"The timing is perfect because next week is Thanksgiving," host Ainsley Earhardt told Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance.
The New York mayor criticized his predecessor's late apology for the policing strategy that targeted minorities.
There are more than 100,000 children in immigration-related custody, violating international law, according to the study.
Maria Farmer said these pinhole cameras were hidden around his New York mansion, in bedrooms and even bathrooms.
The House is preparing to hear from eight witnesses during this week's televised hearings in the impeachment investigation into President Trump.
The statement followed a decision by the U.S. and South Korea to postpone joint military exercises criticized by North Korea.
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback appeared to make a statement about not backing down.
A constable in suburban Indianapolis was fired after footage of him harassing two Black customers at a department store went viral.
In a rare public appearance, Ford accepted the Rodger Baldwin Courage Award at the ACLU of Southern California’s annual Bill of Rights dinner on Sunday night.
Other recipients of this year's prize, awarded by Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, included Anna Wintour, Jeff Bezos and Earth, Wind & Fire.
The "Last Week Tonight" host wants you to use the census to get back at the president.
The country artist sang a duet with Willie Nelson, then shared a clip of herself singing the same tune at the age of 9.
The horror icon said there's no mystery about what the president has done.
The longtime Republican strategist called Stone a racist, a misogynist and a jerk.
“This was a mass casualty shooting, there’s no doubt about it," an officer with the Fresno Police Department said Sunday night.
The outspoken Trump supporter will be awarded the National Medial of Arts, according to a White House press release.
The lawyer said there was "nothing funny" about Pete Davidson's impression of him on "SNL."
Williams testified in the impeachment probe that Trump's July phone call with the Ukrainian president was "unusual and inappropriate."
Craig Silverman said he was bashing Trump and his conservative colleagues' coverage of the impeachment hearings when he was told: "You’re done.”