Palantir, tech billionaire Peter Thiel's mysterious data analysis company, completed its first day as a publicly-traded company on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday.
The 95-page lawsuit names 23 defendants and alleges a 20-year campaign to undermine police chiefs and mayoral candidates who sought departmental change.
"You actually wonder why you don't have a lot of Republicans that want to come on your show," Cruz responded.
Last night's raucous presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden did little to change the minds of voters in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, a county that the president won in 2016 after it went twice for Barack Obama.
Pastor Franklin Graham, who delivered a prayer at last month's Republican National Convention, responded to the presidential debate on social media Wednesday morning.
Kittens were among the many animals taken away from the property by the Lake Humane Society.
An surge of new paid political ads on Facebook attacking Trump's opponent sparked to life on Wednesday after the president clashed with the Democratic candidate during a debate in Ohio.
Child was playing on his bike when two white boys allegedly taunted him and stamped on his arm.
Netflix released major films in September like "The Devil All the Time" to "The Social Dilemma," but it was the story of a band of tiny blue people that dominated the top 10 movies chart this month.
The Democratic presidential candidate took to social media to criticize the Republican incumbent, with the pair having clashed in the first election debate.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey, accused of felony unlawful use of a weapon, set to embark on three-stop "Team Trump Bus Tour."
The Ohio Republican Party has pulled a campaign advertisement which accused an incumbent Democratic state representative of owing a 1999 debt actually belonging to another man with his same name.
While the debates as we know them began in 1960, they may not have begun at all if it wasn't for a college student in 1956.
A disagreement over milk preference turned violent, with one man receiving minor wounds.
The cathedral was one of two Catholic churches in San Diego vandalized with swastika symbols over the weekend.
Medics had battled to save the man, who is believed to have been 30 years old, following the fall at the New Jersey hotel.
"No company that considered itself a force for good in democracy... would allow this dangerous claptrap to be spread," a letter to Mark Zuckerberg said.
The rise in patients at Bellin Hospital in Green Bay has been exacerbated by staff shortages, with over 100 employees in quarantine following COVID-19 exposure.
Richard Barry told police he regretted throwing signs attacking presidential hopeful on Florida yard.
As the Republican and Democrat prepare to spar in the more traditional setting of a debate, they have already engaged each other on social media.
Wellfleet Lifeguards said the spine had probably been buried under the sand "for quite some time" before it was exposed by Hurricane Teddy.
Jeannie Wilson, of Taylorsville in Alexander County, shared a video of the slithering reptile to Facebook this week, asking her frends and family if it should be set back into the wild.
An image of the order with the printed message has been shared thousands of times on Facebook.
Although coyotes are usually wary of humans, one coyote has reportedly injured three Marines and one sailor along a popular jogging path.
A letter circulating online is falsely attributed to Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves and wrongly claims that the statewide face mask requirement has been "abolished," officials warn.
"Google is still in the mood that Microsoft once was, they think [they are] above the law," lawyer Thomas Höppner tells Newsweek.
The experts told Newsweek what campaigns should be doing when expecting an extended ballot count.
Expect more information on the Crown Tundra DLC.
Cortez Lamont Edwards, of Louisville, brandished a gun in the video and requested money to shoot police officers, according to the criminal complaint.