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Man Becomes First To Survive Swim Across Hoover Dam

Arron Hughes, a 28-year-old forklift driver, had reportedly been partying for 37 hours in Nevada when he decided to jump into the water and swim across it.

Hurricane Irma Exposes Dangers of Being LGBTQ and Homeless

There was nowhere for 19-year-old Sean Chavez to go when Hurricane Harvey thundered into Houston less than two weeks ago.

Dexter Pottinger, Jamaican Gay Activist Found Murdered In His Home

Dexter Pottinger, Jamaican gay activist,designer,and face of Jamaica Pride 2017,, was found murdered in his home.

Wildfires Burns North Of Downtown LA

Wildfires burns through mountains north of downtown Los Angeles, is largest ever within city limits.

At Least Five Dead In Floods In Houston, TX

Catastrophic and life-threatening” floods have hit the city in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

Video Shows Hurricane Harvey Near Rockport, Texas

Video shows storm surge and high winds as Hurricane Harvey made landfall near Rockport, TX.

Black Lives Matter Protestors Rally At Home Of Officer Involved In Fatal Shooting

Activists call for punishment in the shooting of David Jones outside officer’s home in quiet Bustleton neighborhood.

Black Activists Demand Statue Of 19th-Century Gynecologist Who Experimented On Black Women Be Removed

It is common knowledge that he used enslaved black women to perform his procedures and experiments so that white women ultimately could benefit.

Elections Worker In North Carolina Charged With Changing 2016 Vote Totals

A former elections worker in North Carolina was indicted Monday by a Durham County grand jury for mishandling provisional ballot results during the March 2016 primary election.

Hundreds Attend Black Lives Matter Rally At W.Va. State Capitol

Between 400-500 people attended a Black Lives Matter rally Sunday at the State Capitol in Charleston. The event was peaceful, with no violence reported.