Jerri Ann Henry, the first female executive director of the organization, resigned after the LGBT Republican group endorsed Donald Trump.
A Facebook user has taken video of a touch-screen voting machine changing their votes from Bill Waller, Jr. to Tate Reeves in the GOP primary for the Mississippi governor's race.
Charles Thomas Sebesta was arrested Monday on a federal grand jury indictment; Sebesta is accused of using over $11 million of church money for personal expenses.
Jolie has portrayed Taylor Swift in the video for "Snaked" by Alaska as well as TS' own video for "You Need to Calm Down" — the same video Taylor won the VMA for.
The one-term representative who may be challenging Trump for the Republican nomination said on MSNBC that he'd said racist things about Barack Obama.
Republican Representative Devin Nunes of California is suing Twitter for $250 million over two parody accounts, @DevinNunesMom and @DevinCow, mocking him.
On August 16, Mykal Prime's twin siblings were in a math class taught by substitute teacher Khadijah Griffis, who told police she shot Prime last month when he tried to rob her as she was selling him marijuana.
Disney announced a number of the original offerings coming to the company's new streaming platform, set to debut November 12.
In a blog post, CEO Tony Xu said that the company would no longer use the tip money to cover drivers' base pay.
Gage, an 8-year-old boy with a rare form of cancer, always wanted to be a soldier when he grew up; the leadership of 434th Field Artillery Brigade made his dream come true.
"If I go to [the school] and I want to be an active shooter, I'm going in knowing I have reduced sightlines," the Superintendent said.
Luis F. Deleon-Figueroa and Luis F. Deleon-Figueroa were killed Wednesday in Afghanistan, and were each posthumously promoted to Master Sergeant.
On Monday, YouTube removed many videos of robots fighting in contests similar to the TV show "Battlebots"; on Tuesday most — but not all — were restored.
Rodolfo Montoya, 37, was arrested for threatening to commit a mass shooting at his workplace, targeting employees and customers.
Maurice "Reese Him Daddie" Willoughby was the subject of a viral video when he defended his relationship after being bullied for dating a trans woman.
Joseph Rubino, 57, was arrested after slamming his van into a tree; police discovered multiple assault weapons and ammunition in his car, with much more at home.
Though Ross was not accused of sexual harassment himself, a lawsuit alleges he refused to act when one of his officers reported she was being harassed.
"We must and will ensure 100 percent compliance" with directives from the Chinese government, said the company's new leader.
Joshua McAdams and Taylor Bland brought their 4-year-old son to two of his chemotherapy appointments before taking him out-of-state to try alternative medicine.
Angel Colon and Luis Javier Ruiz, both of whom survived the 2016 mass shooting at Pulse, a gay nightclub, will be attending the rally, which celebrates "freedom from homosexual/transgender lifestyles by the grace and power of Jesus Christ."
Stephen Miller pushed for the rule change, despite a 1982 Supreme Court ruling that it's unconstitutional to block kids from schools based on immigration status.
Earlier this week, Antonio Basco invited the public to the funeral of his wife, Marjorie Reckard, killed in the El Paso shooting. Hundreds turned out.
Peter Fonda died Friday at the age of 79 after a battle with lung cancer; he is survived by his sister Jane, his children Bridget and Justin, and his wife Margaret DeVogelaere.
The memo offers Republican politicians talking points when interviewed about gun control and mass shootings.
On Thursday, the Washington Post reported that Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy showed that his hyoid bone was broken.
In a now-deleted Facebook post, Smart came out, and said that he was divorcing his wife; he said coming out was a "huge relief"
It's time for Los Angeles to go to KCON, a convention for fans of Korean pop music; for those who can't make it, the performances are being live-streamed.
Oluo says the hoaxers called police to falsely report that there were two dead bodies in her house; Oluo was in Boston at the time.
"Some of us were harmed tonight, but there are people ICE has detained that are harmed everyday," Amy Anthony told Newsweek. "That's why we're doing what we're doing, and we're going to keep doing it."