Live Chair, an app that helps barbers market and manage their shops, is now equipping barbers to help customers with hypertension screenings.
The widow of the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, revealed in interviews that her husband wanted her to take his seat.
The woman, who got into a heated argument with employees over her bill, allegedly said the N-word.
Bart riders staged the "eat-in" on the platform of Embarcadero Station in protest of the treatment Steve Foster received.
Judge Richard Dinkins believed that Juliana Lamar's one-year-old son should be a part of the important milestone in his mom's life.
Ibraheem Yazeed, 30, of Montgomery, Alabama, has been charged with first-degree kidnapping but is still being sought by police.
Taea Hines, 16, is in the ICU and has already undergone two surgeries, after being shot in the stomach during a fight about loud music.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who resigned last November at Trump's request, is looking to make a political comeback.
The unidentified teacher at Milpitas High School was apparently trying to imitate the rapper Common on Halloween.
It has been well-documented that Harvard Law School was built due to the contributions of an Antiguan slave owner.
The Associated Press called the victory for Democrats, who managed to flip both the Senate and the House of Delegates in Virginia.
The Oklahoma governor's office is calling the release of 462 incarcerated people on Monday the largest single-day commutation in U.S. history.
A group of adults and children were asked to change their seats because a regular customer did not want to sit next to Black people.
An argument at Popeyes turned deadly at an Oxon Hill, Maryland, branch when a 28-year-old man was stabbed and killed.
The group, which had the Mississippi state flag, and a neo-Confederate flag with them, appeared to be filming a propaganda video.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump is still demanding an end to the 'Impeachment Hoax' and that the whistleblower's identity be revealed