Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie said that his Democratic opponent, Ralph Northam, favors immigration policies that will allow the violent Central American gang MS-13 to thrive throughout Virginia. (Associated Press)
A volunteer with Project Homeless Connect holds up a jacket to give to a homeless man at the event, which connects the homeless population to services in the District at the Kennedy Recreation Center on Thursday. About 500 attended the event. (Laura Kelly/The Washington Times)
Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson suggested during and interview Wednesday that women have a "responsibility" to help prevent themselves from being sexually assaulted by not by dressing or behaving provocatively. (NBC DFW)
Arina Grossu of the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council rallied protesters at a facility in Bethesda, Maryland, that will perform late-term abortions. The clinic's doctor earlier performed abortions during all months of pregnancy in Georgetown. (Bradford Richardson / The Washington Times)
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green began dating in 2004 when Fox was just 18 and Green was 30. The couple were engaged in 2006, but split in 2009. "Marriage isn't a realistic goal for someone who is 23, that's all," Fox said. They got married in 2010 when Fox was 24. Their son Noah was born in 2012 and Bodhi in 2014. Fox filed for divorce in 2015. But in 2016, Fox became pregnant again. Their divorce was put on hold and she gave birth to her son Journey.
"Depriving any student of higher education opportunities should not be done lightly, or out of fear of losing state or federal funding," California Gov. Jerry Brown said in vetoing a bill to codify into state law federal sexual assault guidance on campuses. (Associated Press)
Former former NFL receiver Donté Stallworth (left) told CNN on Oct. 14, 2017, that ongoing protests during the national anthem bring attention to a national "gender pay gap" between men and women. (Image: CNN screenshot)
Ronan Farrow says Harvey Weinstein personally threatened to sue him before he published a bombshell piece in The New Yorker accusing the Hollywood mogul of raping three women and sexual assaulting several others.