"They understand that there's a lot of racism and hate going on today, but to top that off with a defeat after working so hard all year, it's like a slap in the face," Orange Glen assistant coach Lizardo Reynoso said.
"I am a gun owner...This ad makes me sick. It is not what responsible gun ownership looks like," wrote one commenter Sunday.
"Rachel Maddow tells her audience conspiracy theories but makes them sound like the truth. Alex Jones tells the truth but makes it sound like a conspiracy theory," the controversial commentator said in a tweet.
"This was a terrorist attack against the LGBT community; this is exactly what it is," Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis told reporters after a truck drove into a crowd at a Pride parade.
"This is the beginning of our getting the disparities out of our communities so we can work as one. If people can be taught to hate, they can be taught to love," Opal Lee said to a crowd on the first federally recognized Juneteenth.
"He used that thing as a piggy bank," former Oath Keepers IT manager Ed Wilson said of founder Stewart Rhodes, who allegedly misused thousands in group funds to pay for personal expenses.
The officer-involved shooting left a Holly Springs Police Officer and the male suspect dead, the GBI confirmed in a Tweet.
"No...there is no reason for that yet," Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, when asked if the U.S. would be taken off Moscow's list of "unfriendly countries."
58 percent of American adults think critical race theory is at least somewhat unfavorable, according to a June poll.
"The state's electric grid will be straining to meet evening demand when air conditioners are in heavy use and solar energy generation is waning," the California Independent System Operator said.
"Ms. Thomas' actions, while they may subject her to disciplinary action with the department of corrections, were not criminal," said the attorney of a corrections officer who is charged with assault after allegedly watching an inmate be beaten.
President Biden's fourth round of nominations for federal and district courts was announced on Tuesday. Biden has nominated federal judges at record speeds, surpassing Trump's number of nominations in the same amount of time.
Police said that the situation is currently under investigation, and no one has been arrested in connection with the shooting. The motive, as well as who fired the shots, is unknown, police said.
Victor Lee Tucker Jr., 30, left the Big Bear Supermarket in Decatur, immediately returned, then pulled out a gun and shot Laquitta Willis, 41, a cashier, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said. Willis, who was shot in the head, was pronounced dead.
Jaimeson Daniel Cody died on April 28 following a routine cell check at the Sangamon County Jail. The county coroner has ruled the death a homicide.
Evacuations are being ordered in Arizona as wildfires continue to scorch the state.
"[Katie Ledecky] is not going to have it all her own way I guess...I can't control what she does, I can only control myself," the Australian swimmer said.
This latest incident adds to the increasing crime around the city that has become a major issue in the upcoming mayoral race.
"Pretty sick & tired of the constant vilification, intentional mischaracterization, and public targeting of @IlhanMN coming from our caucus," the congresswoman said in defense of Ilhan Omar on Twitter.
Three girls were pronounced dead at the scene of a hit-in-run in California, with one girl in critical condition. The California Highway Patrol is investigating.
"Mr. Nunez is considered extremely dangerous and should not be approached," police said of a wanted man in Sioux Falls, S.D. Nunez is wanted in connection with the murder of a 45-year-old man in Austin, Minn.
The retired principal and nun of a California Catholic elementary school allegedly stole money from school accounts to pay for personal expenses, including gambling trips.
A volunteer youth pastor in Florida has been arrested and charged for video voyeurism. A 14-year-old boy noticed the camera in a church bathroom.
Grant Stinchfield and Isabella Riley commentate on the Pride Month celebration clip broadcasted by Nickelodeon, citing "transgender indoctrination" on American children.
The $15 million lawsuit claims the woman was "inciting harassment and wide-spread hate" by posting the video to her social media account. The lawsuit also stated that the podcast and its host do not necessarily represent the "perspectives and opinions voiced by guests."
Nearly 1,000 people gathered to protest Enbridge Energy's Line 3 Pipeline. The gathering was attempted to be dispered by a low-flying helicopter caught on video.
Secoriea Turner was shot in the parking lot of a Wendy's restaurant in Atlanta last July while protests for the police killing of Rayshard Brooks were going on throughout the city.
In a new poll, Eric Adams gained a noticeable lead over Andre Yang. Other Democratic primary candidates also shifted throughout the poll in the race of New York City's mayor.
The Asheboro High School student wore the flag of Mexico on top of his graduation robe as he walked up the stage to receive his diploma holder. A video of the ceremony caused a backlash when the school allegedly denied the student his actual diploma for violating the dress code.
A Riverside, California man posted videos on his social media of himself kicking and slitting the throat of his young puppy in February. He pled guilty to the charge of animal crush which holds a maximum sentence of seven years in prison.