Professional skateboarder Justin Mallory, 45, claimed he was kicked off a Frontier Airlines flight in Atlanta, Georgia, in early March because of the imagery on his shirt.
ABC News' Kenneth Moton reports from Washington, D.C., on preparations for the student-led March For Our Lives.
The Facebook COO said it is now a question of "what type" of regulation after questions from lawmakers and users about the social networking site's control of user data.
The superintendent of a Pennsylvania district says every classroom "has been equipped with a five-gallon bucket of river stone."
National Security adviser Gen. H.R. McMaster will be replaced by John Bolton while John Dowd, the president's lead personal attorney on the Russia investigation, has resigned.
The bus was carrying special needs students when it was struck by an out-of-control tractor-trailer in South Carolina.
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A foot of snow is possible from the Dakotas to Iowa.
Michael R Davidson, 37, killed at Harlem apartment building where Jonathan Lethem adaptation also starring Willis, Defoe and Baldwin was being filmed
Exclusive: Former employee explains how presentation showed techniques used to target voters
President cites lack of immigration measures in $1.3tn budget which White House said on Thursday he would sign
Most treatment is wasteful, wanton and wrong, says the Lancet. The key is to try to keep walking and working, says the GP Ann Robinson
Many are declaring they plan to delete Facebook. That’s easier said than done, says Dean Burnett, a doctor of neuroscience and author
Racial and religious privilege intersect in how the Austin serial bomber is being perceived
Secretary of defense James Mattis – with his relatively moderate views on war – now could be the only one standing between America and the abyss
Students who survived the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, are in the nation's capital, ready to attend face-to-face meetings with lawmakers Friday.
President Donald Trump threatened Friday to veto the $1.3 trillion spending bill passed by Congress, citing concerns that the legislation does not include a solution for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program or sufficient funding for a border wall.
Kris Kobach, a leader on President Trump’s now-disbanded vote fraud commission, is defending a Kansas voter restriction in court. He also is running for governor.