For the first time in nearly 40 years, Democrats have taken control of Columbus, Indiana—the hometown of Vice President Mike Pence.
CNN anchor S.E. Cupp on Saturday afternoon mocked former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions for "groveling" to Donald Trump in his first Senate campaign advertisement despite being verbally berated by the president.
A Texas farmer who weaned a calf from its mother was nearly killed by the cow, who "went crazy" while aggressively protecting her newborn.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro chided Republicans for not fighting the way the Democrats fight, suggesting they should push back harder in their defense of President Donald Trump in the face of the fast-moving impeachment inquiry.
A Chicago federal judge on Tuesday allowed the remnants of a gun violence and civil rights lawsuit against the State of Illinois to proceed rather than first be reviewed by an appellate court.
Robert De Niro has blasted President Donald Trump as a "buffoon" and blamed fans of The Apprentice for "creating a monster" in a new interview.
Amanda Knox, who was convicted and then acquitted of murdering her roommate while studying in Italy, will write an advice column in a Seattle newspaper.
Flyers covered with racially charged or "hate-filled" slogans that were left on a Connecticut college campus this past Thursday night have prompted investigations from police and federal agents, according to the Hartford Courant.
On Sunday, thousands of professional and amateur runners will take to the streets of the Big Apple for the annual New York City Marathon, bringing together people of all different backgrounds. Even more people will line the streets to cheer the runners on.
A power company in Southern California said on Friday that it had re-energized a power line just minutes before a wildfire ignited nearby on a hilltop northwest of Los Angeles.