Trump, who campaigned twice on "law and order," urged his most fanatical supporters to hold "wild" protests on January 6 during what legal experts say is the final procedural step before Biden takes the White House.
Celebrities like Reese Witherspoon and Priyanka Chopra have taken part in the Elf on the Shelf-inspired challenge.
"But here's the deal: if somebody gets sick from what you did, you handle it. Don't call an ambulance and expose an ambulance driver. Don't go to the hospital," Cuomo said Monday.
McDaniel was forced to defend the U.S. election system despite Trump's unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud.
Set to the song "Train Wreck" by English pop singer James Arthur, users are uploading an image of their personalized results from the online platform "15minutes4me."
"Instagram has a become a place very quickly over the past 10 years, where pop culture happens, and where new trends emerge. I think it's changed the way we all relate to the things we're most interested in," Porch told Newsweek.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff challenged hometown Lakers star LeBron James to double the $100,000 reward being offered by the department for information leading to the arrest of a suspect in the shooting of two deputies in Compton Saturday.
A 15-year-old girl in Oklahoma overdosed from excessive amounts of the allergy medicine.
Republican Senators Mitt Romney and Susan Collins offered two of the most direct challenges to the Trump administration and federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic during a virtual hearing Tuesday.
In a challenge to the president's most ardent supporters in Congress, several House members introduced a single-sentence resolution reaffirming that Trump, or any U.S. president, does not have total authority.
Cody Lee Pfister, 26, of Warrenton, was charged with making a terrorist threat in the second degree. It comes after a so-called "coronavirus challenge" featured people licking toilet seats.
The rapper challenged fans to try to rap along to his fastest track with the winner receiving a signed lithograph, a pair of Beats, and a shoutout from the rapper.
Now everyone is fascinated by standing brooms upright.
People are uploading videos of broomsticks standing upright.
Dolly Parton's goddaughter, Miley Cyrus, has lauded her as a "legend with a flip phone" and a "meme queen."
The president has publicly antagonized America's European Union allies, even describing the bloc as a "foe."
The View's Meghan McCain challenged her liberal leaning co-hosts and House Democrats to finally impeach President Donald Trump because she's sick of hearing "everybody bitch" and complain.
Tens of thousands of protesters descended on the U.S. consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday, calling on the Trump administration to lend more support.
The hashtag even led some Twitter users to put their politics aside and tweet, "Kids are gonna save us."
"Lawmakers need to listen to all of those grass-roots activists out in the streets yesterday, because they will most certainly be voting come November," said Toni Van Pelt, president of the National Organization for Women.
A Republican called for President Donald Trump's impeachment. Now he faces a primary challenger.
Fans are likely going to get a good teaching on the power of our heavenly mother Beyoncé on "RuPaul's Drag Race" this week.
You can still party with the K-Pop queen despite her early dismissal from the VH1 reality show.
"He's trying to get their votes. He isn't telling them the truth."
Former White House chief strategist reacts to incoming Senator Mitt Romney's recent op-ed criticizing the president.
About seven in 10 American voters—and four in 10 Republicans—want Trump to face a primary challenge, a new poll has shown.