Record-breaking severe weather whipped through the Midwest destroying homes and power lines.
At least seven storm-related fatalities and dozens of injuries have been reported in the past week as storms swept across the nation.
More than 10 million people were reportedly under flood warnings Friday.
Temperatures plunged to -50 degrees Fahrenheit in places.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) said “we’re getting soft” for closing schools in subzero-degree weather, and his comments received some heat 🔥
"Due to the EXTREME COLD weather, all criminal activity and acts of stupidity and foolishness has been canceled."
If the Upper Midwest is known for anything, it’s hospitality. Whether you’re taking a stroll down a small-town street or
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But the problem isn't jobs per se, it is income inequality.
If there has been one clear, repeatable pattern throughout American history, it is that any major instance of African American advancement has always been met with a massive white backlash
Trump is very aware of the unfocused anger in the Midwest, and is working hard to use that to get votes. If he takes the swing states of Ohio and Pennsylvania, it will be because of that insight.
Big Mama's Kitchen and Catering in Omaha, Nebraska is a destination for out-of-town foodies and local restaurant aficionados alike. For restauranteur Patricia Barron, the soul food eatery is the culmination of a lifetime of cooking, collecting recipes, and honing her business skills.
Ever since Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s 1965 report called “The Negro Family,” white America has been fascinated by the study
It was heaven for me and my point-and-shoot. Light was coming at the garden from every direction. And the evening was still, no breeze, which meant our friends' flowers could hold a pose long enough for my point-and-shoot to take its time getting them into focus.
Can Clinton actually break the 400 Electoral Vote barrier? This hasn't happened since 1988, but it used to be a lot more common. In the 10 elections from 1952 through 1988, the winning candidate got more than 400 votes seven times.
Republican evangelicals were made wary when the front-runner revealed a more liberal side to his social views.
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The stakes are high for the Vermont senator to perform well in early March caucus states.