Southwest Airlines handed out $5,000 checks to various passengers after an engine explosion earlier this week that resulted in an emergency landing.
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A Tennessee elementary school teacher is under investigation after video surfaced showing him dragging a seven-year-old student by his ankle off the school bus.
A California woman who once struggled with drug addiction thanked the police officer who arrested her for helping her change her life earlier this week.
The Philadelphia police chief apologized Thursday afternoon for the "significant role" he believed he played in making the arrest of two black men at a local Starbucks "worse."
The two men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks said it took the manager a mere two minutes after interacting with them to call the police on them.
The United States Senate unanimously voted Wednesday night to allow senators to bring their children under the age of one onto the floor.
Puerto Rico was hit with another island wide power outage, according to a Wednesday report.
The founder of Starbucks said Wednesday that unconscious bias training is just the first step for the company as it tries to make amends over two black men getting arrested at one of their locations.
Police arrested a woman after they discovered she texted a friend for a ride so she could shoot up a school.
Starbucks is shutting down all 8,000 stores for one day to offer racial bias education training to employees, the company announced Tuesday afternoon.
The Washington, D.C., mayor announced a new initiative earlier in April aimed at teaching law enforcement officers critical race theory to improve community relations.
Starbucks' CEO on Monday called for "unconscious bias" training for the coffee corporation's employees after one local manager called the police on two black men in Philadelphia.
Protesters flooded a Philadelphia Starbucks Monday morning to protest last week's arrest of two black men at the store.
A lawyer known for his gay rights advocacy committed a "protest suicide" Saturday by lighting himself on fire to denounce global warming.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is allegedly preparing for the possibility he may soon be fired from his position, according to a Friday report.
A Florida police department fired one of its cops Wednesday after he "celebrated" Black History Month with a racially charged picture.
A white North Carolina Democratic candidate brushed aside questions earlier this week about ensuring diversity in his state by saying he is a member of the black community.
A Florida teen looking to find a date for prom got a little help from his colleagues at Chick-fil-A.
A Democratic congressman pressed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on diversity in the company Wednesday during a congressional hearing, wondering when the tech company would recruit more minority workers.