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The Democratic debate candidates were not asked about climate change or immigration. "But you know, Ellen," Julian Castro tweeted.
He was the first candidate at this week's Democratic debate to bring up Atatiana Jefferson, a Black woman killed in her own home by a white police officer.
Andrew Yang's unique lapel pin did big numbers on social media.
The president tweeted a "rumor" that CNN President Jeff Zucker will resign soon. CNN's response was short and sweet.
The decision to stop the measure passed by Congress was released amid the fourth Democratic debate.
Republicans are clamoring for a vote. Democrats are not.
More than 25 years down the line, Cox has welcomed her "Friends" bestie to the real world a second time.
Another songwriter is claiming that credit hasn't been given to those who purportedly had a role in crafting the chart-topper.
Rep. Peter DeFazio wants answers about Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s possible bias toward Kentucky -- her powerful husband's home state.
For the Democratic presidential candidate, it may be all or nothing.
The Pasco County Sheriff's Office tried to turn the man's errors into a teachable moment on Twitter.
One Twitter user helpfully explained that "Fortnite is to gaming, what a can of Pringles is to dinner."
As a 16-year-old sex trafficking victim, Brown-Long said she shot Johnny Mitchell Allen in fear for her life.
One Twitter user summed it up: "I don’t know if you quite understand what nepotism means, Niece of Mitt Romney."
White evangelicals have stuck by Trump through allegations of sexual assault, racism and corruption. But leaders have decried his decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria.
The fast food chain said it realized there was an issue with its seasoned beef when a customer reported finding a metal shaving in food.
Helena authorities said no one was injured and no damage was reported.
Jane Fonda is not the only celebrity who was willing to be arrested for protesting.
The New York governor said the phrase "n****r w*ps" on the air, citing a New York Times article.
The president's tweet pointed out good economic numbers, but ended with "Impeach the Pres."