Boxer Patrick Day died Tuesday, four days after being knocked out in a boxing match in Chicago. He is one of at least four fighters to die from injuries suffered in the ring in 2019 alone.
An Ontario judge ruled that a lawsuit against some of the Disney companies named in a lawsuit claiming "Inside Out" stole a Canadian man's concept can move ahead.
A new study from Spain's University of Cordoba suggests that young people who display a competitive or hostile personality are more likely to use illegal drugs.
Multiple flyers promoting neo-Nazi imagery and rhetoric were found outside a predominantly black church Monday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) introduced the The Universal School Meals Act Tuesday, which would mandate free meals for all U.S. school children, regardless of family income.
An upcoming U.K. reality television show is asking families to adopt animals typically raised for meat as pets for a period of three weeks, before being faced with the choice of either becoming vegetarian or having the animal slaughtered and then cooked and eaten.
At a town hall event in Louisiana on Monday, members of a progressive Jewish activist group on confronted Rep. Steve Scalise over what the group says is "anti-Semitic" and "anti-immigrant" rhetoric promoted by Republicans.
The Kentucky Board of Elections must return names on a list of "inactive" voters to a master list, after a court ruling was issued in favor of the state's Democratic Party.
A Euro 2020 soccer tournament qualification game between England and Bulgaria was nearly cancelled Monday after a segment of Bulgarian fans continually chanted racist abuse towards black England players.
President Donald Trump slammed "sinister faker" Democrats and Joe and Hunter Biden on Thursday, at his first rally since the start of what he called an "insane impeachment witch hunt."
Plans to monitor St. Louis with "spy planes" were denounced at a protest in the city Thursday.
Joey Gibson, the leader of far-right activist group Patriot Prayer, appears to be accepting donations from a church that does not seem to officially exist, according to reports.
A previously sanctioned Russian company's investment in a Kentucky aluminum mill has been questioned in a letter published by U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) after concerns over the timing of the investment.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was sued by indigenous and environmental groups on Tuesday and Wednesday over a controversial gold and copper mine in Alaska. The groups say a Trump administration rollback of protections in the matter could endanger millions of fish in the Bristol Bay.
The parents of a 9-year-old boy say their son was called the N-word by his school's vice principal. School officials confirm the incident happened.
As the Supreme Court heard arguments in two cases involving LGBTQ employment rights, over 100 protesters were reportedly arrested.
A lawsuit by the family of a Spokane, Washington boy claims that the youth program the boy participated in, Ranch for Kids, abused and exploited the child for labor instead of helping him.
A small town in England has temporarily banned 5G, after residents expressed health concerns about the technology. Experts seem less convinced that the wireless network poses a threat.
A lawsuit filed Monday by the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association (SWAPA) alleges that Boeing "deliberately" misled the airline and pilots about the company's troubled 737 MAX airplane, resulting in over $100 million in lost wages.
YouTube personality Trisha Paytas claims to be transgender while maintaining that she identifies strongly with her birth gender, and many are reacting negatively. This is another in what seems to be a long sequence of controversial videos and claims from Paytas.
Two Florida men were arrested for allegedly capturing an alligator and enticing it to bite one of the man's arms as he poured beer into it's mouth.
Conservationist groups are offering a reward of €30,000 ($33,000) for information about the disappearance of Naya, the first wolf spotted in Belgium for over 100 years. The wolf and her cubs are feared to have been killed by hunters.
A gay high school student was allegedly raped months after complaints of bullying fell of deaf ears, according to a lawsuit filed by the boy's mother.
A Boston area utility worker wearing a Trump 2020 hat was fired after allegedly harassing a woman outside her home, due to bumper stickers on the woman's car.
A Baltimore, Maryland woman who won $50,000 dollars on a lottery scratch-off game believes "itchy hands" inspired the good fortune.
Democratic Representative Mikie Sherrill told CNN's Chris Cuomo that President Donald Trump was "clearly" worthy of impeachment Thursday night, adding that the president was "going against the Constitution."
Screenings of 'Joker' are being held with an increased presence of police and armed security guards as the film opens across the U.S., amid fears that the movie could inspire violence similar to the 2012 mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado.
McDonalds has been sued by an off-duty manager and her fiance, after the couple claim that a complaint the woman made about burned hash browns led to an attack by a shirtless employee who had waited for them in the restaurant's parking lot.
Prominent Democratic donor Ed Buck has been indicted by U.S. attorneys for allegedly causing the death of Timothy Dean, 55, earlier this year. Buck had been indicted for allegedly being at fault in another man's death only weeks ago, along with related drug charges.
The United States is set to impose $7.5 billion in new tariffs on range of goods from the European Union (EU), including Scotch whisky.