Donald Trump Jr.'s Twitter Was Temporarily Frozen After He Posted A Viral Coronavirus Misinformation Video
The president's son had posted a video pushing false claims about COVID-19, which had spread rapidly on Facebook.
The suspect who allegedly shot Garrett Foster was released by police pending further investigation.
"It's actually not that easy. But, for me, it was easy," Trump said of the test, which is used in diagnosing Alzheimer's.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the site had become "less and less about protest, and more and more became an area where homeless folks were gathering."
The Men's Rights Activist Suspected Of Killing A Judge's Son Was Found Dead With Another Woman Judge's Photo
Roy Den Hollander was a misogynistic lawyer who ranted online against the judge whose son he is later suspected of killing. Authorities are investigating other possible targets.
Judge Esther Salas was in the basement of her New Jersey house when the shooting occurred. The suspect is a men's rights activist who later killed himself.
She Criticized The CEO Of Her Old Company Over Diversity. He Told Her Apologize Or "We're Going To War."
The popular kids clothing company Hanna Andersson has zero Black employees at its corporate headquarters — something employees say is affecting its marketing and response to the Black Lives Matter movement.
The state has seen a continued uptick in virus cases since last month's Trump rally, which Gov. Kevin Stitt attended.
The Glee actor had gone missing on Wednesday from a boat on a lake just outside Los Angeles.
Javonni Carson underwent surgery and is expected to recover.
The lawsuit comes after the country band, formerly known as Lady Antebellum, announced they were changing their name to rid it of its connotations with slavery,
"I find it curious that someone would make a public apology but not do it privately," Moore said.
The move is intended as a crackdown on online communities that "promote hate," Reddit CEO Steve Huffman said.
"I really thought it was storming the Bastille, that we would be dead and the house would be burned and there was nothing we could do about it."
Drawing inspiration from the 2011 Occupy Wall Street movement, protesters are now vowing to eat, sleep, and protest outside City Hall in Manhattan until the NYPD is defunded.
The driver, Bubba Wallace, called it a "despicable act of racism."
The syrup brand's namesake comes from a racist archetype that originated in minstrel shows.
Two Police Unions Spread A False Rumor That Shake Shack Workers Intentionally Poisoned Three NYPD Cops
The union president initially blamed the disproven milkshake attack allegations on "vicious criminals who dislike us simply because of the uniform we wear."
The Supreme Court's LGBTQ Decision Will Have Huge Impacts For Those In States With No Prior Protections
It was estimated last year that half of all LGBTQ Americans lived in states where they had no legal protections from workplace discrimination. Not any more.
"We are regretful and embarrassed to say that we did not take into account the associations that weigh down this word referring to the period of history before The Civil War, which includes slavery," the band said.