16-Year-Old Graduates from College, High School In Same Week
Here's something you don't see every day: a sixteen-year-old getting a college degree. And here's something you see even less: getting a college degree at sixteen, before getting a high school degree. Well, that happened to one Florida teenager who will receive her high school diploma within a week after getting her bachelor's degree.
Based largely on a rap he wrote, and accounts of two witnesses given years after the shooting, rapper Antwain Steward was arrested and charged with double murder. Critics contend rap is a musical art form that should not be taken as evidence of criminal behavior.
Chirlane McCray Speaks at Black History Month Celebration
FLONYC attended Rep. Joe Crowley's Black History Month celebration and shared her story. "The year I was born, 1954, was the year of the Brown versus the Board of Education decision," said First Lady Chirlane McCray. "It was a brave landmark decision.
A young, retired Gaithersburg Marine suffering from renal failure is looking for a second chance on his wedding anniversary, so he turned to a Pittsburgh organization that helped make his dreams come true.
Missouri Man Waits More Than A Decade To Begin Prison Sentence
Nine months ago, Mike Anderson began serving a 13-year prison sentence for a crime that took place all the way back in 1999. CBS News' Dean Reynolds speaks with Anderson from prison about the delayed punishment.
Feminist High School Boys Ask: Are You a Feminist?
High school boys at LREI in New York City reflect on their experience taking a feminism class and the impact it made on their lives. They unanimously declare that they are feminists. Are you? Find out more at feministteacher.com
#IfTheyGunnedMeDown Creator on Representation of Michael Brown
Many tweets have been organized around hashtags like #IfTheyGunnedMeDown, in which African-Americans post two pictures of themselves - one they feel plays into stereotypes and one that doesn't - and ask which the media would use. Jim Axelrod spoke with CJ Lawrence, a lawyer from Jackson, Miss., and creator of the hashtag.