“If my 11-year-old daughter has her way, we’ll have a woman on Mars in the not-too-distant future,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said.
The Oracle, a British shopping center, announced last week it would not extend the fast food chain's six-month lease.
And she's not happy about what she considers a lack of WNBA support when she took two months off for postpartum depression this season.
Hill is the 21st transgender or gender non-conforming person known to be killed in 2019.
"No one told me being an adult would involve this much worry about my trash pickup days."
They're still the majority, but the Pew Research Center report shows the U.S. is becoming a less explicitly Christian country.
Officials in Pickens County, Georgia, cited "serious safety concerns" after schools gave trans students access to facilities aligning with their gender identity.
The Latina actor has frequently found herself in hot water for statements she's made about the Black community.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist spilled some personal tea in "Catch and Kill."
On the second anniversary since the Me Too movement went viral, the founder reminds us to center survivors, not perpetrators.
Daphne Dorman, 44, was thanked in the credits of "Sticks & Stones," which premiered in August.
Craig Stivender said his 2009 Halloween costume was meant to “disparage” a drug trafficker. He did not apologize.
Police have identified the officer as Aaron Dean, and officials said he may face criminal charges.
Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was standing near a bedroom window when the white Fort Worth police officer opened fire from outside.
Both women have pointed to their Asian identity and the insidiousness of the "model minority" stereotype in deciding to speak out about sexual assault.
Sabiduría de Tiffany Cabán, Jessica Cisneros, y otras latinas en la política.
The "Good Place" star talked about the incident to mark World Mental Health Day and said she hoped to "de-stigmatize the conversation around asking for help."
Actor, writer and comedian Arturo Castro talks about his Comedy Central show ‘Alternatino’ and challenging Latinx identity stereotypes
Carroll was perhaps best known for her work on the groundbreaking 1968 TV series “Julia."