A polling place in Missouri had to be moved after a man drove his car into the building and "went on a rampage" for unknown reasons Tuesday.
Conservative preacher Rodney Howard-Browne insisted Jesus would have physically attacked former National Security Adviser John Bolton for his supposed betrayal of President Donald Trump.
A Florida man was arrested on Christmas day after allegedly using a hatchet to break down the door to a bathroom where a man he believed had stolen his "money jar" was hiding.
Father Francois Dermine of the Archdiocese of Ancona-Osimo in Italy has been an exorcist for over 25 years, and he claims that "society risks collapse" because of "aggressive Satanism" making its way into the culture.
"The proliferation of violence on TV, on radio, on video games is finally catching up to us," FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force Steve Rogers said, "and we have to do something about this."
The poll was conducted by conservative-leaning Rasmussen Reports, which regularly finds a higher approval rating for Trump than other major polls.
Junis Ho was attacked on Wednesday morning while campaigning for local elections to be held at the end of this month.
Police in a Detroit suburb are seeking felony charges against five individuals they believe are responsible for online threats made against a local Catholic High School by a figures wearing Guy Fawkes masks.
More than 1,250 people have been killed by police this year under the watch of the far-right president, who came to office promising a zero-tolerance approach to crime.
Researchers looked at the net cost of criminal activity that comes with a common health shock—in this case, seasonal allergies, which affects up to one in five Americans.
At least 750 children have been arrested by Hong Kong police since mass anti-government protests broke out in June.
Tsang Chi-kin, 18, is the first person to have been shot with live ammunition since the beginning of mass anti-government protests in June.
An 18-year-old protester was shot by a police officer during clashes on Tuesday—the first time an activist has been hit by live ammunition.
President Donald Trump received widespread scorn from critics over his praise of the National Day of the People's Republic of China amid the government's ongoing conflict with Hong Kong protesters.
This is the first time in four months of clashes that police have shot a protester with live ammunition, marking a concerning escalation.
Tens of thousands of Hong Kongers are on the streets once again, facing off with police who are on high alert for the national celebrations.
Despite the efforts of paramedics and other emergency workers, the boy died in hospital from gunshot wounds sustained during the shooting.
Hong Kong has experienced its 16th consecutive weekend of protests as activists seek to force the Beijing-backed government to offer further democratic concessions.
The leaderless crowds direct each other via encrypted messaging apps, creating a fluid, adaptable and stubborn mass street protests movement.
The rewards range from $25,500 to $127,500 and relate to a variety of violent acts of vandalism over recent months.
The woman stood between clashing police and activists during violent protests on Saturday in the northwest of the territory.
Both P&O Cruises and local police dismissed earlier suggestions that the fight broke out after a passenger dressed as a clown gatecrashed a formal reception.
What began as a movement against a new extradition law has spiraled into a larger conflict between Hong Kong residents and the Communist Party regime in Beijing.
Researchers say skull found in a Transylvania cave is clear evidence of interpersonal violence among ancient Europeans.
Around 20 Trump supporters were sequestered in a bar near Trafalgar Square by police as confrontations broke out between marchers.
While not uncommon, the request comes at a moment of high tension in Washington as Democrats grow increasingly frustrated by what they view as the Trump administration's obstruction of their oversight responsibilities.
"When are we going to wake up and start calling Trump what he is: a reckless fomenter and inciter of murder? Remember Charlottesville?"
"The alleged actions by these individuals went against everything in the oath they took to serve and protect," a local FBI special agent said.
"There is real data and information currently, right now on the rise of white supremacy right here in this United States of America," Representative Rashida Tlaib pointed out.
The woman is in a stable condition in hospital.