President Trump delivered remarks following a weekend where two mass shootings left 29 people dead.
At least 32 innocent people are dead. Two shooters were killed and one is in custody.
What Now? When Shari Berman shared her story, she wrote of her group's walk from their parked bus to the Washington march
Cincinnati and Dayton could be indicators of a larger national trend.
When voters go to the polls in Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio on November 8th, they'll be voting for more than president and other candidates - they'll also be casting ballots on historic proposals to expand preschool to thousands of children and improve the wages of the educators who teach.
The former powerhouse now known as the Rust Belt -- stretching across Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin -- suffered a disastrous economic and population collapse in the past decades as manufacturing jobs dried up or moved abroad. Today, however, Rust Belt cities such as Indianapolis, Colombus and especially Dayton, Ohio, are reinventing themselves as the places to be for new immigrants to the U.S.A.
For months we've been watching students on campuses across the country demand inclusion and racial equality. In a short time, students at Whitman College will do something about it.
Rather than be source of creating false barriers between the U.S. and BiH, we must move beyond the Dayton Accords, regardless of how we judge it historically, to the next level of advancement of shared strategic interests and political values.
'Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses, Yearning to Breathe Free.' Do We Still Believe It?
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses, yearning to breathe free." So reads The New Colossus, by Emma Lazarus, inscribed on the Statute of Liberty -- that beacon of freedom and opportunity for millions of immigrants arriving at Ellis Island. But do we believe it anymore?
In Trulia's map below, the bubbles represent the size of a metropolitan area's housing market. The colors represent the percentage
"She told them she had a family emergency," Hunt said. "We love her and we want her back," Hunt said, adding, "The drugs