On Thursday, the European Union criticized President Donald Trump for his recent travel ban between Europe and the U.S., stating that the decision "requires cooperation rather than unilateral action."
As of Thursday, March 12, a number of U.S. states have continued to take precaution amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, with many banning large gatherings of people, in an effort to slow the spread.
"It really surprises me that no one in the community said, 'You better check that lady out,'" Sheriff Eric Knox of Benton County, Missouri, told the Associated Press.
The boy told the officer he "took his brother's car and drove to Charleston to live with an unknown male he met on Snapchat."
In the video posted to Twitter, the vehicle can be seen ramming into a kiosk, passing a Forever 21 store and then striking another store.
Friday night's LGBTQ presidential forum is the first one of its kind since 2007. Every frontrunner except Bernie Sanders will be in attendance.
"All Lives Matter" started as a response to the Black Lives Matter movement. It is frequently used by people critical of the Black Lives Matter movement.
"We need to start holding you Democrats accountable," Barkley said in a new interview.
Grae Hosmanek alleges the protestor yelled "gas the Jews" as he held a Nazi sign with a swastika on it.
The incident apparently unfolded near Dunkirk during a traffic stop on May 7, but the driver posted his recording of the stop Wednesday.
A man in a green shirt laughed uncontrollably at two Trump supporters and the internet can't get enough.
"If you were to assemble a list, a hierarchy of concerns of problems this country faces, where would white supremacy be on the list?"
Can Naruto runners discover the truth about Area 51? They hope to "seem them aliens," and discover information long rumored to be kept secret by the federal government.
"Some people that weren't strapped in, you saw them rise in the air and hit their heads on the roofs and everything, so it was quite intense," one passenger said.
The FBI and the Massachusetts bomb squad responded to the glitter threat. They determined the letters to be a legal use of the postal service and declared there's no threat to the public.
Educational excellence cannot be measured by the size of the wallets supporting it.
A police official identified the gunman as Kevin Downing, a man in his late 60s from Fort Lee, New Jersey, according to media reports.