Rascal Flatts bassist and vocalist Jay DeMarcus lamented during an interview Wednesday that the U.S. is straying from the Christian principles it was founded upon and sinking into "darkness."
Attorney General William Barr described a letter written by special counsel Robert Mueller complaining about his summary of the Russia probe as "a bit snitty."
Former Vice President Joe Biden surged to a decisive lead in the Democratic presidential race as soon as he launched his campaign, according to three new polls released Tuesday.
The family for John Singleton says the Oscar-nominated filmmaker will be taken off life support Monday after suffering a stroke almost two weeks ago.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar on Sunday said the White House needs to be more proactive in supporting measures that thwart cyber intrusions into elections, saying Russian meddlers found success in 2016 and the problem persists.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday condemned the punishment handed down a day earlier in the U.S. against Maria Butina, a Russian woman sentenced to 18 months in prison for conspiring to act as an ...
Police in Louisville, Kentucky, are investigating a possible assault after an elderly pro-life activist says she was pushed to the ground outside the last remaining abortion clinic in the state.
Federal prosecutors charged a Massachusetts state judge Thursday with obstruction of justice and perjury, accusing her of helping an illegal immigrant escape deportation authorities last year by letting the man sneak out of his courtroom.
A lesbian-owned, vegan restaurant that charged an 18% "man tax" has closed its doors after less than two years of business in Brunswick, Australia.
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