In 2016, an anonymous woman filed several lawsuits against Trump alleging she was raped aged 13. Then she disappeared.
"I do not think you need an amendment to the Constitution. I think the question is do you need congressional action or can the executive act on their own," Ken Cuccinelli said during a breakfast event hosted by Christian Science Monitor.
While the federal government appears to be heading in the opposite direction, the experts we spoke to remain cautiously optimistic that the country can change things around.
Muslim students across California are feeling less comfortable openly stating their religion in school—despite a seemingly lower number of incidents of Islamophobic bullying, according to a new study.
The report says that the labor board, which is supposed to protect the interests of workers, has "elevated corporate interests above those of working men and women and have routinely betrayed the statute they are responsible for administering and enforcing."
Russian network, RT described the base as "untouched." National Security expert and Pod Save the World host Ben Rhodes was critical of the way the base was left in a tweet.
"The grand jury could indict them," former Manhattan assistant district attorney Steven Cash told Newsweek, referring to Trump and his family.
The organization also found that Americans' approval of Congress has risen 7 percentage points from last month, climbing 25 percent from 18 percent.
South Korean officials are taking a stronger stance to tackle the growing threat of "cyber terrorism" against K-pop culture celebrities, claiming "nothing will be forgiven, and strong action will be taken."
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 bill would allow the U.S. to sanction Chinese and Hong Kong officials believed to be undermining the territory's autonomy.
A profile on Wanda Rutkiewicz, the third woman to reach Everest's summit and one of the most accomplished mountaineers in history.
Cosplayers filled Javits Center to the rafters for a jam-packed NYCC 2019.
A look into the wedding party of Hailey and Justin Bieber as their famous friends like Kendall Jenner share pictures from the celebration.
Tim Voors walked the entire length of America in a 2,650 mile hike from Mexico to Canada - here's why.
American troops hastily retreated from positions in northeastern Syria this week as Turkey pushed its operation against Kurdish-led militias there.
Some of the family of seven's belongings were ruined, including a bed saved for their one-year-old.
Multiple flyers promoting neo-Nazi imagery and rhetoric were found outside a predominantly black church Monday.
A provocative ad for the U.K. clothing brand Boohoo has voluntarily banned one of its email ads for skintone-shaded clothing, which included the phrase 'send nudes'.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) introduced the The Universal School Meals Act Tuesday, which would mandate free meals for all U.S. school children, regardless of family income.
"Some of the stuff I'm familiar with," he said of the ingredients in mac and cheese. "Other stuff sounds like it could be used to make a nuclear weapon."
An upcoming U.K. reality television show is asking families to adopt animals typically raised for meat as pets for a period of three weeks, before being faced with the choice of either becoming vegetarian or having the animal slaughtered and then cooked and eaten.
The Mega Millions jackpot for 10/15/19 is $65 million, with an estimated cash-value option of $44.7 million. Here are the winning numbers.
Julia Acosta-Grommon allegedly berated a bartender, stating that black people were "unappreciative dogs" and she hoped that he would get a visit from the KKK.