Former Vice President Joe Biden won’t stop all this tough-talking stuff, and he’s literally becoming the walking meme of himself.
The online community and beyond is rallying behind the family of Stephon “Zoe” Clark, the black man who was gunned down by Sacramento, Calif., police in his own backyard.
The suspect may be a thief, but a kidnapper he refuses to be.
Early Wednesday morning, Boko Haram militants returned to the town of Dapchi, Nigeria, to release dozens of schoolgirls they abducted in February back to their families.
Because the White House staff has to talk to the president of the United States like he’s a third-grader, national security advisers put the words “DO NOT CONGRATULATE” in all caps so that the old fool would be sure not to celebrate the sham election win by Russian dictator Vladimir Putin during a call Tuesday.
A 13-year-old Georgia boy is facing charges of making terroristic threats after authorities said he left menacing, racist messages on the voicemail of the Cobb County NAACP.
A Republican Holocaust denier shunned by his own party will be the GOP nominee for a congressional seat representing a heavily Democratic Chicago suburb. Arthur Jones, a former member of the American Nazi Party, managed to secure the nomination by running unopposed in Tuesday’s primary.
A man police say was the suspect in a series of deadly bombings in Austin, Texas, this month killed himself by setting off an explosion in his car, even as officers moved in on the vehicle to make an arrest, officials say.
A Minneapolis police officer turned himself in to authorities Tuesday after being charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting death of an Australian native who was living in the city.
Police in Sacramento, Calif., shot and killed an unarmed black man in his own backyard Sunday night after mistaking his cellphone for a weapon.
A writer for Forbes magazine wrote an article Tuesday in which he described Black Panther as “Hollywood’s worst nightmare” and lamented how the film’s success was ruining it for other movies due to come out. He learned the hard way that what you not gon’ do is be careless with your words while speaking on the success…
There is a $1.3 trillion spending bill being worked on in Congress right now. Democrats wanted to add language to the bill that would protect special counsel Robert Mueller and keep him from being fired by the president. Although a good many of them said that they believe Mueller should be allowed to finish the job he…
The Los Angeles Police Department is one step closer to being more transparent with the citizens it is tasked to protect and serve. After years of refusing to do so, the department will adopt a policy that requires the release of bodycam and dashcam footage to the public.
Zachary Cruz was arrested and held on $500,000 bond after authorities say he trespassed at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where his older brother Nikolas Cruz is accused of killing 17 people on Valentine’s Day.
Last week, Twitter jumped on the case of an unidentified black woman who appeared, partially obscured, in a 1971 photo taken at the International Conference on the Biology of Whales. She was the only woman in attendance in a sea of mostly white men, prompting the person who found the photo—Candace Jean Anderson, an…
Who wouldn’t want to go see the real first lady Michelle Obama, even if that meant “settling” for an amazing, intricate portrait rather than the real deal?
Updated Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 3:07 p.m. EDT: Apparently there is no second device after all.
Donald Trump loves Vladimir Putin. He openly wants to be him. He secretly wishes that he could be the president of a mob country that hosts sham elections like Putin. Like a teenage boy who’s been forbidden from hanging with the troubled boy down the street, Trump has sneaked out of the house to smoke cigarettes with…
Updated Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 2:09 p.m. EDT: The gunman involved in the shooting that left two Maryland high schoolers injured early Tuesday morning has been identified as 17-year-old Austin Wyatt Rollins.
First it was reported that Ben Carson, secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and his wife, Candy, were out here balling without a budget, buying some $31,000 of dining room furniture that included a breakfront china cabinet—because nothing says old bougie blackness like a breakfront china…