When Maggie Drew was 15, her family’s pastor in Oklahoma falsely claimed that she was getting into sex and drugs and secretly instructed her parents to send her away to a Baptist boarding school in Missouri. Shortly after, in October 2007, her father and stepmom […]
As Gunna awaits trial in Fulton County, Georgia, prosecutors are again making some serious allegations against the Atlanta rapper. According to WSB-TV, prosecutors claimed a nurse was caught attempting to smuggle a bag containing marijuana and cocaine into the jail, supposedly intended for Gunna.
Larry W. Baraka, a pioneering jurist whose life traced a path from his childhood in the St. Louis housing projects to prominence as the first Black district judge ever elected in Dallas County, died Monday. He was 71.
Refugees seeking asylum in Greece are often traumatized, and not always from armed conflict in the Middle East and other areas; some are fleeing lifelong abuse, while others arrive shaken by the dangers of their journey.
Juan was 15 when he was recruited by a drug cartel during his first semester of high school to sell methamphetamine. Less than a year later, older members of the cartel came to him after school with a new assignment: They gave him a gun […]
Times Square, synonymous with New York City, got a special visit from Metro World Child Sunday School Program on June 9, 2021. As part of celebrations for the reopening of New York City, the New York Police Department invited Metro World Child (Metro) to bring good fun […]
B.J. Thomas, Grammy Hall of Fame inductee and award-winning country, pop and gospel singer behind hits including “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on my Head” and “Hooked on a Feeling,” died on May 29, 2021, at his home in Arlington, Texas, representatives confirm. He was 78 and died […]