A Wisconsin teen with Down syndrome will have a very special prom date this weekend — a bona fide beauty queen.
In what’s believed to be a first-of-its-kind case, a family is bringing a federal lawsuit after a photo of their son with Down syndrome was doctored and spread across the Internet.
Disability advocates are calling for the Justice Department to investigate the death of a man with Down syndrome who was restrained after refusing to leave a movie theater.
Fox’s “Glee” is generating controversy after depicting a character with Down syndrome bringing a gun to school.
Despite paying for a membership, a family claims they were barred from entering a local gym because their teen daughter has Down syndrome.
A 30-year-old with Down syndrome proved so inspirational to the Cincinnati Reds during a stint as a batboy that he will soon be the subject of an ESPN profile.
Days after a grand jury determined there was no crime in the death of a 26-year-old with special needs who was restrained by law enforcement, the Justice Department is keeping a watchful eye.
A 15-year-old with Down syndrome is said to be the first American with the chromosomal disorder to make it to the base camp of the world’s tallest mountain.
Zack Prince loves receiving snail mail. So for his birthday, Prince’s mom put out a Facebook request for cards and boy have people responded.
When Jennifer Lawrence snagged the Academy Award for best actress Sunday night, it was a win for a young man with Down syndrome too.
There are more questions than answers following the death of a 26-year-old with Down syndrome at the hands of law enforcement who were called in when the man refused to leave a movie theater.
A Texas waiter who gained national attention for refusing service to a customer who was critical of those with disabilities is using his new fame to benefit kids with special needs.
In a hotly-contested case, a court is set to decide whether a 28-year-old with Down syndrome or her mom should determine if the young woman lives in a group home or with her friends.
An Ohio radio disc jockey is apologizing after publicly ridiculing a woman with Down syndrome who mistakenly called his station.
When a Michigan eighth-grader with Down syndrome nailed a pair of 3-point shots while playing in his first basketball game this week, he scored himself an appearance on ESPN.