The FBI official removed from Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation repeatedly mocked Donald Trump, referring to him as a “douche,” and expressed concern over what would happen to the U.S. if he was elected, according to text messages he sent to a colleague.
The Sergeants Benevolent Association for the NYPD has a message for “outraged” relatives of alleged Port Authority bomber: “Get over it!”
Nearly half of Americans support banning Nazis and white supremacists from speaking on college campuses, a poll shows, but higher education critics warn that such a move would be imprudent and legally dubious.
A New Orleans Saints season ticket holder is suing the team over some of its players protesting during the national anthem.
Illegal immigrant “Dreamers” staged a sit-in at congressional offices Tuesday demanding lawmakers give them full permanent legal status before the end of the year, complicating leaders’ efforts to avoid a government shutdown.
A top New York union leader blasted city officials for allowing former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick to meet with inmates Tuesday at Rikers Island, predicting the visit would only encourage violence against corrections officers.
Hollywood has been rocked for months by reports of sexual misconduct, but evidently there is no bad time to release a major motion picture about a gauzy romance between an adult man and a teenage boy.
The diversity visa lottery is “wracked with fraud” and created the conditions for the last two terrorist suspects in both the October and December attacks in New York City to enter the U.S., the government’s top legal immigration official said Tuesday.
The term “man flu” has gained popularity as a put-down to describe men who exaggerate symptoms of a cold or the flu to gain sympathy. But a new study dispels this myth and provides scientific arguments for male inferiority when it comes to upper respiratory diseases.
Two California biomedical firms named in an undercover video investigation of the sale of fetal tissue from abortions are shutting down after reaching a $7.8 million settlement with the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.
It’s become a national leader in wind-power generation, but in deep-red, oil-rich Texas, many conservatives still turn a skeptical eye toward renewable energy — despite growth numbers that dwarf virtually every other sector of the economy.
The city manager in Charlottesville, Virginia, has denied applications from individuals seeking permission to hold events next August on the first anniversary of the deadly “Unite the Right” demonstration infamously marred by violent clashes between participants and counterprotesters.