"We wish the cat the best in his remaining eight lives," said a tweet from Miami's Hard Rock Stadium.
The GOP former House speaker ranted on Fox News that the Biden administration is "attacking people of traditional values."
Magnolia State voters accepted a new state flag design to replace the old Confederate battle emblem.
The Annapolis mayor said Trump had rejected his request to lower flags on federal buildings.
A nonprofit group raised more than $235,000 and enlisted 5,000 volunteers to make sure no headstone was overlooked this Memorial Day.
After spending months slamming NFL players who “disrespect” the national anthem, President Donald Trump appeared to forget the words to ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ ahead of college football’s national championship game.
"Young men — young black men — are dying, and it’s not even a black or white issue," the rapper told a crowd Sunday. "It’s a human issue."
Trump said Tuesday that flag-burners should lose their citizenship.
National offense can be a heavy burden and yet hard to release, especially if it's informed with long and tortuous histories.
It's a 12th anniversary of Poland's accession to the European Community. Benefits of our membership in the Union are of a
Mathai: "People are totally missing what happened tonight in South Carolina," wrote Mathai in an analysis on Facebook. "It
Coming off his embarrassingly disastrous "oops" run for the presidency four years ago, Rick Perry announced this week that most staffers will no longer receive salaries due to much lower than expected financial donations in his current crawl to the highest office in the land.
Last night in Athens was marked with heated conversations in the parliament as the government was pressed to get the new measures passed to secure Greece's place within the Eurozone.
It's tempting, this summery week, to sit and savor the sweet victory that was handed us by the Supreme Court in late June with the King v. Burwell decision. The court's ruling protected the health care subsidies that allow 6.4 million people to afford their health insurance.
What better way to show your love of America than American flag jell-o shots?
Americans treasure our individuality, and we hold tenaciously to the idea that what happens inside the case of our brains is sacrosanct. We can think what we want; no American institution can attempt to suppress our ideas. Here is where it gets tricky.