Human interest

Oregon/Divide Tackles Gun Control In Oregon (Video)

Oregon/Divide Tackles Gun Control In Oregon (Video)

Scott Fitzgerald talks about a new documentary called Oregon/Divide focusing on the gun control/gun rights debate in Oregon. Experienced documentarians are working on showing the sympathetic portraits of victim’s families from the Clackamas Town Center shooting along side of profiles of both gun-safety and gun rights advocates (as well as extremist factions active in the […]

Fox News Guest Thinks Children Missing Meals Gain A “Teaching Moment” (Video)

Fox News Guest Thinks Children Missing Meals Gain A “Teaching Moment” (Video)

A Fox News guest said on Thursday’s episode of Fox and Friends that children who were refused access in the cafeteria would experience a “teaching moment.” Thomas Kersting, therapist, TV host, and author, told Gretchen Carlson that he approved of a New Jersey school district’s plan to “throw the meal away” if kids didn’t have […]

Cherokee Girl’s Dad Fights Extradition Order in Custody Case (Video)

Cherokee Girl’s Dad Fights Extradition Order in Custody Case (Video)

On Wednesday, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed an extradition order to send the father of Veronica, a Cherokee girl in the middle of a custody dispute to South Carolina, to face a criminal charge for his refusal to hand his 3-year-old daughter over to her adoptive parents. Dusten Brown was charged with custodial interference last […]

Harold and Ruth Knapke, Married 65 Years, Die 11 Hours Apart

Harold and Ruth Knapke, Married 65 Years, Die 11 Hours Apart

Perhaps it’s a testimony to the power of love – example after example of couples who feel so deeply that when one spouse dies, the other passes soon after. Relatives of an Ohio couple who died at a nursing home 11 hours apart on the same day say their love story’s ending reflects their devotion […]

50th anniversary of the March on Washington (Pics and Videos)

50th anniversary of the March on Washington (Pics and Videos)

Early that morning of Aug. 28, 1963, the march organizers worried that people wouldn’t show up. But the soldiers of a growing civil rights movement were on their way, some 200,000 of them, determined to stand together and demand equality. They boarded buses in the middle of the night, singing with strangers. They crowded onto […]

1 3 4 5