A woman who says she is the direct descendant of a man and woman pictured in some of the earliest known photographs of enslaved people does not have a property interest in the images, now owned by Harvard University, a Massachusetts judge ruled Tuesday.
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A local photographer is giving back to first responders.
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Inspired by the actions of Metro Nashville Police officers during the Christmas Day Bombing, a Nashville area photograp…
A big pink bus and a woman with a big heart arrived within the hour spreading the message of beautiful strength.
With the death of singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle, the condolences are coming in from everyone from Jason Isbell to Stephen King.
A photographer working for the NBA was dismissed from the league's bubble in Orlando after posting an offensive meme apparently aimed at Sen. Kamala Harris on his Facebook page.
A wedding is a memory that will last a lifetime -- but for this bride, this particular video doesn't capture the joy of her wedding day.
One man is being a very good friend to the musicians fighting through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Standing 138 years, one business has witnessed a whole lot of history. It's this moment that's ending such an incredible run. It's a tough los…
A graduation 12 years in the making: One Syrian activist's road to his college degree
Idlbi spoke in 2015 about the horrors he faced while being held by the Assad Regime during the unveiling in Washington of "Caesar's Photos: In…