Former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will expand the voting rights organization she founded ahead of the 2020 elections into several battleground states, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump has requested the release of body camera footage recorded by two mounted Galveston police officers who led a handcuffed black man down the city's streets.
The alleged victims of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein are angry they will not get the opportunity to face in court the man they say raped them as girls.
In the wake of his split from Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth has posted on social media wishing her the best.
Another National Rifle Association board member is stepping down amid turmoil in the gun lobby group's leadership. Julie Golob, a professional sport shooter, announced that she will not be finishing her full three-year term as an NRA board director, making her the fourth member of the group's board of directors to reportedly resign in the past month.
Alanis Morissette is now a mom of three. The Grammy award-winning singer announced the birth of her third child, a baby boy, Monday on Instagram.
The acting director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services in a new interview revised the iconic poem on the Statue of Liberty's pedestal to suggest that only immigrants who can "stand on their own two feet" are welcome in the United States.
"Whenever you're done venting ... got it, done? Okay, cool," is the dismissive way Bollywood starlet and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra began her response to a question posed by Ayesha Malik, a Pakistani woman, who confronted the actress over why (despite her role as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador) she had "encourage[ed] nuclear war against Pakistan"
There's a scene in the new movie "Blinded by the Light" where British protesters harass and assault a Pakistani family on their way to a wedding. Their teenage son is nowhere to be found; he's off buying Springsteen tickets.
Stocks rose just after the opening bell Tuesday, erasing an early deficit after the US government reported a bigger uptick in a key measure of consumer prices than expected.
The Kremlin broke its silence Tuesday on the apparent explosion of a nuclear-powered cruise missile during a test, saying that accidents "happen" but that Russia remained "far ahead" in the development of advanced weaponry.
A father was detained during the ICE raids in Mississippi last week. His family still doesn't know where he is
At least 300 of the nearly 700 people detained during the ICE raids in Mississippi last week have been released. But Andres Gomez-Jorge isn't one of them.
Another New York Police Department officer has died by suicide -- becoming the eighth to do so this year -- a law enforcement official told CNN.
Two new Ebola treatments are proving so effective they are being offered to all patients in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where the current outbreak is the second-deadliest ever.
Coca-Cola is giving Dasani a green makeover to help meet its environmental goals and boost interest in its biggest water brand.
We are living through a global refugee crisis. In June, the UN High Commissioner of Refugees reported a record-high number of displaced people around the world, the highest in almost 70 years. And many refugees face restricted access to labor markets — they are often barred completely from working and earning an income. Women asylum seekers have it even harder: many women refugees face long-term poverty and high levels of sexual abuse.
The US Interior Department announced significant changes Monday that would weaken how the Endangered Species Act is implemented, a move critics fear will allow for more oil and gas drilling and limit how much regulators consider the impacts of the climate crisis.
In the wake of several high-profile scandals, including allegations of sexual assault and cocaine use against Navy SEAL team members, the four-star general in charge of all US special operations has ordered a review of the culture and ethics of the elite units.
The language and pacing in "Our Boys" reflect its Israeli roots, but the emotional core of this powerful fact-based miniseries hinges on tribalism, the intractability of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the adage that an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. In that, this HBO presentation offers a sobering window into that part of the world, with implications that swell far beyond it.
Bode and Morgan Miller are about to add two more to their family. The former Olympic skier and the professional beach volleyball player are expecting twin boys, they announced Monday on Instagram. The new arrivals are due November 11.
The problems facing Kraft Heinz are growing. The stock sank last week following a dismal earnings report. Now, credit ratings agency Fitch is warning that the company's bonds could get downgraded to junk status if things don't turn around.
Kalispell Police say that crosswalk safety downtown is a serious issue -- especially at First Avenue East and Third Avenue East.
Faustin Ushindi laced up skates for the first time when he was 11 years old. But he had only been in the United States for four years.
Archaeologists excavating on Mount Zion in Jerusalem have uncovered evidence of the Babylonian conquest of the city, appearing to confirm a Biblical account of its destruction.
Dango Nguyen, a former firefighter and actor who appeared on "The Walking Dead" died Saturday "after a hard-fought battle with cancer," according to Georgia's Athens-Clarke County Fire department.
Mic drop, indeed -- the beloved Korean boy band BTS is taking a break. The world's favorite K-Pop septet announced its members are going on an extended hiatus from performing following a concert in Seoul on Sunday.
Drake got a special delivery with his new album, "Care Package." The rapper has extended his own record on the charts with the CD, which has earned him his ninth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart.
Her Majesty returns on November 17. Netflix has announced that is the date Season 3 of the "The Crown" will debut.
Taylor Swift's party antics were trending all weekend and she is into it. No word on if she was actually tipsy at a party in Los Angeles on Saturday night, but clips of the singer dancing and lip-syncing her own music have spawned a #DrunkTaylor hashtag on social media.
Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell and Jennifer Aniston are ready to give viewers the full story on "The Morning Show," a new drama coming to Apple TV+.
A fan who went viral for his reaction to receiving tickets to see Janet Jackson received another surprise, courtesy of the superstar herself.
Comedian Sarah Silverman has said she was once fired from a movie after producers found a sketch from 2007 in which she wore blackface make-up.
John Oliver was not impressed by President Donald Trump's response to the recent mass shootings.
Good luck finding Old Town Road in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Town officials say people have been stealing street signs from a residential road that shares a name with Lil Nas X's smash country/rap hit.
Who says you can't find love on a dating show franchise spin-off? "Bachelor in Paradise" stars Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon officially tied the knot this weekend, according to People magazine. The lavish Rhode Island bash was packed with familiar "Bachelor" faces, and the ceremony was even officiated by "Bachelor" producer Elan Gale.
Simone Biles made history more than once this weekend during the US Gymnastics Championships in Kansas City, Missouri.
Jay-Z and Will Smith Will Help Tell the Story of Emmett Till's Mother as She Seeks Justice for Her Son
A new ABC series will tell stories of the civil rights movement through the black women behind it and will start with Mamie Till, who has been fighting for justice since her 14-year-old son's brutal killing more than 60 years ago. "Women of the Movement" will be executive produced by Jay-Z and Will Smith among others, the network announced.
The deadly massacres over the weekend have sent Senate Republicans searching to find a robust response to help prevent future mass shootings amid loud demands that they quickly pass tougher gun control measures sought by Democrats.
The Boy Scouts of America on Tuesday said it has referred about 120 allegations of abuse by scout leaders to law enforcement for further investigation, saying it believes victims and that the youth organization is working to identify "additional alleged perpetrators."
Five months after it was announced, Apple's first credit card is now available — but not to everyone. Hundreds of thousands of people signed up online to be notified when the Apple Card became available.
Democratic Rep. Veronica Escobar of Texas on Tuesday said she declined an invitation to join President Donald Trump on his upcoming visit to El Paso, Texas, as the city recovers from a mass shooting.
In recent years a number of Catholic bishops have denounced President Donald Trump's immigration policies and harsh rhetoric toward immigrants and people of color.
Subway is exploring the plant-based protein trend with a meatless meatball sub. The sandwich chain will start selling the product, made with Beyond Meat's plant-based protein, at 685 restaurants in the United States and Canada next month. The Beyond Meatball Marinara sub will be available for a limited time.
The Dayton shooter's family requests privacy as they mourn the loss of 2 children and 'process the horror'
Mourning the loss of a mass-shooting victim and the gunman himself -- their daughter and their son -- the Betts family is "shocked and devastated by the events of Sunday morning" in Dayton, Ohio, they said in a statement.
A community targeted: This time it wasn't a viral video or a racist tweet. It was something far more terrifying
Miles beyond the Walmart's walls and days after the gunman pulled the trigger, the massacre that ended 22 lives here has jolted communities that were already on edge.
Elaine Walkowiak is 90 years old and lives alone, but her water bill from last winter was enough to shock a large family.
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The night skies in August are full of celestial wonders, including bright planets and a meteor shower.
Chicago's Democratic mayor is pushing back against Ivanka Trump's "misleading" tweets about recent gun violence in the city, assailing President Donald Trump's daughter for getting several facts wrong.
Frazzled investors are rushing to buy gold and government bonds as fears of a global recession, sparked by a trade war, grow more real.