Students burned her book after the question and answer portion of the author's talk turned into a shouting match about white privilege.
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents is expected to vote on a free speech policy that would come with mandatory punishments for students found to have violated it.
The Trump administration has ordered at least 13,000 asylum seekers under 18 to wait in Mexico for their asylum cases to be processed, according to a Reuters analysis.
Only 40 percent of Republicans support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, but 65 percent don't think an employee should be fired for being gay.
The victims responded to ads for modeling jobs—with promises to receive $5,000—but were then allegedly forced to perform sexual acts on film.
Guinness World Records officials will determine whether Gatlinburg's efforts qualify the town to join such record-breaking locations as Chennai, India (world's largest display of crocheted sculptures), Binz, Germany (world's tallest sandcastle) and New York's Bronx Zoo (world's largest display of origami elephants).
The poll found that overall, 46 percent of U.S. adults are "very" or "somewhat" worried about becoming a victim of terrorism and 45 percent are similarly concerned about a mass shooting.
The Saddleridge Fire scorched about 4,600 acres of land by Friday, destroying a number of homes and buildings in its path.
The school teacher is currently on suspension and is being investigated by the school district after the incident was posted on Facebook and went viral.
Igor Fruman and Lev Parnas are charged with conspiring to violate bans on straw donor and foreign donor contributions to U.S. political campaigns.
Frank Figliuzzi, the former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, gave his assessment to the Mike Lupica podcast.
A look into the wedding party of Hailey and Justin Bieber as their famous friends like Kendall Jenner share pictures from the celebration.
As we near the 50th anniversary of the Tate-LaBianca murders, and 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' plays in theaters, interest in the Manson Family and their gruesome crimes has returned.
Stonewall is seen as the birth of the LGBT rights movement. But there were pickets, protests—even riots—in the years before June 28, 1969.
Frank Figliuzzi, a former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, said Trump's attacks on democracy should not be allowed to stand.
The story of a Sesame Street character's struggle with her mother's substance abuse is not age-appropriate, the Fox News contributor said.
Immigration lawyer Andrea Martinez says she was left with a fractured foot and lacerations after ICE agents allegedly shoved her outside one of the immigration agency's offices.
Two Giuliani associates who were helping him investigate Joe Biden were arrested while trying to flee the country and indicted on federal campaign finance charges.
Cheney said he hasn't seen the movie, but said his granddaughter's review was as a "good a judgment as any."
Bill Johnson makes yet another apology in the wake of the major planned outages acorss the state.
The suspect, who went by the name "Eva Maria," had convinced several people who lived near her that she had psychic powers.
The president's comments come amid widespread criticism and accusations he betrayed the Syrian Kurds.
"We made the decision to support our staff members who are LGBTQ," Lusher High School principal Steven Corbett said.
The fire started in Sylmar as a one acre scrub blaze but soon spread to more than 1,600 acres, fanned by humidity and winds.