"I can't jog around the city with headphones on my ears, I can't speak out against my rapist after 35 years, I can't be taken seriously if I'm holding back tears and I can ever speak earnestly about all these fears," sings Stewart.
The parents said the father offered to skip the trip and take their son, who has autism, home but the offer was rejected.
The World Court at the United Nations has ordered that the United States remove sanctions targeting humanitarian trade, food, medicine and civil aviation.
"If we don't see something happen in 2019, almost all of us will be takeout targets for Canadian players."
Ganesha is one of Hinduism's most beloved deities and the story of his birthday reveals the reason for his unique appearance and demeanour.
The Hindu American Foundation called it "highly inappropriate."
Scientists think life might survive on Proxima b, in spite of powerful lashings from its host star.
"Afghans whose children have been raised and born in Pakistan will be granted citizenship, inshallah [God willing]," Imran Khan said.
Some people with HIV have special antibodies which could provide clues for protecting against the virus.
"We called ourselves the Ponytail Posse because that's what the U.S. women's national team was about. The white girls next door."
There are no safe spaces in the real world of work. No therapy pets. No gold stars or social promotion.
"Seeing faces like mine portrayed in such a striking, vibrant and badass way in the media had a huge impact on me emotionally," Katherine Ho told Newsweek.
The use of military equipment and tactics by law enforcement is becoming increasingly common in the United States.
The poll results came days after the United Nations ruled that Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva must be able to campaign while in prison.
Trump reversed an Obama-era policy known as the Presidential Policy Directive 20. Here's what that means.
"'Targeted delivery' is one of the grand challenges in cancer research."