With Puerto Rico facing $70 billion of debt, U.S. congressional lawmakers are attempting to introduce legislation granting the commonwealth to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
The Fourth of July holiday ended in a terrible tragedy after a young man launched a firework off the top of his head and instantly killed himself.
According to recent findings published by international non-governmental organization Save the Children, the United States ranked 33rd out of 170 nations when measuring the best and worst nations for mothers. Washington, DC had the nation's highest infant mortality rate at 6.6 deaths per 1,000 live births in 2013. While this is a historical low for DC, it's three times the rates of Tokyo and Stockholm.
While the Latino vote continues to gain momentum into the 2016 election season, candidates must remember the electorate is diverse, and one growing group is Dominican American.
New data from the 2015 STEM Index, the second-annual study of growth in STEM jobs, careers and educational pathways carried out by U.S. News/Raytheon shows Silicon Valley's lack of diversity is still rooted in education, as the gender and racial gaps in STEM fields have widened since last year.
DC Comics and Marvel artist Phil Jimenez, best known for his work as the writer/artist for "Wonder Woman" and the miniseries "Infinite Crisis," recently declared that comics are "inherently gay or inherently queer."
Actress Ruby Rose started out as model and MTV VJ in her native Australia before she landed her gig on "Orange Is the New Black" and while she is thriving in her new role, she admits that it wasn't always easy -- during her teenage years, she says that high school was in fact "terrible."
During an interview with "TODAY, the model-turned-DJ-turned-actress pointed out that the hit Netlix series was like a second shot at high school in a way.
Ariana Grande was spotted kissing one of her backup dancers at a donut shop. Is he her new beau?
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