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Black Hockey Player Taunted With Racist Chant In Chicago

Black Hockey Player Taunted With Racist Chant In Chicago

“It’s sad that in 2018 we’re still talking about the same thing," said NHL player Devante Smith-Pelly.
High School Students Lead Protest Against Gun Violence In Front Of White House

High School Students Lead Protest Against Gun Violence In Front Of White House

Several student-led demonstrations also erupted across Florida on Presidents Day.
People Aren’t Happy With Duchess Kate’s Green Dress At The BAFTAs

People Aren’t Happy With Duchess Kate’s Green Dress At The BAFTAs

Maybe her black sash was a nod to the Time's Up movement?
I Lost My Brother At Sandy Hook. Here’s What’s Different About This Shooting.

I Lost My Brother At Sandy Hook. Here’s What’s Different About This Shooting.

Teens from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are giving voice to the voiceless.
U.S. Women To Face Archrival Canada For Hockey Olympic Gold

U.S. Women To Face Archrival Canada For Hockey Olympic Gold

Their face off will be broadcast Wednesday night.
Scott Pruitt Cancels Israel Trip Amid Backlash Over Travel Expenses

Scott Pruitt Cancels Israel Trip Amid Backlash Over Travel Expenses

The EPA head's habit of flying business or first class sparked outrage from some government ethics groups last week.
Germany And Canada Tie For Gold In Two-Man Bobsled Race

Germany And Canada Tie For Gold In Two-Man Bobsled Race

It's the first gold-medal tie in the event since 1998.
Ice Dancers Tessa Virtue And Scott Moir Break Their Own World Record

Ice Dancers Tessa Virtue And Scott Moir Break Their Own World Record

Canada's sensuous pair are in first place at the 2018 Olympics.
With Lawsuit Behind Him, Phillip Phillips Makes A Big Return

With Lawsuit Behind Him, Phillip Phillips Makes A Big Return

“I felt lost. You don’t know where to belong,” the "American Idol" winner said of his last few years.
This Supreme Court Case Is The Biggest Threat To Unions In Years

This Supreme Court Case Is The Biggest Threat To Unions In Years

It could cost unions millions of members, but also force them to adapt and innovate.
Couple Who Took In Florida Shooter: ‘This Isn’t The Person We Knew’

Couple Who Took In Florida Shooter: ‘This Isn’t The Person We Knew’

“Everything everybody seems to know, we didn’t know,” James Snead said of the 19-year-old.
‘Black Panther’ And The Need For Black ‘Bad Guys’ On-Screen

‘Black Panther’ And The Need For Black ‘Bad Guys’ On-Screen

There are several "bad guys" with complex stories in the blockbuster film, but only one true villain.
I Want To Tell You What It’s Like To Get An Abortion At 17 Weeks. It Matters.

I Want To Tell You What It’s Like To Get An Abortion At 17 Weeks. It Matters.

I'm telling you my story because this could happen to another woman like me -- or nothing like me.
Teen Hero Used Body As A Shield During Florida School Shooting

Teen Hero Used Body As A Shield During Florida School Shooting

Anthony Borges, 15, was shot several times protecting his classmates.
Iceland’s Proposed Ban On Male Circumcision Alarms Religious Leaders

Iceland’s Proposed Ban On Male Circumcision Alarms Religious Leaders

Backers of the proposed law say circumcision violates children's rights. Religious leaders say it impedes their beliefs.