Trump has a history of calling for a “fast trial and death penalty” — even for innocent people.
Tahnee Gonzales and Elizabeth Dauenhauer of Arizona were on a mission to stop “Sharia law in America” and teach the kids how to be patriots.
The ad was for a "Would You Rahter!" game and showed pictures of Rihanna and Brown with the captions "Slap Rihanna" and "Punch Chris Brown."
Roof, who also posted a racially charged message on Snapchat, was charged with simple possession of marijuana and two counts of carrying weapons on school grounds.
Nancy Pelosi Looms as Impediment to Democrats’ Hopes in November Elections. Time for New Leadership?
Terrible approval numbers and poor reputation caused the Democratic upset winner in the Pennsylvania special election to conspicuously disrespect her.
Students from more than 3,000 schools and groups joined the walkouts, many with the backing of their school districts, according to the event's organizers.
After a brief period of optimism, Republicans are openly fretting about their party's image as Trump’s White House appears gripped by turmoil.
James Schwab said he resigned in lieu of fabricating the truth to defend Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Not so much, according to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Several locals on Monday called Trump "loco" for thinking that spending billions of dollars on barriers would stop people determined to escape poverty and violence in Mexico and Central America.
Nantucket Police Chief William Pittman called the racist terrorism “probably more mischievous than it is sinister.”
If she completes community service and stays out of trouble, the charges may be erased from Brianna Brochu’s record.
More racism for his base. He also said of Oprah, “I’d love to beat her.”
Racist in Chief blows another dog whistle at his Pennsylvania rally.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf made a televised statement telling residents she had heard from multiple sources of pending ICE action in the San Francisco Bay area.
Plaintiffs suing Microsoft claim the world's largest software company systematically denied pay raises or promotions to women.
In the early morning of Aug. 5 authorities were notified about an explosion at the mosque after a bomb was thrown from a van or truck through the window of the imam's office while worshipers were gathered for morning prayers.
The NRA argued that the bill signed into law by Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Friday is invalid under the Second and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.