NEW YORK (NBC) - "Crisis" debuts on NBC this Sunday.It's a thriller about kidnappers targeting the country's most powerful families, starring Gillian Anderson of "X-Files" fame.It all begins when a school field trip turns into a mass kidnapping.The hostages include the president's son and the children of other D.C. power brokers, including a CEO played by Anderson."Crisis" premieres Sunday night at 10pm eastern, after "Believe".
The non-profit houses female survivors of human trafficking, sexual assault and abuse.
The convention kicks off on Friday but this year sudden changes to the event have led to a fair share of criticism from people.
One by one, council members voted Thursday for something some say should have been on the books long ago.
School is now in session for many districts across southern Indiana. That means summer break is officially over and for a lot of Hoosier destinations so is their busiest season.
One of 16 military members who died when a plane crashed in Mississippi was honored in Louisville on the way to his final resting place.