"It hit my car and bounced a couple of times," said Indiana State Police Sgt. Stephen Wheeles. "It's not something I could really let fly."
In a sit-down with the National Center for Transgender Equality Action Fund, Booker said he hoped soon his brother's child "and other great trans leaders in the youth community have a seat at the White House to talk about issues."
Kelli Dunaway said the book "offers a message of inspiration to anyone embarking on a new phase of life."
Twenty years after being declared "actually innocent" in the drive-by shooting of 19-year-old Karen Summers, Demarco Carpenter was charged with shooting with intent to kill an acquaintance in North Tulsa.
The seventh-grader was told he could either let administrators change the shape of his fade haircut with a Sharpie or face in-school suspension.
Pastor Barry Baker of Gracewood Baptist Church told the couple their "unbiblical lifestyle" was against "God's original design."
Advocates have reported an uptick in both anti-Semitic and homophobic attacks across Europe in recent years.
One woman claims Scientology members pretended to be her online and solicited sex from strangers. Another says her dog died suddenly of mysterious causes.
The owner allegedly used bubble wrap to keep his tenants from hitting their heads on the low ceilings.
In 2018, hot car deaths reached their highest levels in more than 20 years, experts say, with 52 child fatalities between the ages of 7 weeks and 5 years old.
Paxton Singer, a former youth pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel in Aurora, asked the teen for naked photos, inquired about his sexual habits and requested the two spend the weekend together.
The 78-year-old Oscar-winner was recently fired from the Broadway-bound play "Tea at Five," reportedly for lashing out at crew members.
According to an online poll of 2,000 men and women, 13 percent say they've worn the same pair for a week or more.
The luxury gym chain faced boycotts after Stephen Ross, chair of Equinox's parent company, held a high-price fundraiser for President Trump.
According to the arrest report, Ashley Laura Castaneda and an accomplice gave "conflicting and unrealistic" accounts as to how they purchased the items.
Critics claim Jehovah's Witnesses leaders have turned a blind eye to "massive and horrendous abuse" for years.
"Unfortunately for consumers... honey is not the primary or even a significant sweetener," read a class action suit filed in Massachusetts.
"I hope this law improves public safety and gives victims their day in court," says New York state Senator Brad Hoylman, author of the Child Victims Act. "It's more than about money—it's about about being recognized by court of law for suffering."
"It's not just a lawsuit, it's saving children. It's a public safety issue," says Irwin Zalkin, whose firm is representing two plaintiffs in suits naming the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses as defendants.
YouTuber Soph was reportedly removed from the site after telling gay people they should "feel free to excommunicate yourself from the gene pool and commit suicide by super bacteria."
"Don't play games with me, kid," the former vice president told a young conservative who baited him with a question about gender at the Iowa State Fair.
"@MagnumIceCream your advert comparing the potential to be killed if you're gay to the guilty pleasure of eating a Magnum is disgusting, racist and homophobic. Please withdraw it immediately."
At least six signs in Wellseley, Massachusetts have been stolen in the past four months, leaving only "metal stumps" behind.
"A retailer that once promoted organics and clean food is now saturated in absolute filth," the organization claimed in a recent action alert.
"I hope they throw the book at him. I hope he never sees the light of day," the victim's foster mother said of Wendell Melton. "I hope every day when he looks in the mirror, he sees his son's face."
The majority owner of Equinox's parent corporation, Related Companies, is hosting a high-ticket fundraiser for Donald Trump. But for some gay men, it's not easy to leave a place that felt like home.
Harris stunned the evangelical community last month when he announced he was "falling away" from his religion. "By all the measurements that I have for defining a Christian, I am not a Christian."
Mary Rowland has been called "a rare bright spot" among Trump's many anti-LGBT judicial picks.