Nearly a week after announcing he had tested positive for a breakthrough coronavirus infection, Fox News host Neil Cavuto on Sunday pleaded with viewers to forget politics and get vaccinated.
The Republican congressman from Indiana promised not to “back down” to Twitter’s demands he delete his tweet.
“You can fill important needs for us, and we’ll compensate you as a result,” DeSantis said.
Actor and producer Alec Baldwin shot two people on a film set in New Mexico on Thursday when he discharged a prop firearm. One person died and another was injured.
Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer said that narrative — that train riders callously ignored a violent crime as it unfolded before their eyes — is “simply not true.”
After the 2020 election, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, a Republican, said he would pay rewards to tipsters who found voter fraud. The first reward went to a Democratic poll watcher.
Seattle police said one "prolific shoplifter" boosted more than $10,000 in merchandise over three months, much of it Star Wars LEGOs.
The video, which was reportedly recorded by a Native American student, has sparked outrage.
A sole container for water found with the family, an 85-ounce water bladder backpack, was empty.
With the help of the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas, seven students are suing their school district to do away with a boys-only ban on long hair.
The parents of Wongel Estifanos are suing the amusement park, alleging it failed to properly train its ride operators.
On “The View” on Wednesday, Condoleezza Rice said the insurrection “was wrong,” but she added it was time for lawmakers to focus on issues impacting the American people.
Before he died of covid-19, Kevin Mitchem told his parents that he regretted not getting a vaccine.
The Washington Medical Commission has suspended Scott C. Miller’s license after reviewing more than a dozen complaints alleging the pediatric health-care provider promoted ivermectin as a cure for covid-19 and prescribed the unproven treatment without adequate examination to at least one person.
The OnlyFans campaign comes after some of Vienna’s museums have run into problems posting artwork containing nudity to social media.
As San Francisco requires proof of vaccination to dine indoors, In-N-Out Burger is refusing to become the "vaccination police."
Veterans Affairs gave William Rich funds to buy a specially adapted car for his alleged leg paralysis. He used it to buy a BMW instead, feds say.
Conservative radio host Dennis Prager has been infected with the coronavirus after he tried to get it, he says.
A statue of Thomas Jefferson has been in New York City Hall for 106 years, but its days are numbered.
Witnesses said Darrell Neely boasted about stealing a Capitol Police officer's jacket, badge, name tag and baseball cap along with four china plates, feds say.