In Phoenix, a developer built eight 740-square-foot homes that offer modern conveniences and a more urban location. 'Cargotecture' styles can also vary, offering more affordable alternatives to renters and developers.
Lawmakers voted down a proposal to honor the actor citing racist comments. Supporters of John Wayne Day attribute concerns to 'the orthodoxy of political correctness.'
The decline in teen births is most pronounced among black and Hispanic young women, though 'profound disparities remain.'
The poster offered a list of 'do's and don'ts' for prospective University of Washington cheerleaders including a 'bronze beachy glow' and 'girl about town lipstick.'
A live performance art piece will feature flocks of pigeons, gliding over New York City to celebrate the city's rich pigeon-keeping history.
The teen's mother has requested that the school reverse's its policy in what may be the first test of a federal court ruling earlier this month that declared barring transgender students from using the bathroom of their choice to be a violation of Title IX.
Gannett Company went public with its bid to buy Tribune Publishing Monday after the company didn't respond to the offer. What could a hostile takeover mean for Tribune news?
The state's highest court declined to overturn a lower court's decision that forbid a baker from denying service to gay couple on religious grounds.
Opponents of the new law marched on the state's capitol demanding the repeal of a law that insists transgender people use the bathroom corresponding with their birth certificates.
Such payouts are becoming increasingly common following high-profile police shootings, even in the absence of charges against the officers involved.
Some Conservative Jewish rabbis reversed a centuries-old ban forbidding Ashkenazi Jews from eating 'kitniyot' during Passover, a move that has divided US Jews.
A new report from the CDC shows that the suicide rate is climbing, especially among girls aged 10-14, but there are ways to take preventative action.