\"Fear the Walking Dead\" Season 5 episode 14 continues the battle with Ginny and features another death scare. These spoilers reveal which character may be next to go.
"And when prompted, my grandson must say he's a girl," says Randi Woodley, who is raising 4-year-old Michael, also know as "Tink."
"The NRA must prove beyond all shadows of doubt or accusations that we are squeaky clean," Nugent wrote.
At least one NRA director privately expressed concerns about the alleged extravagance of the Alaska trip.
"We believe there are individuals out there that know who the real killer or killers are and might be motivated to come forward because of this substantial reward offer."
"So, let's save time. Let's just get it done — now," the speaker of the House said.
The pain of the attack of the so-called "asp" caterpillar has been compared to a broken limb.
"The Committee does not believe that U.S. taxpayer funds should be used to personally enrich President Trump, his family, and his companies," a Democratic committee chairman wrote in a series of letters requesting information and documents.
Now that the storm has moved on from the islands, the recovery efforts are beginning in the Bahamas, but not without difficulty.
Images posted onto social media show alleged grafitti over Labor Day at Illinois' Starved Rock Park.
"We're still holding hope that someone may have swam to shore."
The storm hit the Bahamas on Sunday afternoon, bringing with it strong winds, heavy rain and massive storm surges which left homes and businesses underwater.
Hong Kong police are preparing to face a thirteenth consecutive weekend of protests over China's influence over the former British colony.
The community "is standing together to reject this group and what they represent," said Max Reed of the Modesto Non-Violent Collective.
Montréal offers a feast for the senses. Find out where to spend you time in Canada's cultural capital.
The tenor of U.S. trade negotiations with China has fluctuated, with prior positive overtures failing to lead to any compromise.
Author Nicholas Jubber explores the locations of the epic stories of Europe.
The storm has increased wind strength, and it appears to be on a path to become a hurricane this week as it nears Puerto Rico.
The Democratic National Committee voted Saturday to reject single-issue presidential candidate debates over topics including climate change.
French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed Trump to Biarritz on Saturday for a tête-à-tête lunch before the full contingent of international leaders kicked off the working weekend.
The shortage of personnel and military hardware was created in February when Democratic governors pulled their National Guard troops from the border as a rebuke to President Trump.
A couple from New Zealand have spoken of the fear they felt after evacuating a Russian vessel sailing from St. Petersburg.
The Federation of American Scientists has released the U.S. Army's 52-card playing deck featuring two jokers all detailing Iran's weapons arsenal.
The mayor was trying to extol the virtues of organized labor, though the defective connection overshadowed his appearance.
A suit filed under New York's Child Victims Act claims Howard Hubbard used his position as a priest "to groom and to sexually abuse" a 16-year-old in the mid-1990s.
During the announcement, DWTS host Tom Bergeron joked that Spicer would be in charge of assessing audience size.
Another mysterious blast has hit Iraq as speculation mounts as to Israel's potential role in what may be an expansion of its campaign against alleged Iran-associated sites in neighboring Syria.