Many voters are purged from the rolls in New York, where the party enrollment deadline is more than half a year ahead of the primaries.
"Inside Edition" correspondent Lisa Guerrero tells Newsweek the action star propositioned her on the set of a film.
Prisoners set a fire inside the prison, according to the North Carolina Department of Public Safety.
Chicago wants hotels held accountable after the death of the 19-year-old Jenkins.
The “Unite the Right” rally, a white nationalist event in Charlottesville, Virginia, that collapsed into chaos on August 12, is already a volatile cultural flash point.
New study finds that obesity rates have drastically climbed by tenfold from four decades ago.
The Harvey Weinsteins of the world aren’t confined to Hollywood studio executive suites.
After Wednesday's exam, high schoolers everywhere put down their pencils and picked up their phones.
McGowan has been outspoken against Harvey Weinstein, using Twitter as her primary platform.
Some of the Women’s March supporters are most certainly not feeling the Bern.
Donald Trump’s responses to natural disasters in mainland America and overseas are vastly different when compared side by side.
The road to recovery will be a long one, but there are ways to help.
California's marijuana farms have taken a hit from the flames as fires continue to spread throughout Northern California.
The president's legal team could set up a meeting with the special counsel before Thanksgiving.
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback helped launch an influential protest movement throughout the NFL over America’s treatment of people of color.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says sanctuary cities value “criminal aliens” over law-abiding citizens.
The talk show's hosts and guests questioned Trump's understanding of the First Amendment and said whispers are spreading that he should be removed from office.
Street prices of cocaine and heroin have been falling for years, a good indication that plenty is still crossing our borders.
The musician has long been an advocate of exploring outer space.
Many lobbyists are taking advantage of out-of-date federal lobbying laws to avoid registering themselves.
The Leo fraternity, which adopted a diversity policy last year, denies the accusations.
The World Bank president has ingratiated himself by forging an alliance with Ivanka on women’s empowerment.
After a report emerged in The New Yorker, the NYPD is reexamining charges of sexual assault against the media mogul.
Savvy investors bid up the share price of gun makers in anticipation of increased demand, increased sales, and thus better short-term profits.
The Army Navy Country Club has some high-profile new members.
A new study shows a soaring number of displaced persons while America closes its doors
Obama will campaign for Democratic candidate Ralph Northam at a rally in Richmond, but Trump is also casting a shadow over the Virginia vote.
It’s an open secret that Trump is a walking constitutional crisis. Is there a constitutional remedy?
The president has lost his temper over numerous issues, from James Comey to NBC.
James Horne, the child’s father, had the shots administered on Monday, when he had custody.