First Native American woman in space steps out on spacewalk

Nicole Mann, a Marine colonel and test pilot, rocketed into orbit last fall with SpaceX, becoming the first Native American woman in space. She is a member of the Wailacki of the Round Valley Indian Tribes in Northern California.

Sunday marks one year since attack on Colleyville synagogue

Jan. 15 marks one year since an armed British Pakistani took four people hostage during Shabbat services in a ten-hour standoff that ended with an FBI tactical team killing Malik Akram. Jewish leaders say since what happened at Colleyville, antisemitic hate has ticked up.

Colorado gay bar shooting suspect facing murder, hate crime charges

The man suspected of opening fire at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs was being held on murder and hate crime charges Monday, while hundreds of people gathered to honor the five people killed and 17 wounded in the attack on a venue that for decades was a sanctuary for the local LGBTQ community.

City of Fort Worth pledges $15 million to build National Juneteenth Museum

The Fort Worth City Council approved a resolution pledging its support for a planned National Juneteenth Museum. While the city's $15 million commitment is contingent on the museum raising the other $55 million of the roughly $70 million price tag, museum leaders hope this gives them momentum towards that goal.