NBC’s veteran anchor Tom Brokaw continues to face backlash for his comments about Hispanics needing to “work harder” to assimilate and Hispanic parents not teaching their children to
After the longest shutdown in government history, federal employees went back to work Monday. However, the economic effects will be felt for a long time. A report released Monday by the nonpartisan
Two bombs exploded just minutes apart at a Roman Catholic cathedral in the southern Philippines, killing at least 20 people and wounding more than 100 others during a Sunday Mass.
Dakota Theriot, the man accused of killing five people in Louisiana, was captured Sunday morning in Richmond County, Virginia. Theriot, 21, was apprehended following a night on the run after being
The House Intelligence Committee on Thursday subpoenaed Micheal Cohen to testify sometime in Mid-February. The subpoena comes one day after Cohen postponed his scheduled Feb. 7 appearance before
A 21-year-old Florida man accused of killing five people in a bank rampage has been charged with five counts of premeditated murder in the first degree.
The attack took place at the SunTrust
President Donald Trump said in a late night tweet on Wednesday that he would delay a State of the Union address until the government shutdown was over, responding to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s
Police said Wednesday that a male nurse at a health care facility in Phoenix where an incapacitated woman gave birth in December has been arrested. Nathan Sutherland, 36, is being held at the
Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday that the Senate is scheduled to vote Thursday afternoon on two competing bills that aim to re-open the federal