The "Riverdale" actor walked onto the mat after an opponent pulled off Joaquin's headgear.
The unnamed white teenage girl had a notebook with detailed plans to kill worshippers at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Gainesville police say.
William Latson defended Holocaust deniers in an email to a parent who was inquiring about his Florida school's World War II curriculum.
The sibling singers discuss coming out, looking back to move forward, and their evolution both as queer artists and people.
The school was apparently unaware of the former judge’s involvement in the controversial sexual assault case.
Evan Dennison thought he was a "legend" before he took his senior photos. Now, there is no doubt.
"It was the scariest thing I've ever done in my life," the 17-year-old said.
The celebrity's date said he was "feeling over the moon."
While the intent of students at Oak Park and River Forest High School remains unclear, the photos were jarring enough that administrators withheld the books.
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Camille Sturdivant of Kansas claims that one dance team official said her skin would clash with the costumes.
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The Buena Regional School District said the referee involved will no longer be allowed to officiate any contests with its students.
Police are treating the attack at Chartiers Valley High School as a bullying incident.
Jordan Blue was one of the few Baraboo High School students in the photo who did not throw up an apparent Sieg Heil.
Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans rose up to defend the Supreme Court nominee's controversial definitions of "boofing," "devil's triangle."
They paint a picture of sexual misconduct today that resembles Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged teenage offenses.
Brett Kavanaugh should know that yearbook boasts about supposed sexual conquests lead to real-world abuse.
The class of 2019 at North Farmington High embraces their adorable and viral tradition yet again.
The series director and Starz are also giving students a chance to use their voice and win a $25,000 scholarship with the "Share Your Voice" contest.