Despite acknowledging that more people in Washington voted for Democrats than Republicans, TikToker Dutch Hollander seemed to argue that land mass demonstrated a majority for Republicans.
The annual Thanksgiving tradition will go on, but in a very different fashion from years past. It will be filmed without audiences and a reduced number of participants.
The since-deleted Facebook video showed the Washington councilwoman crying that her husband had been fired after a video of him intimidating a reporter who filmed him at the Million MAGA March in Washington D.C. went viral.
Jones was sentenced to death nearly 20 years ago, despite many criticizing the way that his case was handled. Kardashian West and other celebrities have spoken out against his sentencing.
Social network Parler has allegedly hidden posts on its website that are tagged as #WriteInTrumpForGA.
A new suit alleged that the Trump campaign sought to disenfranchise Black voters by pressuring local officials not to certify election results in Detroit.
Videos show protesters upset about the election results, urging that Republican officials are not re-elected for "not explicitly helping Trump to 'stop the steal.'"
Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and Ben Sasse have been outspoken about Trump's challenges to the election results, while most other Republican senators have not.
Attorney General Bill Barr on Friday scheduled the executions for December and January, ahead of President-elect Joe Biden assuming office on January 20.
While her mother served as a substitute, Stephany Hume still logged on to read and answer questions for her students after an emergency surgery.
The special, which will stream on Pandora on December 4, will feature Parton, as well as Caroline Pearce, Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Brett Eldredge.
One comedian tweeted, "in honor of international men's day i will watch one of the jackass films this evening."
After signaling support for the Proud Boys, Facebook deleted the "Headstrong" band's account. Lead singer Christopher Taylor Brown wasn't happy about it.
The injury will keep the three-time NBA champ off the court for a second straight season.
The conservative news network's CEO tweeted that President-Elect Joe Biden "should be working on a way to clear all the charges he faces" for voter fraud, despite the fact that most claims about voter fraud have been debunked.
People thought the picture of the sheep was hilarious with some claiming it looked like a former "The Voice" judge or a contender for the next NFL draft.
Even though some people have shared silly ideas about juice or social media, the trend actually began as a way to discuss leftist ideology in a parody of a far-right meme.
Before he was Jacob Black in "Twilight," a whole generation wearing 3-D glasses knew Taylor Lautner as Sharkboy and they aren't happy that he won't be a part of the upcoming movie "We Can Be Heroes."
In a Twitter thread, Avalos criticized politicians for not valuing undocumented workers and said changes need to be made for both immigration and healthcare, with Biden's administration incoming.
Kemsley, who trains with actor Jonny Lee Miller, wrote that he restrained the man for about 15 minutes, while waiting for park security to come and help handcuff him.
Prince Harry, Tiffany Haddish, Sheryl Crow, and many other comedians and musicians will join host Jon Stewart for the first virtual edition of the yearly benefit.
The parent ranted to her son Anthony's teacher, saying that the teacher should have told students to mark states that the Trump campaign has filed lawsuits, rather than coloring them in favor of Biden.
After learning that Wayne was recently charged with firearm and ammunition possession, 50 Cent tweeted that the rapper should try to get a pardon from Trump before he leaves office.
Many people debated whether Americans would be in favor of cancelling student debt, especially if they'd already paid off loans or didn't go to college.
Jackson, who has also run for various political offices, told his congregation that he tested positive for COVID-19 in a video shared Monday. He had previously told church-goers that he wouldn't get coronavirus and planned to hold services regardless of restrictions.
The president also said that his supporters at the event wouldn't "stand for a Rigged and Corrupt Election."
People clowned the far-right group by flooding Twitter with images of gay men and pancakes to drown out pictures and videos of the 'Million MAGA March.'
GOP Governor Doug Burgum said religious services were a "common sense" exception while announcing a new state-wide mask requirement Friday night.