When Juan Guerreros heard about New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to implement a proof-of-vaccination policy for indoor dining, gyms, and entertainment venues, it made him think about relocating because he does not want to get vaccinated.
As a performer at Chez Josephine on West 42 Street, Dante Harrell is often on stage and surrounded by an audience, so when he heard about Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to implement a vaccine passport, it made him feel safe. Clemente Castillo, however, is worried.
When LeTitia Owens relocated to Atlanta, she thought it was to pursue a singing career. Instead, she unexpectedly became homeless and began living out of her car.
The experience, which lasted three months, opened her eyes to a world she hadn't previously noticed.
When Dr. Karen Gedney started mentoring the children of incarcerated parents ten years ago, she was surprised at how chaotic their lives were.
“They were bouncing from one place to another,” Gedney said. “Their breakfast was soda and a Cheeto-like substance. They were sleeping in other people’s apartments under the kitchen table and they were surrounded by members of their family who were violent and involved in criminal activity.”
Gedney was introduced to the task of mentoring these children...
When Travis Hollman launched the Locker Room Contest, inviting students to send videos of their outdated locker rooms, he had only planned to gift the winning school with new lockers. But when he saw the video tour of Beecher High School in Flint, Michigan, he was motivated to do much more.
When Walter Roberts first started working part-time at the Capital City Farm in Trenton, New Jersey, the hot sun and manual labor made the job difficult for him but in four years, the 46-year-old says he has grown to love being a farmer.
When Michael and Jenny Clark discovered that two of their eldest children had dysgraphia and were dyslexic, they were unsuccessful in finding intensive remediation programs in their local public school, which their sons Scout and Brooks needed to learn how to read.
After being cast in a negative light by D Magazine, hotel mogul Monty Bennett is calling out what he calls blatant hypocrisy by the Dallas lifestyle magazine. Bennett, who is chairman of the Ashford Group of Companies, was accused of paying to be published in various media outlets across the country.
The state of Montana has one of the lowest economic growth rates in the nation due to the incompetence and corruption of its Democratic governor, according to a Bozeman attorney, and Bullock has been governor since 2013 and is currently running for a U.S. Senate seat.
The year 2020 could rank as among the costliest when it comes to civil disobedience, second only to 1992 when the Rodney King riots devastated South Central Los Angeles, according to the Insurance Information Institute.
An interview with the Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California who issued an order denying a fellow U.S. District judge’s request to summon jurors for a pending case.
When Attorney Wesley Ouchi sued Los Angeles County for forcing one of his male teen clients to take estrogen, he did not foresee the lawsuit leading to oversight of juvenile hall. But that’s what happened. Ouchi filed the lawsuit in Superior Court of Los Angeles on June 23 after his client, a minor, developed gynecomastia, which is defined as swelling of breast tissue in males. Dr. David Oh, medical director of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court Health Services, and Dr. Danny Wang, who reports to Dr. Oh, are named as defendants and are accused of prescribing the estrogen hormone, Estradiol.