During the impeachment hearings, President Trump has attacked Maria Yovanovitch on Twitter, as well as other officials who have testified, and his party worries it may backfire.
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol has doubled its arrests in a year, but hard narcotics at the border have more than doubled.
The fiery critic of Trump went after former U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley on Twitter for what he called her "shameless" defense of the president.
In a recent Pew poll, an overwhelming percentage of Americans said marijuana should be legalized for medical or recreational use.
Pope Francis compared the persecution and hatred of homosexuals to Nazism. "That is what was done in those days and today it is happening again."
Mark Epstein, brother of the convicted sex trafficker, claims that his brother was innocent and did not commit suicide while the meme "Epstein Didn't Kill Himself" goes viral.
A man in New Orleans was arrested Wednesday for pretending to be a handicapped brother named "Cory" who needed home care nurses to change his diaper.
In response to whether or not President Trump will throw his lawyer under the bus during the impeachment inquiry, the former New York mayor was confident in their relationship—and also his "insurance."
During his show, "Tucker Carlson Tonight," the host made waves when he stated during a monologue that Russia poses no threat to the United States "at all."
Baltimore mayor, Bernard C. "Jack" Young, responded to criticism about the city's leadership around gun violence and homicides on Wednesday saying it was not from lack of leadership and he did not commit the murders himself.
The farmers market in Bloomington, Indiana has seen alleged white supremacists selling vegetables and protesters being arrested in all manner of costumes, and that was just Saturday.
The host of 'The Young Turks,' Cenk Uygur, filed to run for California's 25th congressional district—which was vacated by former Congresswoman Katie Hill—on the day after he endorsed Bernie Sanders.
Fox News promotes new "whistleblower" complaint in an attempt to discredit the unnamed intelligence community whistleblower.
A chocolate cafe in Portland removed its signage, which included their name and three colonial ships, after an artist adjusted the display to link the brand to the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
It was revealed during a status hearing that a woman charged for trespassing three times at CIA Headquarters also showed up to the D.C.-area home of former President Barack Obama.
Former White House Press Secretary Anthony Scaramucci appeared on CNN to discuss the book "A Warning" and suggested Trump is senile.
A Las Vegas woman was allegedly kidnapped, taken across state lines, beaten and sexually assaulted, then left in the desert to die by a father and daughter duo.
During the WIRED25 festival, Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri announced that U.S. Instagram users will stop seeing "likes" on other people's posts beginning next week.
A new rape allegation has surfaced against director Roman Polanski from a French former model and actress who alleged he violently assaulted her in 1975.
Rick Wiles' new conspiracy theory claims former president Barack Obama is the voice hiding behind the Anonymous author of the book 'A Warning.'
Benjamin Schreiber claimed that his life sentence was served when he was rushed to the hospital and his heart was restarted five times.
During an interview, the new Human Rights Campaign leader, Alfonso David, said President Trump is "the worst president on LGBTQ issues ever" and that he is "attacking people for who they are."
"Florida woman" stories will now include a 33-year-old orangutan named Sandra who was granted legal personhood in 2015 and recently moved to Florida.
"Fighting Joe" Morrissey has more mugshots than most politicians and a teen sex scandal in his past but that didn't stop him from winning a seat in the Virginia Senate.
The fortune of one man turned around at the Melbourne Cup when a protest re-ordered how the horses were placed and he won over $500K—mere moments after his date told him things weren't going to work out.
New discoveries in Bavaria of an ape with "orangutan arms" but human-like legs has the science community excited about connecting the dots of evolution between great apes and humans.
A group associated with the Nazi Party posted fliers with swastikas and a message to "Love your folk" around the Tempe campus of Arizona State University.
At the Council on Russian Language, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a Russian version of the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, which will be created between 2020-2022.
Two nuns from two different orders in Sicily returned from a mission in Africa pregnant. The Catholic Church has responded with an investigation.
During the Senate Homeland Security Committee, Senator Kamala Harris questioned the FBI Director a series of questions ranging from where his loyalty lies to what kind of clearance Giuliani has at the White House.