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Police don’t know what to do with Home Depot shopper who fired multiple shots at suspected shoplifters.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s surprise exit from the race for Speaker of the House on Thursday has thrown the House GOP into chaos.
From his likely bogus Rihanna hook-up claims to his recent attack on Knicks coach Derek Fisher over dating his ex-wife, Barnes is pro basketball’s biggest loose cannon.
Teachers unions managed to kill an event that would allow an open dialogue between teachers and the candidates for the Democratic nomination.
Belarusian dissident and former political prisoner Andrei Sannikov celebrates his friend Svetlana Alexievich, the latest recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Campus ‘rape prevention’ tips are directed at women over 80 percent of the time, according to a new comprehensive report.
Rupert Murdoch’s tweet reflects a view that is surely more widely held by conservative whites: Carson is the kind of black man they like.
One was fired the day he came out at a Rome press conference, another when he blamed kids for sex abuse in a TV interview. Why can’t Pope Francis move this fast on predatory priests?
“If you want to enjoy our culture and our lifestyle…you should also want to know what affects us, what is bothering us, what we feel is unfair to us.”
Battling a socialist for the base, Clinton just announced she’s no longer for a trade deal she touted as one of her big achievements. It would be laughable if it weren’t so predictable.
In her latest memoir, the music legend takes the reader into her confidence while she tells of journeys and pilgrimages, some short, some lengthy, all magical.
Hall-of-Fame Cardinals pitcher and author of ‘Pitch by Pitch: My View of One Unforgettable Game’, recalls a postseason with only one playoff: the World Series.
Sebastian Schipper’s bank-robbing action movie was shot in a single take with no CGI—eat your heart out, Birdman—in just three attempts, with the clock ticking and money running out.
The Republican frontrunner thinks eminent domain is ‘wonderful,’ and it’s no wonder—he’s tried to take plenty of people’s private property over the years.
People living in Chiraq’s worst neighborhoods are more likely to be killed than citizens of the world’s leading countries for murder.
Experts say the self-bragging pictures of shiny, perfect lives on social media encourage other users to feel negative about their own lives and bodies.
Conservatives are so serious about blocking Kevin McCarthy’s bid for House speaker that they called in Paul Broun, a perennial subject of ethics investigations, for backup.
Putin’s air campaign in Syria is not only supporting Assad, it’s giving cover to fighters from the so-called Islamic State.
An Illinois state senator explains why Charleston’s AME Church—and their extraordinary act of forgiveness after nine parishioners were killed in a race-fueled massacre—deserves the Nobel Peace Prize.
Why did the tough guy Republican frontrunner ditch a meeting with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce?