The threats contained a pair of laudatory comments about President Donald Trump, invoking him in furtherance of the genocidal language.
"I love how these people who work for a rapist have no compunction about making accusations of abuse by someone who criticizes the rapist," Conway tweeted.
Three more states have come together to attempt to block an effort from the Trump administration to limit pathways to citizenship for certain legal immigrants, breathing life back into the #PublicCharge trend on social media on Tuesday.
Everybody's picking sides in a tumultuous season dubbed, "The Final Betrayal."
Quintez Cephus officially rejoined the football program on Monday, but can't play in a game until eligibility issues are worked through.
NRA board member Richard Childress, a former NASCAR driver and the owner of a self-titled car racing enterprise, submitted his resignation to the board on Monday, according to a copy of the letter obtained by Newsweek.
Dayna Jennings has been sentenced to life without parole for murdering her father with animal tranquilizer.
All of his holdings were in a trust called The 1953 Trust—the number being his birth year. The total amount listed in the will does not account for Epstein's art collection, which is still to be appraised.
One woman claims Scientology members pretended to be her online and solicited sex from strangers. Another says her dog died suddenly of mysterious causes.
Paxton Singer, a former youth pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel in Aurora, asked the teen for naked photos, inquired about his sexual habits and requested the two spend the weekend together.
This isn't the first time the president has mentioned rebranding the anti-fascist left-wing movement as a terrorist group.
Their joint effort to ban U.S. congresswomen from visiting the West Bank aligns the U.S. and Israel with the global authoritarian right.
The chief NRA lobbyist for Florida said, "How do you tell a 10-year-old little girl who got a Ruger 10/22 with a pink stock for her birthday that her rifle is an assault weapon?"
The campaign against undocumented laborers escalated to its most severe crackdown in over a decade when federal agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided five poultry processing facilities in Mississippi last week.
On Thursday, the Washington Post reported that Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy showed that his hyoid bone was broken.
An attorney at one of the firms representing families told the AP that this was just "the tip of the iceberg."
A Times reporter claims Epstein told him "criminalizing sex with teenage girls was a cultural aberration and that at times in history it was perfectly acceptable."
The reality TV dad claimed Lindsie Chrisley hooked up with both Robby Hayes and Josh Murray.
"Every time you turn the wheel, or you turn the key on a car, you are strapping on a deadly weapon," Sean Teare, from the Harris County District Attorney's Office, said.
The ruling comes after the Trump administration sought to argue that items like soap, toothpaste and toothbrushes may not fall under requirements for "safe and sanitary" conditions for detained migrant children.
"The target is deceived into thinking that what he is about to do is wanted," said one attorney. "This raises serious doubts about whether the government can prove criminal intent."
The "Growing Up Chrisley" star's daughter Savannah Chrisley also shared a bible verse in support of her father.
Our value is not conditional on the size of our bank accounts.
Michael Gargiulo, dubbed the "Hollywood Ripper," is charged with murdering three women and attempting to murder a fourth.
"That moment was just such a startling thing to see in the middle of something so chaotic," said CBS 3 reporter Alexandria Hoff.
An upcoming mock trial will pit Alan Dershowitz against former Governor Chris Christie in a case judging Joseph's brothers, who were jealous of his coat of many colors and sold him into slavery.
Critics claim Jehovah's Witnesses leaders have turned a blind eye to "massive and horrendous abuse" for years.
The findings were slammed by Amazon, with the technology giant accusing the ACLU of "knowingly misusing and misrepresenting" Rekognition to make headlines.
Spencer Kuvin, a lawyer who represented three of Epstein's victims, told the BBC that it was not in the billionaire's nature to commit suicide.