Scores of demonstrators gathered outside of Mitch McConnell's home to protest the silencing of Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Friday.
Trump has decided to pay a $25 million settlement in the lawsuits related to Trump University.
A Kentucky high school principal apologized for one of his teachers' homework assignments that repeatedly used the n-word. It was supposed to prepare the students for when they encountered the slur in the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.
A Kentucky mother vented on Twitter about a new school policy that banned natural hairstyles. It went viral, and the school changed its policy.
Olu Stevens spoke out about why juries need to reflect the diversity of the community and now he's paying the price with a 90-day suspension with no pay.
Kentucky judge demands to know why jail officials sent a female inmate to her courtroom without proper attire. The woman was wearing the shorts and T-shirt that she was arrested in days earlier.
The woman's attorney told the court that her client was refused clothing, feminine hygiene products and a shower.
The President and First Lady wrote a letter that will be given to Ali's family by White House Senior Advisor, Valerie Jarrett.
Kentucky voters elected the first Black woman in nearly 20 years to serve in the state legislature. The Democrat won a 3-person primary and faces no opposition in November.
During a victory speech Tuesday in California, Sanders told supporters he planned to stay in the race "'til the last ballot is cast," dismissing calls for him to drop out.