Alabama’s first openly gay legislator has threatened to expose the extramarital affairs of some of her Republican colleagues due to their opposition to same-sex marriage.
The popular traffic app Waze is being labeled in law enforcement circles as a “police stalker.”
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has been released from a Des Moines hospital where he received treatment for what doctors believe is a viral illness and dehydration.
Hundreds of pastors met up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to discuss how best to turn back the moral degradation of America — by electing their own to political office.
Democrats in the state Assembly are expected to call Tuesday for replacing their powerful longtime leader, Speaker Sheldon Silver, after he was charged with taking millions of dollars in kickbacks over a decade.
The federal government’s failure to enforce the nation’s child protection laws is a “national disgrace” that leaves abused children vulnerable to future harm, according to a three-year study by two child advocacy groups.
John Elder, a Minnesota city councilman who also works as a public information officer at the local police department, is being hailed as a hero for having the wherewithal to pull his gun on an armed attacker who had stormed the government meeting and opened fire on two officers.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo lifted the travel ban on New Yorkers during a Tuesday morning press conference, but warned that while Winter Storm Juno seemed to have rolled past the state to more northern points, residents should still exercise caution and restraint before taking to the roads.
Sheriff David Clarke, Milwaukee County’s tough-talking, outspoken law enforcement official, called the NAACP an irrelevant “propaganda” tool for the political left and said it was frequently the “behavior of black men,” not racial injustice, that was the cause of much police-community consternation nowadays.
JetBlue pulled one of its flights after discovering a tweeted message that bluntly warned: “Guys, flight 321 and 334 have explosives on board,” USA Today reported.
Three days after Bud Runion posted an ad on the website Craigslist that he was seeking to buy a 1966 Mustang convertible, he and his wife set out for a small farming community in southern Georgia to meet with a potential seller. Then they vanished.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, who was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles for doping, said that if he could go back in time to his 1995 heyday of racing, he’d “probably do it again,” he said.