A Virginia teachers' union had a meltdown after a Republican state legislator dropped off hundreds of donuts for educators in her district.
Remember when comparing a politician's wife to Lady MacBeth was sexist?
NEW YORK (Reuters)—Writer E. Jean Carroll sought on Monday to amend the first of her two defamation lawsuits against Donald Trump to demand at least $10 million in additional damages, citing comments he made on CNN after a jury found him liable for sexually abusing her.
The president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People called data undermining his position that Florida is unsafe for black people "propaganda language."
America’s missile defense systems are in dire need of operational upgrades as "threats from foreign adversaries" grow more dire, a government watchdog found.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People last week cautioned black Americans to stay out of Florida, claiming that the state’s "openly hostile" policies put them at risk. But a Washington Free Beacon review found that minorities are far more likely to be the victims of hate crimes in liberal states like California.
WASHINGTON (Reuters)—TikTok Inc on Monday filed a lawsuit challenging the state of Montana's new ban on use of the Chinese-owned short-video app.
Hunter Biden’s former mistress is asking a court to jail him for "criminal contempt" in their custody dispute, saying he has flouted the judge’s order to turn over financial information.
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C.—South Carolina senator Tim Scott kicked off his presidential campaign inside a packed gym at his alma mater Monday, painting himself as a traditional conservative with hope for the future and a clear alternative for Republican voters eager to move past former president Donald Trump.
President Joe Biden attended the G7 Summit in Japan, where he nearly tripped walking down some stairs and was ruthlessly mocked by a bunch of Japanese youths on a popular live-streaming site for anime nerds.
White House adviser Susan Rice met Friday with race activist Benjamin Crump, days after he stoked an online mob against a pregnant, white, New York City nurse who was falsely accused of stealing a bike from black teenagers.
America's increased reliance on green energy in favor of coal and gas has a majority of the United States facing an "elevated risk" of summer power blackouts, according to a leading grid reliability watchdog.