“Free Cyntoia: My Search for Redemption in the American Prison System” is scheduled to be published on October 15.
"I need to get to my kids," Lois L. Oglesby told her partner, Dee Lee, during a FaceTime call after she was shot.
"Is this just the standard culture of #TeamMitch?" Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) queried on Twitter.
Donald Neely, 43, who is mentally ill according to family, was led down the street by a leash after being arrested for trespassing.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's address to the crowd at a vigil honoring the nine killed in the mass shooting in Dayton was drowned out by cries for action.
"You have people in high places, and I'm going to get on every news station and I'm going to shout this out," Damon Davenport insisted.
"I want to apologize to the family of Alton Sterling and his family because [the officer] never should have been hired," Police Chief Murphy Paul said.
Cherokee Guns owner Doc Wacholz said he chose the congresswomen because of "their message of turning this country into a socialist country."
A Baltimore home owned by Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings was burglarized last weekend.
Christopher Crivolio of St. Louis, Missouri, pleaded guilty to one count of identity theft in the racist rejections.
The 10-year-old boy will no longer face criminal charges, however, his mother, Cameishi Lindley, is still demanding answers.
The House Speaker's Instagram account noted that her experience in Ghana was "deeply transformative."
"I think the word has really gone down a long way because everybody’s called a racist now," the President said during a C-SPAN interview.
Layleen Cubilette-Polanco was jailed on misdemeanor charges after she could not afford $500 bail.
Cherokee Guns in Murphy, North Carolina, doubled down following backlash, saying it would be selling stickers replicating the billboard.
Baltimore Mayor Bernard "Jack" Young challenged Donald Trump to put his money where his mouth is and offer assistance to the Charm City.
The soon-to-be fifth-grader is set to go before a juvenile court judge on Aug. 1 for a pre-trial conference.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Beto O'Rourke also spoke at length about the importance of working with communities of color when it comes to climate change.