New immigration rule allows family detention

US officials announced plans Wednesday to replace the Flores Settlement with new regulation allowing the government to detain migrant families and children together – indefinitely – while their immigration status is determined.

Did this coach go too far?

Some parents are throwing the flag after high school football players were forced to bear-crawl across asphalt, the distance of a football field, as discipline.

US Steel Will Lay Off 200 in Michigan

United States Steel Corp. will temporarily lay off up to 200 workers at it’s Great Lakes, Michigan facility. In June, the company announced it would halt two blast furnaces at the Great Lakes and Gary Works plants due to the softening demand and low price of steel.

Trial Date Set for USWNT Lawsuit

The U.S. Womens National Team will get its day in court. A judge has set a May 5, 2020 date for the team’s gender discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation.

Man Threatened Memphis Church Mass Shooting

The FBI is investigating threats made by a 38-year-old truck driver after he was arrested for threatening to commit a mass shooting inside a Memphis, Tennessee church. Thomas Matthew McVicker was apprehended in Indiana before he could carry out his plans on August 22nd.

Meet the 7th grader who donated $15,000 to St. Jude

He could have put the money away for a car when he turns 16. Saved it later for college. Maybe a new video game system. Instead, Diesel Pippert donated the $15,000 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

5 years later, NYPD officer fired

One business day after a New York judge recommended that white NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo be fired – he was.

Acquitted of murder in stillbirth

A Latin American woman tried – twice – for aggravated murder after delivering a stillborn baby was acquitted Monday.