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Constituents of South Carolina’s fifth head to the polls this week.
Darwin Martinez Torres is locked up for the violent attack on the girl whose death raised fears of a hate crime. ICE said he entered the U.S. illegally.
Behind a secret wall, police found what they believe to be the biggest collection of Nazi artifacts in the country’s history.
Thousands descended on Ukraine’s capital Sunday to stand up for rights and equality amid counterprotests by ultranationalists and a legacy of violence.
Stakes are high for both Democrats and Republicans in the most expensive House race in American history.
Anti-Muslim bigots and Islamists are often viewed as two opposing groups, when in fact they are but two sides of the same coin.
Billie Lourd, the actress’s only child, has said what the coroners cannot: that her mom died of drug addiction. Her bold act of ownership is exactly what Carrie would have wanted.
The president’s first son follows both Seth Rogen and Stephen Colbert on Twitter so they decided to DM him their thoughts.
From immunizing motorists who strike protesters to criminalizing heckling, 20 states have passed a variety of laws to muzzle dissent since Donald Trump was elected president.
Gary Rehm, 37, called the sailors on the USS Fitzgerald his ‘kids.’ And when his kids were trapped after the collision with a container ship, he sacrificed himself to save them.
No politician has had a more malignant influence on the United States over the last 30 years.
A far-right Canadian troll buys ‘FreeLaura.com.’ Hours later, Laura storms the stage of ‘Julius Caesar.’ And he's got more stunts up his sleeve.
The James Beard Award-winning chef recently spent 18 months in Phoenix working on a new restaurant and discovered these delicious cocktails in the desert metropolis.
In agreeing to hear the Wisconsin gerrymandering case, we can only hope the high court—um, that is to say, Anthony Kennedy—has decided it’s time to end or curtail this practice.
Once again, the government is teetering on the brink of catastrophe over the issue of abortion.
One day after the shooting at a practice, members of Congress will step up to the plate for their annual game.
Jurors told a judge they are deadlocked on the actor’s innocence or guilt even after asking several rounds of questions. He may go free.
Abe government makes even pondering crimes cause for arrest, with a U.N.-condemned ‘anti-terrorism’ law that hits mushroom-hunters and music teachers, but not actual terrorists.
The box office failure of ‘The Mummy’ should be an invitation for Tom Cruise to get back to why America fell in love with him in the first place.
Following lurid allegations of drunken in-pool sex, two contestants on the ABC reality show prepare for legal combat.