A new poll finds that 54 percent of Republicans say they would use the social media platform that former President Donald Trump plans to launch, while the same percentage of all respondents say that they would not use the platform.
"Perhaps we skip trials when there is audio and video footage of the murder," comedian Chelsea Handler suggested Tuesday on Twitter.
"She's a big cat, I didn't think she could fit down a chimney," Caitlyn Wertenberger said after her missing 19-pound tuxedo cat Piper was found lodged in the chimney of a neighbor's house.
John Doran was found to have violated New Hampshire's Civil Rights Act for a gas station incident last summer that saw him shout racial slurs at a Black family before threatening to douse one of the family members with gasoline and set him on fire.
"Blacks captured and sold blacks as slaves," Indiana state Rep. Jim Lucas, a Republican, said during a recent exchange with a Black surgeon on Facebook. "Slavery is vile and repugnant, but has, and is tragically a way of humanity."
"Dr. Birx is a proven liar with very little credibility left," former President Donald Trump said one day after interviews with several key figures in his administration's COVID-19 response aired on CNN.
Conservative media personalities Diamond and Silk have called on the military to remove President Joe Biden and "take over" the government, insisting that the country will be "going to hell in a handbasket" otherwise.
"Facebook's enforcement of its own policies is consistently and demonstrably insufficient," Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) wrote in a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday.
"I am proud to be a part of Milwaukee County taking this bold step in reforming marijuana laws," Milwaukee County Board Supervisor Sylvia Ortiz-Velez said after the board adopted a resolution that dropped marijuana possession fines to $1 on Thursday.
Republican South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem reportedly urged state lawmakers to make "necessary changes to allow for a successful implementation" of a medical marijuana bill approved by nearly 70 percent of voters last November.
A lawsuit filed against Georgia's "Voter Suppression Bill" on Thursday alleges that it will impose "unjustifiable burdens disproportionately on the State's minority, young, poor, and disabled citizens."
There were at least 15 reports of tornadoes in Alabama on Thursday amid severe storms that left at least five people dead and tens of thousands without power.
Asian Americans experienced "the highest single-year increase" of severe online harassment ever seen in the latest edition of a survey from the Anti-Defamation League.
Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed Senate Bill 202 shortly after it was passed along party lines by Georgia's General Assembly with votes of 100-75 in the House and 34-20 in the Senate.
"We write to respectfully request you issue a waiver of informed consent to ensure members of the armed forces receive a COVID-19 vaccine at the earlier opportunity," a group of Democratic U.S. Representatives wrote to President Joe Biden on Wednesday.
"My desire to be liked and fear of pissing people off has made me somebody you didn't sign up for," Chrissy Teigen tweeted on Wednesday before deleting her Twitter account.
Parts of Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee are at a "moderate" 4 out of 5 risk level for severe thunderstorms on Thursday afternoon and evening, including the possibility that "potentially violent" tornadoes could form.
Rico Marley, 22, was detained on Wednesday after walking into an Atlanta, Georgia Publix supermarket while wearing body armor and carrying five guns.
Republicans chose Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former Vice President Mike Pence as their top choices in a poll asking who they would vote for in the 2024 GOP presidential primaries if former President Donald Trump does not run.
"It was a true honor being a small part of George Segal's amazing legacy," Adam F. Goldberg, the creator of ABC sitcom "The Goldbergs," tweeted following Segal's death on Tuesday.
A coalition of 18 attorneys general asked U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to end a loophole that "allows unserialized ghost guns to be bought and sold without oversight" on Monday.
"Tackling the COVID-19 pandemic requires both prevention via vaccine and targeted treatment for those who contract the virus," Pfizer's Chief Scientific Officer Mikael Dolsten said on Tuesday.
A Republican proposal to block potential new federal gun laws from applying in South Carolina moved forward on Tuesday, one day after a deadly mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado left 10 people dead.
A bill passed by Arkansas' state legislature would allow doctors and other health care workers to deny any non-emergency services to LGBTQ people based on religious, moral or ethical objections.
Colorado is in the top 16 of states with the strictest gun control laws, according to gun reform advocacy group the Giffords Law Center.
Far-right activist Josh Bernstein hopes that post-election vote audits will lead to a "Constitutional crisis" that results in President Joe Biden being removed from office.
Dr. Yvelice Villaman-Bencosme, 64, was sentenced to 63 months behind bars in federal court on Monday.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said that President Joe Biden's suggestion that the Senate return to a requirement that senators speak during the entirety of a filibuster was "an idea worth discussing" on Friday.
"I am not gonna put any kind of spin on it, the policies that are coming out of this administration are literally from the pit of hell," Conservative Christian activist Tony Perkins recently said before denouncing President Joe Biden's end to the ban on transgender people in the military.
Although 61 percent of New York Democrats do not want Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign amid mounting sexual harassment allegations and criticism of his handling of nursing homes amid the COVID-19 pandemic, 57 percent say that it will be "time for someone new" in 2022.