A lawsuit calls on Harvard University to turn historical images of enslaved people over to a woman who claims to be a descendant of the man and girl who were photographed in 1850.
It spans the sky like a mega-size wad of chewing gum stretched taut. It glows from within, pulses gently and sometimes releases tentacles of dripping, green ectoplasm.
Ron and Diana Watson have simplified their lives so they no longer do grocery store trips, wash dishes or plan meals.
The couple has simplified their lives so they no longer do grocery store trips, wash dishes or plan meals.
"The truth is, throughout human history, slavery has existed, and America came along as the first country to end it within 150 years," contributor Katie Pavlich said. "And we get no credit for that.”
The anonymous tweet claimed the designer said he refused to dress the first lady because "I have no interest in dressing a glorified escort who steals speeches and has bad taste in men."
A law professor writes about the difficult choices universities will face under new Title IX rules, if approved, and how they should be planning for likely changes in the way sexual-assault allegations are handled on campus.
Historic encounters with the asteroid Bennu and the Kuiper belt object MU69 have revealed strange new features of these far-flung worlds.
Consideration of criminal convictions would not be allowed in the early stages of the employment application process by federal agencies and contractors under legislation.
The video-sharing website said it had demonetized the channel, but the case adds to growing questions about how the company polices its open-ended service.
More than a decade after a young Canadian real estate developer was killed in San Juan, the victim's family finally has justice .
A spokesman for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections told The Post it was a “novel approach to a bad idea.”
The fire that began Sunday at the Intercontinental Terminals Company remained intense enough Tuesday to create its own micro weather system, causing shifting winds in the area, officials said.
"You will forever be entombed in a prison of your own mind,” Harrison County Circuit Judge Larry Bourgeois told Cassie Barker, a former Mississippi officer.
It's the first time in two decades that a full moon and spring's arrival have been so close together.
“Historic” flooding in the Midwest has killed at least four people, leveled bridges and submerged huge swaths of the region with bone-chilling floodwater.