Oregon Democratic Gov. Kate Brown signed legislation Tuesday requiring health insurers to cover birth control and abortion without charging patients a co-pay, The Washington Post reported.
Four Confederate statues in Baltimore were taken down overnight, the Baltimore Sun reported — the latest in what could become a widespread trend following deadly demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend.
With its staggering homeless population, which spiked to 55,000 this year, Los Angeles County decided to try a different approach to solving its growing epidemic.
Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday signed into law HB 214, which prohibits insurance companies from using Texas taxpayer dollars for abortions.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter early this morning to attack Amazon, blaming the popular online retailer for job losses across the nation.
Takiyah Thompson made it all too easy for authorities. Not long after admitting in a WVTD-TV interview Tuesday that she helped tear down a Confederate statue Monday evening in Durham, North Carolina, Thompson was taken into custody.
ESPN apologized in a statement to USA Today on Tuesday night for a fantasy football auction segment that offended viewers by drawing parallels to a slave auction.
Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) appeared to disagree with President Trump placing the blame of the horrific attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, on both sides of the protest.
Michael Moore blasted white Donald Trump voters while talking to Don Lemon on CNN Tuesday evening after the president’s statement to the press where he appeared to defend the alt-right.
A very contentious debate between Charles Krauthammer and radio talk show host Laura Ingraham turned to insults when she began to mock the conservative commentator for criticizing the president over his cantankerous press briefing Tuesday.
The Daily Caller claims that they have a source in the White House confirming that President Trump has chosen a successor to Anthony Scaramucci, the former White House Communications Director.
Rush Limbaugh called the media “idiots” and explained that their tactics were just leading to President Trump holding on to his administration officials out of spite.
According to tweets sent by Chicago’s chapter of Black Lives Matter, the United States should ban all Confederate symbols in response to the white supremacist terror attack in Charlottesville, which left one woman dead and scores more injured.
Clayton Carter, a 51-year-old resident of West Goshen, Pennsylvania, was accused of shooting and killing his neighbor after a “long-running dispute.” Carter allegedly shot his neighbor, Brooks Jennings, 51, twice in the head with a semi-automatic handgun as the two faced off in Jennings’ yard.
Kat Timpf of “Fox News Specialists” was close to tears on Tuesday’s airing of the conservative show while speaking about President Donald Trump’s latest remarks about the “alt-left’s” role in Saturday’s Charlottesville terror attack.
Celebrity model Christine Teigen and her singer-songwriter John Legend took to Twitter to assail President Trump for his controversial press briefing Tuesday.
Controversial white supremacist David Duke on Monday applauded President Donald Trump’s comments that the “alt-left” had some blame to shoulder for the Charlottesville, Virginia attack.
Voters in Alabama will head to the polls to pick a Senator to replace Jeff Sessions who ran off to become Trump’s attorney general, while voters in Utah’s 3rd Congressional District will replace Jason Chaffetz, who ran off to become a commentator for Fox News.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday condemned the “alt-left” for having a hand in the Charlottesville terror attack which killed one and injured scores more.
Those protesters who pulled down a Confederate statue in Durham, North Carolina, and proceeded to spit on, stomp on and kick it?