what she called “a daily process.”
The challenges that bedeviled the production of Francis Ford Coppola’s “Apocalypse Now” are legendary, but what isn’t widely known is how an up-and-coming actor in a minor role salvaged the film set and crew from a typhoon and, arguably, saved its director’s life.