Co-hosted by GLAAD and The Advocate, multiple presidential candidates appeared, though Bernie Sanders was a notable no-show.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes mocked Fox News' Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham saying, "you can tell they're still good TV friends because they keep smiling as they say awful stuff to each other."
"The Americans need hotbeds of tension in Syria only to justify their illegal presence on the territory of a sovereign state and to satisfy their geopolitical ambitions by any means," a senior Russian military official said.
Laura Ingraham jokingly told Sean Hannity: "you handle your hour, I'll handle my hour."
Sinema has sided with the president on more than 50 percent of votes held in the Senate.
Ahead of the UN Summit on climate change next week, teenage activist Greta Thunberg addressed Washington lawmakers — and told them their actions aren't good enough.
Russian President Vladimir Putin advised Saudi Arabia to make the same "wise state decision" as Iran and Turkey in buying his country's advanced missile defenses.
President Donald Trump argued that Iran lied about its June attack on a U.S. drone and may also be untruthful about a recent attack against Saudi oil sites.
Republicans are taking their fight against progressive Democrats to new levels—down to a WiFi password.
"When I found out that they got her, my baby, I mean, there are no words," the girl's mother, Katty Paul, said. "It was at that moment that I really lost everything."
"I offered to resign last night and President Trump said, 'Let's talk about it tomorrow,'" Bolton tweeted 12 minutes after Trump published a tweet implying the National Security Adviser was fired.
Demonstration demanding Trump be impeached for 'racist hate crimes' among a number of events taking place.
"Hong Kongers are fighting for freedom, fighting for democracy, fighting for human rights," a pro-democracy activist said. "These are values that the United States stands for."
The findings also reveal a relationship between media coverage of mass shootings and resulting legislative action.
"But I cannot possess missiles with nuclear warheads? I do not accept that," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.
The head of Iran's aerospace sector said that "the Russians and the Chinese have given us proposals" for fighter jets about a year before a U.N. arms embargo is set to expire.
Performers had already begun withdrawing from "From Chopin to Gershwin," sponsored by an organization with ties to Gazeta Polska, a Polish magazine claiming the LGBT rights movement has "all the features of a totalitarian ideology."
"Senator Harris was hearing from lots of voters real concerns, specifically about proactively abolishing private insurance, the four year transition, middle class tax hikes, and so she came up with her own plan to adjust for those that, frankly, is better than his."
Ashley Martson previously claimed Kayla might have been pregnant with Jay's child.
The historically controversial thrash metal band was to team with Rick Ware Racing as the primary sponsors of the #54 entry at Saturday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
State Rep. Brandon Reed, who sponsored the bill, blasted the district's decision, saying they were playing "political games" and using "silly loopholes" to deprive students from creating artwork containing the national motto.
More than 321,000 #knifefree chicken boxes have been sent to more than 210 outlets in England and Wales.
The research initiative came months after the school released a report on Baldwin Hall, where remains of slaves were discovered.
Inspectors who had visited Homestead wrote that the "unsanitary condition of the bathroom area and the deafening noise of the fan are clear health hazards."
"So happy, so grateful."
"We have a different approach to immigration," said Canada's Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen on the Trump administration's handling of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees.
The Trump administration has been accused of illicitly transferring nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia, which has threatened to build a nuclear bomb if Iran did.
\"I could get Jay out of the detention center tomorrow if I wanted to," she said.
"It's one thing to have a wonderful plan but if you can't figure out how to pay for it and if it's going to disrupt the entire country in terms of workforce, it's just not realistic."