Poll Finds Most Black Women Say They’re Scared to Walk Alone At Night
Fewer than half of Black women respondents to a Gallup poll believe they are safe even in their own neighborhoods at night.
Survivors Of Tragic Bronx Fire That Cost 17 Lives Seek $3 Billion From Landlords
The couple behind the first lawsuit also accused city officials of negligence in a separate court filing.
Astroworld Disaster: How Industry Experts View The Deadly Failure Of Planning And Safety Protocols
Experienced event and safety managers say that plans are normally firmly in place to prevent what happened in Houston. But in this case there was a fatal disconnect.
NTSB: Train Going Too Fast at Curve Before Wreck
The train moved at 82 mph in a 30 mph area.
Minority Children Urged to Take Swimming Lessons as Summer Approaches
Many Black parents never learned to swim. Cycle must end.