Vina Marwan, 29, met her husband Ikhzreen Husin, 26, when she started longboarding. So it only made sense that their wedding photos were at a skatepark. "We didn't really plan how the shoot was supposed to be," Marwan said. "It was all candid with nothing serious about it."
If you've ever lost something important, let Mary Grams' story serve as hope that it may still turn up: she lost her engagement ring while gardening in 2004, and this week her daughter-in-law found it in the same garden, wrapped around a carrot. Mary had replaced the ring without telling her husband, but she's happy to be reunited with the one she owned for five decades. And the best part? It still fits
Activist Rebecca McHood was "outraged" at Trump's defense of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, so she turned a Confederate memorial in Phoenix into a second place trophy. She even included a ribbon that said "You lost, get over it," though it was removed the next day. McHood has identified as a Republican her whole life, but didn't vote for Trump, and says the party no longer "represent[s] my American values system."
Sisters Micah and Tadrint Washington have filed a suit against James Alex Fields Jr., David Duke, and others involved in the violent demonstrations in Charlottesville. They are seeking more than $3 million.
“She wanted to put down hate. We need to end hatred and just forgive each other." — Heather Heyer’s father at her memorial service. Heather died when a car drove into a crowd during the violent riots in Charlottesville.
Nour, 6, dreams of one day being a karate champion. Her dad Wassim — a black belt himself — couldn’t find a place to train her in bombed-out Aleppo, so they improvised. During the worst of the siege, the family moved to the neighboring village of Kafr Kermin, where they continued to train. Now Nour is well-known in the area and people come to watch her fight. Wassim says he wants his only child to grow up to be a champion fighter, part of "a beautiful beginning for the new Syria." Go Nour! (: Yehya Alrejjo)
People are impressed with this guy who goes to hilarious lengths to take pictures for his girlfriend. "If you're not trying to be tangled up and hanging like this off a boat for me to have a great picture like this, I don't want you," — _KingNeek on Twitter (: @gabitomartinez93)
“Let me be clear: These cowardly acts of hate aren't welcome in Boston or anywhere else in this country.“ — @elizabethwarrenma. Police arrested the 17-year-old boy Monday evening. (Photos: Twitter: talipfeifer/AP)
A federal jury has found that a DJ groped Taylor Swift at a meet-and-greet in 2013. The singer will be awarded a symbolic $1, a message that her lawsuit wasn't about anything other than taking a stand for women Find out more in our story. (: AP)