Back in December, Representative Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) made headlines when he proudly declared to the masses, “Yes, I vape.” Then again, just yesterday, Hunter was back showing off sick clouds right in the middle of a congressional hearing. So is the man just wildly passionate about vaping? Maybe, sure. But it…
Two days after Joe Scarborough and Donald Trump maybe shot the shit for like five minutes inside Trump’s New Hampshire hotel room, CNN is reporting that staffers at Scarborough’s employer are getting just a wee bit uncomfortable about his apparent friendship with the human Pantone chart.
Creating enough affordable housing is one of the hardest political and economic challenges in the world. (If you think you know an easy answer, you’re wrong!) Here is a new piece of data that could “add to our understanding,” and make everyone mad.
Garland (Ark.) County Circuit Judge Wade Naramore was charged with misdemeanor negligent homicide yesterday, more than six months after leaving his 17-month-old son Thomas in the car on a hot afternoon in July.
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Administrators at the Success Academy—a network of high-performing charter schools in the New York area—are standing behind what they call a model teacher, who was caught on camera ripping up homework and berating a first grade student for answering a math problem incorrectly.
Update (12:55 p.m.) Per Glendale police, two 15-year-old girls have died as a result of the shooting. Authorities have not yet stated how the two knew each other, or if one was the shooter.
Dayton, Ohio-area cop Lee Cyr has been placed on leave after a Facebook comment reading “Love a happy ending” appeared next to his name under a thread about the death of Black Lives Matter activist MarShawn McCarrel II, who committed suicide on the steps of the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus on Monday.
The purported cocaine kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman may be sent to Brooklyn to be prosecuted if he is extradited from Mexico, according to federal Justice Department officials cited in the Wall Street Journal today.
Documents examined by the AP suggest a decades-old policy of borderless travel within Europe is coming to an end as the participating countries grapple with the influx of Middle Eastern refugees fleeing terrorism in their home countries.
Lee Baca was the sheriff of Los Angeles County for 15 years beginning in 1999. Soon, he could be sentenced to jail.
The Cruz campaign has pulled its most recent ad after discovering that one of the actresses featured therein has also performed in softcore pornography, BuzzFeed News reports. The ad, ham-fistedly critical of Marco Rubio, is called “Conservatives Anonymous.”
[Update: PBS says the moderator was responding to a producer, not making an editorial comment. Their statement is appended below.] Following an otherwise lackluster (if not borderline uncomfortable) attempt at discussing foreign policy, Bernie Sanders moved to something he actually could speak confidently about: …
Donald Trump and Univision have settled their $500 million lawsuit over the network’s dumping of Miss Universe, the New York Post reports, after Trump described Mexican immigrants as rapists. Trump’s lawyers argued recently that Univision should not have been surprised by his remarks.
Right off the bat at tonight’s Democratic debate (surprise! there’s another debate), Hillary Clinton was pressed about some of her more staunch supporters’ recent claims. Specifically, Clinton was asked whether she, too, believes that women who don’t vote for her may be destined for hell. The only thing Hillary needed…
These days, almost every presidential candidate has an app that supporters can download, keeping voters informed (ostensibly) and boosting turnout (theoretically). But, according to the Associated Press, none is more invasive than Ted Cruz’s “Cruz Crew” app.
Things are heating up in the Democratic presidential campaign, and so are the debates. There’s another one tonight, this time hosted by PBS. It’ll be live on PBS stations, but if you want to watch online or on the go, here’s how to tune in.