Indiana's government employees are prohibited from using a state email on political business, and private email accounts are legal in the state.
The fliers criticized the removal of Confederate flags monuments as a sign that people do not "respect the white majority of America."
As the California wildfires elude containment, evacuations are increasing and scorched homes and land remain.
FEMA posted a help wanted ad on Monday for job applicants after several natural disasters left portions of the country devastated and without basic supplies, and the federal government struggles to respond.
The early October storm in Colorado follows a Montana blizzard that set a record for the heaviest two-day October snowfall.
The Satanic Temple believes that "one's body is inviolable, subject to one's own will alone," and "beliefs should conform to our best scientific understanding of the world."
Mom and dad may claim they don't have a favorite child, but research shows they could be investing resources unequally without realizing it.
Trump also handed out flashlights, joking, "You don't need them anymore," though most of Puerto Rico remains without power.
President Donald Trump has doubled pessimism within the GOP since he entered the White House, particularly among college-educated Republicans.
Oxfam International basically says we're like a Third World nation, given how slowly the Trump administration has responded to the crisis in Puerto Rico.
Brett Kenyon lived through the Sandy Hook shooting near his hometown in Danbury, Connecticut. Then, Sunday, he was at work in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, when the worst mass shooting in U.S. history took place.
Jared Kushner's lawyer, Abbe Lowell, forwarded an email complaint Thursday from the Senate Intelligence Committee about Kushner's failure to disclose his private email to a fake email account posing as Kushner.
The 70-page proposal from the Trump Administration takes a sharp turn from a long-held belief that refugees should be sheltered if they face a fear of persecution. The proposal asks to prioritize refugees with a high chance for "successful assimilation" into American culture.
Hillary Clinton said the physical scrutiny—and double standards between male and female candidates' appearances—is something she has never adjusted to, noting that it takes a lot of effort "just to be a woman in the public eye."
The "terrible things" that Rep. Jerrold Nadler referenced included the president's refusal to condemn white supremacy in Charlottesville, his "three-time push" for a travel ban impacting Muslims, a refusal to release tax returns and the circumstances surrounding the firing of James Comey, a spokesman said.
Senator John McCain, a famed veteran and prisoner of war in Vietnam, defended the right of athletes to take a knee in protest, opposing President Donald Trump, who suggested a "rule that you can't kneel" during the national anthem on Tuesday.
Puerto Rico is an island in the Caribbean Sea—which is not an ocean—and it about four hours away from Washington D.C. on a nonstop flight. For comparison purposes, if the president is in Palm Beach, where Mar-a-Lago is located, Puerto Rico is comparable to the mileage back to Washington D.C.
Puerto Ricans need food, electricity and access to clean water. They also need a President who cares, say people across the island, who disagree with the President's assessment that the island is "doing well" on "food, water and medical" supplies.
Rico Lavelle, who took a knee after singing the national anthem on Sunday in Detroit, said President Donald Trump's profane criticism of NFL players who silently protest is un-American.
While some applauded Linsey, a former finalist on "The Voice" in Season 8, for showing solidarity with protesters for social equality, many in the country music singer's fan base were not pleased.
President Donald Trump said he was respecting the flag and American veterans when he decried NFL players who take a knee during the national anthem to protest, but more and more veterans are telling the president he's wrong.