Woman Tells Black Man to Stop Recording, 'Do Some African-American Fishing'
A video of a California woman yelling at a Black man has gone viral after she told him to "do some African-American fishing."
Madison Cawthorn Concedes Primary, Loses to Chuck Edwards
U.S. Representative Madison Cawthorn has conceded to Senator Chuck Edwards in North Carolina's 11th Congressional District primary.
One Teen Dies Following Sand Collapse on Beach, Sister Survives
One teen is dead and his sister is injured after they became trapped in the sand while digging a hole.
Michigan Judge Blocks State's 1931 Near-Total Abortion Ban
Governor Gretchen Whitmer said the ruling "will help ensure that Michigan remains a place where women have freedom and control over their own bodies."
Fox Boss Blames Press for Spoiling Rudy Giuliani Reveal on 'Masked Singer'
"I suppose my only regret or surprise was obviously the reveal was spoiled," said Fox Entertainment executive Rob Wade.
Sen. Lummis Sorry After Students Boo Over Fundamental 'Two Sexes' Comments
"It was never my intention to make anyone feel unwelcomed or disrespected, and for that, I apologize," Lummis said.
Text Alleges Black Airman Passed Up for 'Somebody of White Complexion'
Air Force officials are investigating allegations that a Black airman was passed for a promotion because of his appearance and race.
Steve Bannon Addresses 'Replacement Theory' Following Buffalo Shooting
"This is not about race," Bannon said. "This is about American citizenship! This is about the value of your citizens."
Blinken Condemns Israeli Violence at Funeral of Palestinian Journalist
"Every family deserves to lay their loved ones to rest in a dignified and unimpeded manner," Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
Problem With Lethal Injection Drugs Prompts Ohio Gov to Postpone Execution
Citing lethal drug supply issues, the governor's office has issued several delays to inmates.
Police Slammed for Changing Course on Hate Crime Status of Korean Shooting
Members of the community are upset that the Dallas Police Department was so quick to rule out the shooting as a hate crime.
Abortion as 'Murder' Bill to Get Rewrite After Failing in Louisiana House
The proposed bill could have sent people seeking abortions and providers to prison, as well as outlawing certain forms of birth control.
Elon Musk Takes Shots at Donald Trump and Joe Biden
Musk has been increasingly more active in sharing his political views on Twitter after reaching an agreement to buy the social media platform.
Price Gouging on Baby Formula Is to Be 'Actively' Monitored by FTC
President Joe Biden wrote a letter to the FTC requesting that it "bring all of the Commission's tools to bear" to investigate reports of formula price gouging.
Army Seeking Abortion Protection Policy if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned
Lawmakers fear that the potential ban on abortion would possibly hurt the recruitment and retention of women soldiers.
First Western Nation Set to Offer Three Days of 'Menstrual Leave' Per Month
Spain is poised to be the first Western country to offer time off from work for women with menstrual pain.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, Dan Crenshaw in Spat Over Ukraine Funding
GOP Representatives Dan Crenshaw and Marjorie Taylor Greene are feuding again, this time over Ukrainian aid.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Expected to Propose Millions More for Abortion Services
"California will not stand idly by as extremists roll back our basic constitutional rights," Newsom said.
DeSantis-Appointed Judge Blocks His 'Unconstitutional' Redistricting Map
DeSantis' map would have eliminated Florida's 5th Congressional District, which stretches from Tallahassee to Jacksonville and is represented by Black Democrat Al Lawson.
Video Shows Donated Howitzer Now in Ukraine to 'Transform' Russians
A senior U.S. Department of Defense official said 85 of the promised 95 howitzers have been delivered to Ukraine along with 110,000 rounds of ammunition.
Casey White Heading to Alabama for Arraignment After Waiving Extradition
"Casey White will not see the light of day again," Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton said.
Joe Rogan Answers Question 'At What Point Are We Responsible' for Deception
"You and I are just talking s***," Joe Rogan said. "We might be right, we might not be right."
Ted Cruz Bill Would Give Troops Refusing COVID Vaccine Honorable Discharge
Senator Ted Cruz and 13 GOP colleagues introduced a bill that would grant service members who refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine an honorable discharge.
Joe Manchin Undecided, Lisa Murkowski Says She Won't Back Abortion Bill
"This week's vote is not an abstract exercise; this is as real and as high stakes as it gets," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said.
Ron DeSantis Establishes 'Victims of Communism Day' Holiday Amid CRT Fight
Florida will now recognize November 7 as "Victims of Communism Day" in a push for students to learn about the "atrocities" of communism, Governor Ron DeSantis said.
Karine Jean-Pierre Named First Black Woman, Openly Gay W.H. Press Secretary
Psaki announces departure, but reveals no plans as longtime Biden adviser Jean-Pierre takes helm May 13.
Conservatives Hopping Mad Over Feminine Products in Boys' School Bathrooms
Oregon's "Menstrual Dignity Act" requires schools to provide period sanitary items in all school bathrooms in K-12.
Ted Cruz Speculates Clerk of Sonia Sotomayor 'Most Likely' Leaked Roe Draft
"If I were to guess the most likely justice for whom the law clerk is clerking is Sonia Sotomayor because she's the most partisan of the justices," Ted Cruz said.
Elizabeth Warren Praises $141M Settlement, Says Intuit 'Tricked' Americans
TurboTax, which is owned by Intuit, has agreed to pay $141 million in restitution to millions of tax filers who were charged for using the site's free services.
Family Contradicts Police Claim That Man Didn't Alert Them to Baby in Car
Young father taken into police custody while baby daughter remained in car; suspect's family disputes police claims that he never told them of her being left in the hot vehicle, which led to her death.