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Joel Osteen talks new book 'Blessed in the Darkness'
The senior pastor of America's largest church has penned a book about seeing the positive in negative situations.
New video released showing encounter between police and NFL star Michael Bennett
The Las Vegas police department releasing new video of their capture of the NFL star Michael Bennett at a casino last month that a Seattle Seahawks star claimed that he was racially profiled by the officers threatened at gunpoint and then Hancock Enron has more about both sides are saying this
New body-cam video shows Las Vegas police encounter with Michael Bennett
The latest footage shows the encounter between officers and Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett.
Athletes defend NFL protests amidst Trump's condemnations
Star athletes and coaches from different sports, including Lebron James, have stepped forward to defend pro-football players' right to protest during the national anthem in support of equality.
Seahawks star Michael Bennett 'terrified' during encounter with police
Bennett told ABC News that he thought about his family and previous incidents of police brutality that ended in death when he said police in Las Vegas pointed their guns at him and threatened to shoot him.
NFL star Michael Bennett says he was 'terrified' during encounter with police
NFL star Michael Bennett has spoken out about his encounter with police that left him "terrified," and how later explaining what happened to his 10-year-old daughter brought her to tears. "I'm just thinking in my head, there's like, Tamir Rice , Eric Garner, all these people, these people that have
'Posse' program helps students stay in college
The scholarship program sends kids to college in groups of 10 with the idea they will have a support system through their college years.
DACA recipients ponder their future as Trump continues to review the program
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was started by the Obama administration for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children.
Inside what happened at the Charlottesville protests
A white supremacist saying he's ready to die for his convictions and a political activist saying he's exposing evil were at an event that ended with one woman dead and at least 19 injured.
'Step' sisters work together in a city in need of heroes
New documentary profiles an all-female Baltimore high school step team that gives all they've got to dance and each other.