Community Says Goodbye to Girl Found in a Duffel Bag
Cop Helps Bring Missing Teen Home With Discord App
Are Tourists Getting Too Close to Edges of Grand Canyon?
Published on 26 Mar 2019, 1:58
It's an incredible accomplishment for any teen: getting accepted to 18 colleges. But when Dylan Chidick starts classes at the College of New Jersey this fall, it will be an extra special moment. Not only is he the first person in his family to go to college, but Chidick also overcame homelessness and studied hard to get into his top-choice school. His mother, Khadine Phillip, couldn't be more proud - or more grateful. "I don't know what heaven feels like, but I think it might be just that," she told CBS News.
Tucker: Democrats struggle to let go of collusion hoax
NEWS ALERT! INSANE Ocasio-Cortez CONFESSES She’s Behind Measure To REMOVE Trump From Office
An active century, from WWII warship welding to painting
Why Americans Love Taco Bell
Pot's surprising history
‘Get to the other side of that wall’: Trump says in resurfaced video
Nuland: Vladimir Putin Heads To Donald Trump Meeting With Lots Of Wants | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC
Can Apple's new school-friendly iPads compete?
Mark Zuckerberg's awkward afternoon with Morgan Freeman
240 People Arrested By London Police At Notting Hill Carnival
Jesse Watters finds out America's thoughts on terror
'She Really Disgraced The Podium That Day' | Morning Joe | MSNBC
Lawmakers Call For Mueller To Testify ‘As Soon As Possible’ | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC
Eric Trump RESPONDS To Pencil Neck Schiff After He Subpoenaed Trump Family Bank Records
'The Five' on Dems refusing to move on post-Mueller report
CONFIRMED! James O’Keefe Reveals CHASE Bank’s Dirty Secret Behind Debanking Pro-Trump Policies
Pete Buttigieg Turns To Corporate Bundlers To Raise Cash
'House of horrors' couple weep in court: Sorry for hurting my children