Two Mexican restaurants served U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions breakfast and dinner, respectively, before and after a Friday news conference where Sessions linked immigration with criminality.
The investigation revealed that the illegal substance was originally transported from Taiwan, and that Malaysia was used as a transport hub.
"For the last 10 years, all these people have been working diligently to market this product internationally to Asia. We finally finish that diligent, long fricken' march and then all of a sudden we hear 'hey, there's a trade war, sorry boys.'"
A United Airlines pilot allegedly posted explicit photos of a flight attendant online, some featuring the tagline "Fly the Friendly Skies."
The turtle was one of the world's smallest and most endangered.
All of the installations came complete with a plastic tag with bullet hole designs that read, "Show how much you love them, unparalleled protection for your kids."
Almost a third of Americans believe the news media is "the enemy of the American people," according to a survey of over 1,000 people with various political affiliations.
Element Electronics sent a worker adjustment and retraining notification to the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce on Monday.
The names that received the most backlash included Flint Michigan Tap Water, Black Beer Matters and White Guilt.
A college student who walked 20 miles to his first day on the job with a moving company kicked off this work week with a new car, a personal gift from the owner of the company.
"My colleague bought me another pair of reading glasses...because the police had broken mine."
The graffiti cost thousands of dollars in property damage.
If the conviction stands, Michelle Carter will be the first person in the United States to be charged with involuntary manslaughter by means of words alone.
Amy Zuckerman, 64, a freelancer and author of three books on technology was accused of sending a threatening email to a newspaper on Friday.