Goya CEO Robert Unanue falsely claimed at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando that Trump is the 'real' and 'legitimate' president.
The Odal or Othala Rune, a symbol emblazoned on the uniforms of a division of Nazi soldiers, has been classified by the Anti-Defamation League as a hate symbol adopted by modern day white supremacists.
A Sacramento judge delayed a traffic hearing after the defendant continued to perform surgery during the live-streamed meeting.
Tulane University Police officer Martinus Mitchum, 38, was fatally shot by a man who refused to put on a mask to enter a high school basketball game, New Orleans police said.
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley has apologized after at least 14 people were wrongly denied vaccines over their immigration status.
After Elizabeth MacDonough dashed the majority party’s hopes for a $15 minimum wage, some Democrats called for the Senate’s referee to be fired.
The Senate minority leader said in a Fox News interview that he would support the former president, despite slamming him for his incitement of the Capitol riot.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday urged gym users to wear masks during intense workouts — even when socially distanced — and asked gyms to improve ventilation and push for outdoor activities when possible.
Joyce Flores says she tried to convince the Virginia Department of Corrections officers for hours that the article inside her vagina was a tampon and not contraband.
After Rep. Marie Newman (D-Ill.), who has a transgender daughter, hung a transgender rights flag outside her office, her neighbor, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ga.), retaliated with a transphobic sign.
Richard Michetti called his former partner a "moron" in a text message during the insurrection, federal agents said, and she quickly turned him in.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi L. Noem (R) called for Jason Ravnsborg’s resignation as a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced articles of impeachment.
In one of the three murders he is accused of, Lawrence Anderson told state investigators he “cooked the heart with potatoes to feed to his family to release the demons."
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) made false claims minimizing the damage done by a pro-Trump mob during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
“This is at least the first proven case of transmission of covid-19 via organ transplantation in the United States,” the director of Michigan Medicine’s transplant infectious-disease service said.
The eight-second segment on "Saturday Night Live," which was met with stifled laughter from viewers inside Studio 8H, has led to Jewish organizations accusing Michael Che of leaning into “an anti-Semitic trope,” and some have demanded that the comedian to apologize.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is the latest GOP leader facing blowback for leaving the state during the devastating winter storm.
A homemade gender-reveal device accidentally exploded, killing a New York father-to-be and injuring his brother.
The lawsuit alleges that sixth-grader Cristian Pavon would not have died had both companies alerted residents that the outages would last for several days during the dangerous cold snap.
Suzanne Kaye, who calls herself the “Angry Patriot Hippie" on social media, allegedly threatened to shoot FBI agents in a TikTok video.