"I know there is some risk to my style of humor, but who wants Army leaders who are risk averse?" Lieutenant General Theodore D. Martin, deputy commander of the Army Training and Doctrine and Command, told Newsweek.
Republican Senate candidate Lauren Witzke also dubbed her Democratic rival Chris Coons a "baby killer" on Sunday.
The Yoko Ono Imagine Peace Award will celebrate artists and activists who follow in the footsteps of one of the most influential artist-activists of the 20th century.
The flood of donations comes as Democratic lawmakers prepare to counter Republicans' push to quickly nominate Ruth Bader Ginsburg's successor to the Supreme Court.
The head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps said "everybody who had a role" in killing Qasem Soleimani will be targeted.
The president's comments came as news spread of some North Carolina voters who received two absentee ballots by mistake.
"When the girls are dancing or Amy posts an inappropriate picture to social media, they're not rewarded. The audience at the dance competition scoffs at the girls' routine. Amy is slut-shamed by both her classmates and her friends when she posts a picture that goes too far."
"Final Fantasy XVI" will be a PS5 exclusive at launch, but it sounds like those looking for a PC or Xbox version shouldn't give up hope.
"Fallout 76" Update 22 is here, kicking off a new season with some major feature additions. Read the full patch notes here.
"There's no such thing as BLUE LIVES. Stop comparing your JOB with my LIFE. Your CAREER is a choice, my BLACKNESS isn't," said Bishop Talbert Swan, president of a local NAACP chapter in Massachusetts.
Russia's regime increasingly looks like the de-institutionalized and repressive autocracies of post-Soviet Asia.
Media bias has arguably never been as pronounced as it has been this summer.
"We hope that this letter finds you in good health. We just wanted to touch base. Thank you for purchasing and proudly displaying the yard sign. Your support of our common cause is greatly needed and appreciated," the letter reads. "We Whites must stand together. We must keep Wauwatosa free from blacks and their lack of morels [sic].
Speaking to organizers in his hometown of Kenosha, Wisconsin, Ruffalo shared tactics he felt were helpful during the Standing Rock protests.
"What a journey this has been," Medley said of her time on the Bravo series in an Instagram post.
Many of the 671 decommissioned machines have been removed from post offices in swing states. Added to the existing crisis of delayed deliveries plaguing the federal agency, voters could see their ballots disqualified for missing their states' deadlines.
"National leadership, frankly, has been caught napping, and so there are other leaders, other organizations who have risen up and who are speaking out," Roland Martin told Newsweek.
President Donald Trump said he would not be "pursuing" the false claims.
Donald Trump proved his loyalty to the movement in 2016, and its leaders pushed him to victory. Now, Trump's powerful political machinery is mobilizing again.
There are significant questions surrounding Kamala Harris' constitutional eligibility for the second-highest office in the land.
"Looking back in history, unfortunately, Hitler was right about what was taking place in Germany. And who was behind it," Steve West said on a radio show in 2017.
"Fallout 76" Update 21 has arrived, and it's far less interesting than originally planned. Read the full patch notes here.
A large street mural reading "DEFUND THE WALL" is planned to be completed after city council members in Laredo, Texas unanimously approved of the plan.
The medal is the highest civilian award in the United States.
"Indian Matchmaking" on Netflix has its first feud, as stars Nadia Jagessar and Vinay Chadha has publicly disagreed over who ghosted who.
Local officials in Redwood City, California, reportedly cited "traffic and vehicle code violations" as cause for erasing the mural.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris refused to answer questions from the media Monday, using his time to instead demand that Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron charge police in the March 13 death of Breonna Taylor.
Local law enforcement officers instructed a Hardin County couple to wear ankle monitors to ensure they comply with self-isolation orders.
The Golden State Warriors star said successful and well-spoken Black people are still considered "anomalies" on a daily basis.