If "Worst MLK Day Tweet" really were a competition, the Iowa congressman surely would not be the only one vying for the title.
The three-judge panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit found the lower used the incorrect standard of review, vacating the 2017 preliminary injunction that had blocked Texas from defunding Planned Parenthood, and remanding the case back to the district court for further review.
“This was a heavy-handed and unnecessary act by someone claiming to be committed to justice and uplifting Black people," Clarissa Brooks wrote Wednesday after being threatened with legal action.
The Louisville Courier-Journal and Gannett employees apologized to the family of Frances Irene Finley Williams on Tuesday, saying the decision to remove the sentence about Trump was a "mistake."
The self-described white nationalist accused of harassing Kiah Morris crashed the press conference Monday, causing the room to erupt in shouting.
The Nobel Prize-winning scientist said he still believes what he said in 2007, that “all our social policies are based on the fact that African intelligence is the same as ours — whereas all the testing says not really.”
There is no precedent for federal employees claiming to be victims of involuntary servitude under the president, one legal observer said.
Unearthed by Trevor Noah, the 2004 commencement speech also features Trump telling graduates, "Don’t live on the edge like I do. You don't need it."
Roxana Orellana Santos's arrest comes days before she was scheduled to demand monetary damages from deputies in Frederick County, Md.
Had he been driving in Oregon, he might have been hit with a $500 fine.