“It is unacceptable and un-American for a journalist to be arrested for doing his job,” TIRRC Policy Director Lisa Sherman-Nikolaus said.
MMA star Conor McGregor allegedly assaulted a bus and at least two other UFC fighters.
And they were cheddar biscuits.
It’s not looking good for Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Louisiana and South Carolina.
It started when the snake bit the cat on the lip.
The EPA chief, who is facing ethics violation allegations, has reportedly been eyeing the role for months.
Trump famously said during a December 2015 interview with Fox News that taking out the families of terrorists may need to be considered.
Our government is now dictating what constitutes acceptable prescribing of controlled substances, and patients who need potent pain medications are suffering.
There have been four accidents involving U.S. military aircraft this week, two of which have been fatal.
Mauro Ociel Valenzuela-Reyes may be in Chile, authorities say.
Kushner Cos. sought out the investment in October, and the lender has reportedly agreed to the terms pending underwriting approvals.
Elizabeth Warren continued to kill rumors that she'd run against Trump in 2020.
It is still unclear why a father placed pistol in his son's bag in the first place.
Sixteen-year-old Kyle Kashuv said the two talked about the cases in which the Supreme Court judge dissented.
If Biden runs in 2020, it's likely he'll start with high levels of support.
The median net worth of a senator is a staggering $3.2 million. For representatives, it’s $900,000.
Trump recently said "it's time" to rapidly pull soldiers out of Syria.
The project was put on hold after the Cambridge Analytica data-sharing scandal broke.
The defense contractor claimed in November that he met a Russian linked to President Vladimir Putin by coincidence.
"The Warren County Health Department and state Health Department are investigating a cluster of E. coli cases" potentially from "local Panera Breads."
"Get a haircut, you hippy!"
It's been "a gift from the heavens," the lawyer said.
The July 18, 1969, car crash forever altered the course for a young Senator Ted Kennedy.
"Chappaquiddick" intertwines the investigation into Mary Jo Kopechne’s death and the Kennedy family’s use of immense wealth and connections to remain in U.S. politics—but just how rich are they?
“You can't have an agreement when one party claims to know nothing about it,” says Michael Avenatti.
“In comparison to other developed countries around the world, the U.S. has a very unique problem with gun violence.”
"The only fraud is the occupant of the Oval Office," California Secretary of State Alex Padilla said.
Dunkin' Donuts is testing out the new snack in one U.S. city.
The move will triple the $50 billion worth of tariffs Trump announced last week.
From the first moon landings to vertigo-inducing space walks and high-resolution images of deserts, glaciers and cities on our planet.