"You try to destroy our heritage; you're tearing down monuments!" he screamed.
The teens that attend Carroll Senior High School have barely been reprimanded.
"I attempted to vote in November 2016 under the impression I had a voice, unaware that my voice had been taken away from me to cast a vote," Crystal Mason said.
As stories of voter suppression attempts, such as in Georgia and North Dakota, continue to surface, in Fort Worth, Texas, Crystal Mason is currently serving 10 months in federal prison for voting. There's also a possibility she could serve an additional five years for voter fraud.
"It was the worst nightmare I could ever imagine," said Sammie Anderson.
Cody Wilson was allegedly tipped off in Taipei, Taiwan, and didn't come back to the U.S.
Could this start a trend towards universal education for all American students?
Rice University, a private 4-year university in Houston, TX., has decided to award scholarships that will cover the cost of tuition to students from low-income and middle-income families starting next fall.
Lynn Redden makes a racist Facebook post then offers a canned apology.
Some parents struggling to pay for health care are considering divorce so their child with a disability could receive Medicaid.
Parents of children with disabilities would be inclined to divorce each other to put their son or daughter in a better position to receive Medicaid. This is more common than you might think.
"I share this because I want people to understand that this racism and this hatred still exists," 20-year-old waiter Khalil Cavil said in a Facebook post.
"We are not criminals," the detainees write, begging, "Please help us. We are desperate parents."
A group of migrant parents detained in Texas penned an open letter pleading with the United States to reunite them with their children, detailing the anxiety and anguish they have experienced since their separations. CNN first reported the letter.
This Air Force veteran's campaign, "Doors," has gained over 4 million views on social media.
A female Air Force veteran with 4 million ad views on her side is not only opening doors for others, but is actively trying to bulldoze them down in the state of Texas by running up against Rep. John Carter (R-Texas).
'I Really Don’t Care, Do U?' — The Words on Melania Trump's Jacket When Traveling to Visit Immigrant Children
President Trump tweeted: The message "written on the back of Melania's jacket, refers to the fake news media."
First Lady Melania Trump made an unexpected trip to Texas to visit a immigrant children's shelter and also managed a completely tone-deaf fashion fail in the process.
The former fashion model wore a short trench coat with a message written on the back: 'I Really Don't Care, Do U?' a $39 item sold by Zara.