Chelsea Clinton was honored at the 18th annual "Lives of Commitment Benefit Breakfast," hosted by the Auburn Theological Seminary, April 23, 2014, for her work with the Of Many Institute, an organization she co-founded with Linda G. Mills, Ph.D., to encourage cross-cultural leadership experiences among students.
Passenger says TSA agents ignored their own guidelines when they detained her after she refused to let them X-ray bottles of pumped breast milk for her baby
More than 125 years after 16 people died in wreck, NOAA finds doomed steamship in 217 feet of water near Golden Gate Bridge
Proceeding to decide whether soldier should face court martial in 2007 slayings of brothers
A divine sign is being hailed by owners of a California cafe, who claim the face of Jesus appeared in a pancake. KCAL-TV's Crystal Cruz reports.
When the NYPD asked citizens to tweet pictures of themselves interacting with police officers, the hope was to show the department in a positive light. Instead, the plan backfired, with many Twitter users responding with photos of officers engaging in allegedly abusive and questionable behavior.
Native Americans, farmers and ranchers from across the United States demonstrate against proposed Keystone XL pipeline
The TSA is expected to update its procedures for screening breast milk in response to a high-profile lawsuit brought by a California mother. Stacey Armato says security screeners brought her to tears after she requested that they refrain from x-raying her breast milk. Bigad Shaban reports.
Governor Deal defends move to allow guns in churches and schools under certain circumstances as an important protection of Second Amendment rights
Soldier convicted of leaking classified documents to anti-secrecy website serving a 35-year sentence at Army prison