Maxwell Frost Has Become The First Gen Z Member Of Congress
"Don't count out young people,” Frost said in August.
Two Poll Workers In Georgia Were Dismissed After Officials Found "Questionable Social Media Posts"
The decision to terminate the poll workers "is in alignment with our commitment to election integrity," Fulton County election officials said in a statement.
More Than 50 High School Students Might Have To Retake The SAT After Their Tests Flew Out Of A UPS Truck
Video on social media showed the tests fluttering through the air and scattered on the ground.
More Than 50,000 Runners Took Over New York City’s Streets For The Annual Marathon
On Sunday, more than 50,000 runners made their way through all five boroughs of New York City on the 26.2-mile course.
Former MoviePass Executives Knew Their Unlimited Plan Was Losing Money But Lied To Defraud Investors, Prosecutors Said
Prosecutors say that Farnsworth and Lowe were aware that MoviePass's $9.95-per-month unlimited offer was a "temporary marketing gimmick to grow new subscribers."
Nick Carter Opened Up About The “Complicated” Relationship He Had With Aaron Carter After The 34-Year-Old’s Death
"God, please take care of my baby brother," Nick Carter wrote in an emotional Instagram post.
Here's How To Protect Yourself In A Crowd Crush
“People want to be first or to get the best spot or to be the first to secure an item at a Black Friday sale — regardless if they have to knock over a grandma to get the item,” one crowd management expert told BuzzFeed News.
The Man Who Dragged A Police Officer Into A Crowd Of Rioters On Jan. 6 Has Been Sentenced To More Than 7 Years In Prison
Albuquerque Cosper Head was responsible for “some of the darkest acts committed on one of our nation’s darkest days," said the judge.
Police Said The St. Louis School Shooter Left Behind A Handwritten Note Saying He Had No Friends, Family, Or Girlfriend
Police said the suspect also had more than 600 rounds of ammunition on him when he opened fire, killing two people.
Prosecutors In Harvey Weinstein’s Second Rape Trial Opened With Gutting Testimony From His Alleged Victims, Which Defense Attorneys Promised To Make “Evaporate” Under Scrutiny
Weinstein’s attorney told jurors that the prosecution’s case is a “firehose ... designed to shock and awe” and that each allegation is a “weak and unsubstantiated trickle that will evaporate upon your close scrutiny.”
"Will & Grace" Actor Leslie Jordan Has Died At Age 67
"The world is definitely a much darker place today without the love and light of Leslie Jordan," a representative for the actor said.
“It’s Important That We Do Our Part To Make Sure Democracy Can Function”: As Threats Against Them Increase, Poll Workers Told Us Why They Have Decided To Work The Elections This Year
“The last thing I’m willing to give up is the ability for people to assemble and vote,” one poll worker said.
The Jan. 6 Committee Has Officially Subpoenaed Trump And Is Calling On Him To Testify Next Month
The committee is demanding that the former president testify under oath on Nov. 14.
The Man Who Allegedly Shot And Killed A 21-Year-Old Woman Who Beat Him At A Basketball Game Has Been Arrested
Cameron Hogg was taken into custody on Thursday morning and charged with the murder of Asia Womack, Dallas police said.
Some Potential Jurors In Harvey Weinstein’s Rape Trial Say They Have Never Heard Of #MeToo
“Never heard of it before," one potential male juror said when asked about the #MeToo movement.
A 15-Year-Old Fatally Shot Five People On A Suburban Street And A Greenway, Police Say
"My heart is heavy because we don't have answers as to why this tragedy occurred," Raleigh Police Chief Estella Patterson told reporters.
The Jan. 6 Committee Has Voted To Subpoena Donald Trump
"It is our obligation to seek Donald Trump's testimony," Rep. Bennie Thompson said.
A Young Victim Of Incest Was Denied An Abortion In Florida And Forced To Travel For Care, Planned Parenthood Said
Florida's abortion ban prohibits the procedure after 15 weeks with no exceptions for rape or incest.
Alex Jones Must Pay Nearly $1 Billion To The Families Of Eight Sandy Hook Victims
The damages come after Jones was found liable for defamation. He spent years spreading lies about the 2012 shooting, which killed 20 children and six adults.
This Absolute Unit Has Been Crowned The Winner Of Fat Bear Week
After a week of voting, candidate 747 was declared the winner of Fat Bear Week, the annual online competition where the public votes on which bear in an Alaska national park has gained the most weight.