Augustus Sol Invictus, a 32-year-old former lawyer who claims he was kicked out of a religious sect due to performing an animal sacrifice, is currently the Florida Libertarian Party’s only candidate in next year’s U.S. Senate race.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio was caught off guard during a campaign event Tuesday after a heckler accused him of adultery.
Former NAACP Spokane chapter leader Rachel Dolezal, who resigned amid a wave of national criticism after being accused of lying for years about her race, is a “bit of a hero” to pop singer Rihanna.
A granite monument of the Ten Commandments that has sparked controversy since its installation on the Oklahoma Capitol grounds was being removed and will be transported to a private conservative think tank for storage.
Russia’s TV news coverage of its controversial bombing campaign in Syria have gone to the next level, with its weather reporters forecasting favorable conditions for its fighter jets flying in the region.
Students at the University of Missouri-Columbia are holding an Islamic State flag-burning demonstration on Thursday in response to the terror group’s gross human-rights violations.
A memoir by former Congressman Patrick Kennedy has created a rift with family members upset over his portrayal of family secrecy, substance abuse and mental illness, including of his father, late Massachusetts Sen. Edward Kennedy.
Groups of protesters, some of them armed, are planning anti-Muslim demonstrations in front of at least 20 mosques, community centers and government offices across the country on Oct. 9 and 10.
An 86-year-old grandmother who runs a gun shop out of the same Oregon town rattled by last week’s mass shooting has a few choice words for President Obama.
Former President Jimmy Carter is stepping in to help resolve a legal battle over the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s traveling Bible and 1964 Nobel Peace Prize.