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Russell James Peterson called for "war" and his mom bragged about his antics on Facebook after they traveled to D.C. on Jan. 6.
"Sheriff's office, it's safe to come out!" the voice was heard from outside a classroom door at Oxford High School in Michigan. But students said there was a "red flag."
A parody ad for a Mark Zuckerberg-themed holiday toy shows what would happen if Santa's spy met Facebook's algorithm.
The Fox News host defended the CNN newsman for helping brother Andrew Cuomo fight sexual misconduct accusations.
The court could overrule the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
Jury selection will resume in the trial of Kim Potter, and her attorneys said the suburban Minneapolis police officer would testify.
Otis Anderson Jr. was reportedly killed during an argument with Otis Anderson Sr. at his parents' home in Jacksonville, Florida.
Samir Jefferson, 14, was at a bus stop in a North Philadelphia neighborhood when two unknown shooters fired at least 36 shots, said police.
A stark change in GOP talking points prompted a damning question from the "Daily Show" host.
Danny Rodriguez was arrested by the FBI after a HuffPost story named him as the rioter who drove a stun gun into Mike Fanone's neck.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback was on the receiving end of a brief but brutal ding from "The Late Show" comedian.
"I know that no apology can change what happened," the "Lucky" writer told wrongfully convicted Anthony Bridgewater.
The then-president's second test came back negative, the former White House chief of staff writes in his new book. Trump was hospitalized a week later.
The Denver Post editorial board slammed the conspiracy theory-endorsing Colorado Republican as "clearly incapable of remorse or reflection."
The “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host also debuted a damning new nickname for extremist Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert.
Televangelist Marcus Lamb, president and founder of Daystar Television Network, died at age 64.
Tests within 24 hours of departure and even self-quarantine rules are reportedly on the table amid the spread of the omicron variant.
Prominent Jewish groups spoke out after Logan compared Fauci to a Nazi doctor who experimented on death camp prisoners.
"If some news channel intern did what Chris Cuomo did they'd have been fired one second after these docs were published," one journalist noted.
"The documents, which we were not privy to before their public release, raise serious questions," the network said.