A councilwoman for the city of Nashville is seeking to name Nashville International Airport after billionaire media mogul Oprah Winfrey, pleading with the mayor to hear her proposal.
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Democrat mega-donor Tom Steyer is testing the waters for a presidential run, posting several job listings on LinkedIn looking for high-level campaign staffers in key early-voting states.
Authorities arrested a California Democrat lawmaker on Monday on misdemeanor child cruelty charges, police said.
A Florida man's broken arm turned out to be a blessing in disguise when he used his cast to help rescue his neighbor from a fire.
Delta Airlines announced Monday it would ban puppies from serving as service or emotional support animals on its flights.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway mocked Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) on Tuesday as a 29-year-old who "doesn't seem to know much about anything" after Ocasio-Cortez called White House Chief of Staff John Kelly a liar.
A group of industrious residents in one Pennsylvania neighborhood decided to fix a massive pothole in the road with some Christmas cheer— by "planting" a Christmas tree in the hole.
TIME Magazine announced its shortlist of ten potential picks for its 2018 "Person of the Year" on NBC's Today Monday morning, featuring Christine Blasey Ford and illegal alien families separated at the border as some of the options.
A massive winter storm containing rain, sleet, and snow is sweeping the southeastern United States, leaving more than 300,000 without power and 1,500 flights canceled.
An attorney for President Trump requested the court obtain $800,000 in legal fees and penalties from porn star actress Stormy Daniels for her unsuccessful defamation lawsuit against the president.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) gave a grim prediction on the 2020 presidential race on Saturday, warning that the race is "going to be ugly."
A 17-year-old boy living as a transgender female claimed he caught on video the moment several school administrators forced open the door to his bathroom stall while he was still inside, but school administrators say the video does not tell the whole story.
Christmas came a little early for shoppers at one Long Island, New York, Walmart: a "Secret Santa" paid off every outstanding layaway item on file at the store.
Students at Texas A&M University— the university which houses the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum— created a "thousand points of light" candlelight vigil tribute for the late 41st President of the United States.
A New Jersey county jail refused 92 immigration detainer requests for criminal illegal aliens to be deported, according to a report released Friday by the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI).
Former firstlady Michelle Obama's memoir, Becoming, sold 725,000 copies on its first day on the market, making it the biggest opening for a book in 2018 under publishing company Penguin Random House.
A judge affirmed his order Friday to evict Michael Avenatti's law firm from a California office building for skipping out on $213,000 in rent over four months.
Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams filed a lawsuit in federal court Sunday in the hopes she could legally force a runoff election in her race against rival Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp.
The city of San Francisco spent more than $385,000 to register non-citizen voters, but only 61 of those voters signed up to vote Tuesday in time for the midterm elections.
Authorities arrested an Oklahoma City man for taking suspicious photos at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and threatening to set off an explosion to kill hundreds of people at the site, police said.
The office of Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is also Georgia's Republican gubernatorial nominee, is opening an investigation into the Georgia Democratic Party for potential cyber crimes.
An Ohio father is facing criminal charges after police ruled out Halloween candy as the source of his five-year-old son's methamphetamine poisoning.
An Idaho school district is conducting an investigationafter a photo of teachers dressed for Halloween as Mexicans and the border wall went viral.
An illegal alien from Mexico accused of stabbing his wife to death on Sunday was released from an Oregon county jail seven months ago despite federal immigration authorities' request to deport him, immigration officials said.
An upstate New York woman choked a nightclub bouncer until he fell unconscious, claiming he groped her until she realized one of her friends was behind the butt grab, police said.
Democrat New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had to apologize to the loved ones of victims killed in a terror attack near New York City's Tribeca neighborhood in 2017 because he forgot to pay homage to the victims of the attack.
An actor who has appeared on the television shows Better Call Saul and Longmire admitted to a local news outlet Monday that he severed his arm and lied about how it happened by posing as a war veteran.
The Obama administration approved more than 71,000 retailers to accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits but did not require many of these retailers to undergo background checks, according to a recent report from the Government Accountability Institute (GAI).
Billionaires Warren Buffett and Sheldon Adelson are in a spending war over a Nevada ballot measure that would determine who controls the state's electricity supply.
Officials with the University of Kansas Cancer Center are willing to pay good money to anyone who can locate a stolen inflatable colon.
A Bellevue, Washington, police chief was cleared of charges accusing him of raping a woman after an investigation revealed the woman conjured fake emails to legitimize her accusation.
Chelsea Clinton dropped yet another subtle hint at her political future on Wednesday, days before a scheduled appearance in Scarsdale, New York, on Saturday to promote a children's book.
A University of Utah student athlete was allegedly shot dead on campus Monday evening by her ex-boyfriend before he shot himself.
New York Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo agreed to debate his Republican challenger Tuesday in the first and only debate of the election season.
Millions of taxpayers dollars trafficked through food stamp fraud went to terrorists who funded their activities at home and abroad, according to an explosive report from the Government Accountability Institute.
A Wisconsin Democrat running for governor against Republican Gov. Scott Walker allegedly plagiarized multiple budget proposals while serving as the state's superintendent.
A boss at a New York City Police Department (NYPD) precinct is accused of shoving her panties into a male co-worker's mouth, police said Monday.
Although Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D-TX) is popular among millennials in his race against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) to represent Texas in the U.S. Senate, many of O'Rourke's younger backers could not name specific reasons for supporting him.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) are spending time in the Hawkeye State to stump for Democrat candidates before the 2018 midterm elections on November 6.
A naked man was caught on camera pummeling a parked New York City Police Department (NYPD) police cruiser on Sunday night in Midtown Manhattan, stunning onlookers who could not believe what they just saw.
An Alabama grocery store is refusing to sell Pepsi products bearing the NFL logo to boycott the NFL players who are protesting the national anthem.
An Ohio judge ordered a disgraced lawyer currently serving time for hypnotizing female clients before sexually assaulting them to payseveral million dollars to one of his victims.
Several Democrats are saying former 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is viewed among Democratic candidates running in the 2018 midterm elections as “the kiss of death.
A Louisiana man was sentenced to 30 months in prison on Tuesday for calling in threats to Rep. Clay Higgins' (R-LA) district office in July 2017.
Former NFL player Jim Brown blasted those who decide to kneel instead of stand for the national anthem at a Thursday afternoon press conference outside the White House.
Hurricane Michael is the third-strongest hurricane to make landfall in the continental U.S., according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
President Trump urged the Chicago police on Monday to implement a "stop and frisk" policy to curb the shootings caused by gun violence in the city.
The Log Cabin Republicans are calling out CNN White House reporter Kaitlan Collins for some anti-gay tweets she posted in 2011.
Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) revealed Sunday that his wife received a graphic text message containing a video of a beheading following the vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
At least 20 people have died after a limousine collided with another vehicle at an intersection Saturday near an upstate New York tourist destination, police announced Sunday.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio ended his Friday workout session early because a homeless activist confronted him about New York City's homeless problem.
Conservative groups hailed Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court as a "victory" for American liberty and called it a "major step" in restoring constitutional rights in the U.S.
An eight-year-old going for a swim in a lake in southern Sweden made an exciting discovery, stumbling upon an ancient pre-Viking sword.
Authorities arrested an Alabama high school teacher Wednesday, accusing her of committing 12 sex crimes against three different students.
President Donald Trump told thousands gathered in Wheeling, West Virginia, at a rally Saturday evening that they did not need to worry about losing their coverage for pre-existing conditions.
A tsunami in Indonesia killed more than 420 people and injured many more after a ten-foot wall of seawater engulfed the city of Palu and the surrounding area on Friday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) demanded in a letter to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) on Saturday that the FBI investigate Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's statements made under oath during Thursday's hearing to see if he is telling the truth.
USA Today is getting slammed after a sports columnist for the paper published an article suggesting that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should "stay off basketball courts" when children are around and not coach girls' basketball because he was accused of sexual assault.
A seven-year-old girl wowed a crowd of 25,000 fans with her performance of the national anthem at a Major League Soccer (MLS) game on Sunday night.
An Ohio strip club had its liquor license revoked Thursday for allegedly accepting food stamps for lap dances and illegal drugs.
A K9 police dog in Florida scored major points with his handler Monday after he heroically took down a man accused of kidnapping an infant, according to a video from a police officer's body camera.
A reporter with the Weather Channel conducting a live shot in North Carolina near where Hurricane Florence made landfall struggled to maintain his balance while two people casually walked by in the background, according to a viral video of the incident.
A casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, announced Wednesday it would offer free hotel rooms to people who are fleeing the wrath of Hurricane Florence.
A Good Samaritan who defended a woman against a machete-wielding man in a California Starbucks on Sunday suffered serious stab wounds.
The New Jersey couple accused of stealing more than $400,000 from an online fundraiser for a homeless veteran is likely to face charges, according to a lawyer representing the couple.
The New York City subway station destroyed by terrorists who attacked the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, re-opened on Saturday for the first time in 17 years.
A cheerleader in California gave a bully who challenged her to a fistfight a complete beat-down on Saturday, according to a dramatic video of the incident making the rounds on Twitter.
Three makeshift "crack pipe" vending machines have cropped up in Long Island on Monday, and authorities are investigating to find out how they got there.
A fast-food workers' union is demanding that employees of a Pacific Northwest-based burger chain be allowed to wear pins with phrases such as "Abolish ICE" and "No one is illegal.
A Guatemalan national in the U.S. illegally has been arrested Thursday night in Louisiana for allegedly raping, and trafficking an underage girl.
A grocery store employee with an appetite for deli meat was accused of eating more than $9,000 worth of an Ohio supermarket's supply of cold cuts.
A bumbling robbery suspect attempting to hold up a Denver-area convenience store on Saturday could barely hold up his pants and his gun.
Police conducted a raid of a New Jersey couple's home on Thursday after a judge ordered them to appear in court to account for the $400,000 they raised for a homeless veteran.
A Gold Star mother is the latest to speak out against Nike's latest "Just Do It" ad campaign featuring former NFL player Colin Kaepernick for making light of the word "sacrifice.
The star of the Marvel series Luke Cage apologized Saturday for posting a tweet appearing to condone a bishop groping singer Ariana Grande during Aretha Franklin's funeral on Friday.
Nearly 80,000 people have signed a Change.org petition urging Pope Francis to strip Cardinal Donald Wuerl of his position as archbishop of Washington, DC.
The state of Maine rejected a proposal from the left-wing animal activist organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) on Thursday to build a tombstone to memorialize thousands of dead lobsters.
A growing number of American Catholics are calling for an investigation into the allegations that Pope Francis ignored Cardinal Theodore McCarrick's record of sexually abusing priests, seminarians, and laypeople, including minors.
Officers searching for a 65-year-old man gone missing found a gruesome surprise inside a fish tank in the man's San Francisco home, police announced Tuesday.
An assistant principal in Michigan is facing charges for allegedly breaking into a student's home to search for prescription pills, police said.
Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) told reporters Monday that Sen. John McCain "is partially to blame" for the White House flag-raising controversy in the days following the Arizona senator's death.
The chairman of a Connecticut school board submitted his resignation after the board voted in favor of reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of each meeting.
A woman's refusal to sell her Sacramento, California, home to a President Trump supporter may have cost her more than $100,000.
The longtime Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), who passed away Saturday at the age of 81, died from the same cancer as his colleague, Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA), did nine years ago.
An Army pilot died and his brother suffered serious injuries on a trip to spread their late father's ashes throughout the sky Friday when their single-engine plane crashed into a Massachusetts pond.
A Texas bank teller accused of assisting in an armed robbery of a woman carrying $75,000 in her purse appeared in court Wednesday to face charges for aggravated armed robbery.
An Argentine police officer got a promotion on Friday after a photo of her breastfeeding a malnourished infant at a Buenos Aires hospital went viral.
Florida's welfare agency fired 31 of its employees accused of fraudulently obtaining food stamp benefits during Hurricane Irma in 2017.
Chelsea Clinton teased a future run for office Monday saying that although she does not plan on running now, it is a "definite maybe in the future.
Federal authorities announced Sunday that they are offering $20,000 to anyone who can provide information leading to the capture and arrest of a Pennsylvania man accused of threatening President Trump and other high-profile government officials.
A former Texas doctor convicted of raping a hospital patient who was heavily sedated will receive no jail time for his crime.
A group of robbers in Texas allegedly ran over a woman Friday to try and snatch her purse containing $75,000 before fleeing the scene, according to a video of the incident.
The Satanic Temple temporarily placed a bronze, goat-headed statue of Baphomet in front of Arkansas' state capitol building Thursday to protest a Ten Commandments monument placed there in 2017.
An 18-year-old accused of shoving her 16-year-old friend off a 60-foot bridge was charged with reckless endangerment on Friday.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) said Friday he intends to present an amendment to "block" President Trump from "arbitrarily revoking security clearances."
A heroic father in Australia suffered serious injuries to his skull after leaping off a 13-foot balcony to break his eight-year-old son's fall.
Authorities say prosecutors are considering criminal charges for a teenager accused of pushing a 16-year-old girl off a Washington state bridge.
A team of sanitation workers in Missouri dug through four tons of trash last Wednesday to help a woman who mistakenly threw her husband's Purple Heart documents in the recycle bin.
Florida public schools will be required to display "In God We Trust" signs on school property starting this week.
A professor at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government is calling for universities not to honor or hire Trump administration officials, essentially blacklisting them from opportunities to engage with the academic community.