New York Republican Rep. Peter King on Thursday called the recent report of President Donald Trump's administration withholding funds from the FDNY's 9/11 health program "disgraceful."
A 14-year-old boy recently learned how to drive in an effort to help his family escape California's Creek Fire.
A University of Wisconsin-Madison doctoral student recently issued an apology and stopped teaching after being accused of claiming to be a person of color.
A majority of Oregon voters say they disapprove the ongoing protests in Portland, according to a new poll.
Missouri GOP Senator Josh Hawley defended the Kansas City Chiefs' fans that booed during a moment of racial unity Thursday on the NFL's opening night game against the Houston Texans.
At least 35,000 structures are currently at risk and approximately 600 have already burned, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as the Almeda Glendower Fire continues to grow in Jackson County, Oregon.
President Donald Trump currently holds a 10-point lead over Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden among military households, according to a new poll.
Smoke from the ongoing wildfires across the West Coast has traveled across the country and was recently spotted at high altitudes over Ohio.
62 Percent of Americans Worried That Politics Will Pressure Rush Approval of COVID Vaccine, Poll Says
Across different political party affiliations, the poll found 85 percent of Democrats said they were worried politics would influence the development of a vaccine, compared to 35 percent of Republicans and 61 percent of independents.
Some reports have stated that a seventh victim died in a fire in Marion County, Oregon, but the county sheriff's office only confirmed the death of a 12-year-old boy.
In a column for Duke's student-run media organization, a senior suggested that bars and parties aren't necessary to beat the "pandemic blues," and that having a few drinks and walking around could help capture some of that college excitement.
"Four more years! Four more years! Four more years!" the crowd can be heard yelling towards Biden and his escort. Several supporters can also be seen holding up Trump campaign signs as well as American flags.
"It is clear that San Antonio is becoming a sundown town for Black people. We aren't safe and what happened in Kenosha [Wisconsin] can definitely happen here," a community organizer said.
According to the analysis, in Chicago, Black drivers were four times as likely to be stopped when compared to white drivers, while in Philadelphia, Los Angeles and San Francisco, Black drivers were about three times more likely to be stopped by police.
The ad attacks the South Carolina senator for his relationship with President Donald Trump, using gruesome images.
The report also shows that children made up between zero and .3 percent of COVID-19 deaths, while zero to .2 percent of all children's cases resulted in death.
According to the poll, among all registered voters, Trump holds a one-point lead, as 48 percent said they'd vote for him, compared to 47 percent that sided with the former vice president.
In a press release sent to Newsweek via email, the Whitman County Sheriff's Office wrote that "Within hours, many of the homes in Malden and the nearby town of Pine City were on fire or completely destroyed."
It's currently moving over the Cabo Verde Islands and "is forecast to become a hurricane in a couple of days," according to the National Hurricane Center.
The low temperatures in the 30s come not long after the state experienced extremely high temperatures throughout August.
The video also slams Trump supporters who have hailed the accused shooter as a hero for defending Kenosha businesses from looting.
The decision from the Pentagon to close the paper down comes shortly after a "Military Times" poll that showed Trump's popularity with the troops has declined.
Over the past few days, the National Weather Service in Los Angeles issued warnings to residents of extremely high temperatures during the upcoming weekend.
The manufacturer is notifying customers by phone and email, as well as arranging for refunds and destruction of the product.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, named seven Midwest states that he believes should be on high alert for the novel coronavirus over Labor Day weekend.
A white Jewish professor of African American history outed herself in a Medium article for assuming various Black identities since she was a child.
The district was prompted to announce the ban after a high school football player carried the flag onto the field prior to a game last Friday.
According to the statement issued by Karen Brinson Bell, executive director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, voting twice in the election is a class 1 felony, "with intent to commit a fraud to register or vote at more than one precinct or more than one time...in the same primary or election."
According to a press release from the Miami-Dade School Police, the student admitted to "orchestrating eight Disruptive Denial-of-Service cyber attacks, designed to overwhelm the district networks."
RealClearPolitics has continued to average several nationally conducted polls to show the margin between the two candidates.