DaShoan and Sofia Olds have wanted to adopt since they married 13 years ago. They just didn’t know they’d be adopting seven children at once.
Former first lady Michelle Obama is still in charge.
As America celebrated Father’s Day 2017, Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson issued a reminder that the nation is currently suffering from the dire effects of “fatherlessness” and asserted that Satan would love nothing more than to keep dads from connecting with their children.
Tiffany Johnson, a North Carolina mother of three, is speaking out after she lost part of her arm in a terrifying encounter with a shark. She tells NBC’s Kerry Sanders that she thought, “I’m not going to die here.” She adds that, despite the loss of a limb, “I’m alive, so I’m grateful for that.” […]
Jerita marveled at the Mercedes Benz C300 outside on the curb. “Oh, who got a car for graduation?” she wondered aloud.
In recorded conversations with an advocacy journalist last month, a public official in Flint, Mich., blamed the city’s ongoing water crisis on black people who “don’t pay their bills.”
Rudy Huxtable, played by the actress Keshia Knight Pulliam, was one of the most popular cast members on “The Cosby Show.” As the youngest daughter in the house, starting at age 5 in 1984, she was wide-eyed, innocent, spirited and got the most attention from her parents, Cliff and Clair.
Lucy Capers, a great-grandmother of 13, stood proudly at a college graduation ceremony on Sunday, but she wasn’t there to applaud someone in her family. The grinning 79-year-old was the graduate.
Lawyers for a white Alabama police officer charged with murder in the shooting of a black man are wrongly injecting race into the case, a black judge said Thursday when he refused a defense request to step aside over a social media post.
School’s almost out for the summer, which means all the best parts of the year are happening right now. We’re getting polished for prom, throwing caps in the air at graduation, and the ever-coveted yearbook is making its way into our hands to be signed by friends and cherished for eternity.