Natasha Noman
Natasha Noman
Staff Writer

Flight overbooked? Here are your legal rights and how much money the airline owes you.

If you get bumped off of a flight, you have certain legal financial rights as a passenger and consumer.

Syrians are showing support for missile strikes by changing their profile picture to Trump

Some Syrians are showing support for Donald Trump on Twitter.

Syria missile attack: These are the reactions from foreign press

This is how the world is reacting to Donald Trump's attack on Syria.

Putin condemns Trump's attack on Syria as a "violation of the norms of international law"

"The U.S. strikes on Syria [are an] aggression against a sovereign state."

A Trump voter's undocumented husband was just deported to Mexico

"I wish I didn't vote at all," she said.

100 years after the first Pulitzer Prize was awarded, here are its biggest scandals, snubs

Stories so colorful and controversial, they're worthy of their own prizes

Where Payless ShoeSource store locations are closing in every US city and state

This list of Payless stores closing in 2017 can help you figure out whether your local shop will shutter.

Portland is giving away free houses — in exchange for this act of generosity

Free homes are available to those willing to house homeless families in the small custom-built second properties on their land.

Equal Pay Day 2017 actually falls on different days for white women and people of color

For Latina women, 2017's "real" Equal Pay Day won't arrive for months.

The Pink Star diamond is the most expensive gemstone ever auctioned

Wondering what the biggest, most expensive diamond around might cost you? This $70-million-plus pink gem is ultra-rare.

What can the left and right agree on? 'Indiana Jones' and dinosaurs, study finds.

When it comes to science, liberals and conservatives share interest in archaeology and paleontology.

Survey finds 55% of white Republicans think blacks face poverty due to lack of motivation

Close to half of white Republicans believe black people are inherently lazier.

For the first time in more than two decades, the Israeli government approved a settlement

Trump previously asked Israel to stop building additional settlements.

Donald Trump just told Michael Flynn to take immunity — after telling Clinton not to

Apparently, Trump has double standards when it comes to FBI immunity.

Depression up 18% since 2005, is now leading cause of ill health and disability

75% of people with major depression aren't getting the mental health treatment they need.

Out of the closet everywhere but work? This is your survival guide.

If you're gay and can't decide whether to come out at your workplace, here are some key factors to keep in mind.