"I did write it. I don't have an explanation. I made a mistake. There is no excuse for what I did."
The culprits—who threaten to release footage to the victims' contacts—have made around $125,000 from the scheme.
Democratic Chicago mayoral candidate Willie Wilson's handing out of nearly $200,000 at a recent South Side church event did not break campaign finance laws, the state board of elections ruled.
"I'm feeling a sense of disbelief because this is my wife and even though I have trust in God this is a serious test of my faith."
"There is no place for bigotry or racism on our campuses," Georgia Southern University President Shelley C. Nickel has said.
"It's just tragic," said Constable Alan Rosen.
The 20-year-old waiter who received the nasty note said he hoped to shed a light on racism and ignite a conversation to make "real change happen."
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Dustin Theobald was playing with his 8-year-old son when he was bitten by a shark.
RAICES offers check to pay bail as government miss deadline to reunite children under age of five with families.
The couple, originally from Mexico, attempted to enter Fort Drum with their valid New York City–issued identification cards but were detained.
"They were getting kicked out of places for the color of their skin, now we have people getting kicked out of restaurants for their political persuasion," said one protester outside the Virginia restaurant.
The lawsuit also claims that Williams's Eighth Amendment right was violated.
"The only body part we found was one skull and one bit of pelvis, everything else was completely gone," Nick Fox, the park's owner, told Newsweek.
Demetrius Nathaniel Pitts allegedly revealed plans to an undercover agent.
Sensitive Facebook information for up to 120 million users was exposed online for years, researcher says.
Ahead of an inquest into the passing of a child this week, officials spoke out about the game's subject matter, which includes violence and suicide.
The Fritch, Texas, man who initially posted a photo of the sign has seen that Facebook post shared more than 20,000 times with thousands of varied reactions.