A box of Thanksgiving flavored Pringles gained attention all over the Internet, but hopeful snackers won’t be able to get their hands on it anytime soon.
Trump won Alabama by 28 points in the presidential election, but voters still like Obama more.
A Silicon-Valley executive has established a new religion that worships a future God that will be created with artificial intelligence.
Applicants affected by mail delays will be allowed to resubmit their applications for DACA protections.
An Obama-era policy had banned the importation of endangered animals.
An event near Atlanta, Georgia, is inviting people who don't have interracial friendships to come have conversations with one another.
“The Mooch” is reportedly writing a book about his 10-day stint as White House communications director.
Republicans are figuring out how to deal with allegations against Moore, suggesting that Governor Kay Ivey delay the Senate election to push him out.
Press was blocked from covering an event in Asia where Trump and Putin may—or may not—have discussed Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
A man who wanted to kill as many Christian Germans as possible was indicted with one count of murder and six counts of attempted murder.
A French citizen is suing the United States for including the words "so help me God" in the citizenship oath.
Senators Bernie Sanders and Cory Booker are the latest lawmakers vowing not to support a federal spending bill without protections for Dreamers.
Saad Hariri claimed that Iran's influence in the region was threatening Lebanon, and that he feared being killed by opposition.
Jenna Abrams, who gained nearly 70,000 Twitter followers, was the creation of a St. Petersburg-based "troll farm."
Robert Phalen, a researcher joining the EPA's board of science advisers, thinks clean air is bad for your health.
Senator Chuck Grassley says existing Senate guidelines must be updated because sexual harassment training is currently only voluntary for congressional employees.