Honor student Maddi Runkles, a senior at a private Christian school in Maryland, has been banned from her graduation ceremony as punishment for getting pregnant—or for not getting an abortion before she started to show.
Grant Morse says a Southwest Airlines gate agent denied him, his husband and their three young children family boarding privileges because they were not a family.
Grunge pioneer Chris Cornell, famed frontman of Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog and Audioslave, died in Detroit Wednesday night. He was 52 years old.
A Nashville-area Chamber of Commerce executive resigned from her job after posting a bizarre Facebook rant blaming “LGBT blah blah blah” for ABC’s decision to cancel Tim Allen’s sitcom “Last Man Standing.”
Saying that Trump’s firing of James Comey was “obstruction of justice,” Al Green of Texas became the second member of Congress to explicitly call for Trump’s impeachment.
New Jersey Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen is under fire after using his influence to sabotage the career of Saily Avelenda, a constituent who criticized his policies.
A Jersey City man says he and his family were unfairly kicked off a JetBlue flight. JetBlue says the family was being disruptive, but video of the incident doesn’t seem to back up the airline’s story.
A police officer in Cobb County, Georgia has been dubbed the “drug whisperer” due to his habit of arresting people for driving drunk or stoned even when breathalyzer, field sobriety and blood tests show they’re completely sober.
In an interview with The Economist this week, Trump said “maybe” he’d release his tax returns after leaving the White House. Here’s his history of avoiding to release his tax returns dating back to 2011.
Navang Oza of California videotaped a United Airlines ticket-counter agent cancelling his reservation in alleged retaliation for videotaping a disagreement over checked-baggage fees.
The FCC’s website crashed after Last Week Tonight host John Oliver’s Sunday night argument in favor of net neutrality. Was it due to overwhelming numbers of open-Internet supporters? The FCC blames a DDoS attack.
Irish state police are investigating English actor and comedian Stephen Fry on charges of blasphemy in a TV interview he gave two years ago. Watch his allegedly blasphemous remarks and read about Ireland’s 2009 blasphemy laws here.
Hours after the House of Representatives voted to repeal Obamacare, Donald Trump told Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Trumbull that Australia, which has universal health care, has “better health care than we do.”
A potential Facebook Live horror story ended happily in Macon, Georgia this week, as viewers of a would-be suicide called 911 in time for police to stop it.
A sheriff’s office in Maine confirmed that local-TV weatherman Tom Johnston, who committed suicide in April, had been the sole suspect in a rape committed a couple days before his death.