An Ohio music shop owner placed a sign in front of his shop turning away supporters of President Trump, saying he felt “unclean and dirty” from doing business with them.
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A Florida statue based on the iconic "Kissing Sailor" photo depicting a sailor kissing a woman to celebrate the end of World War II was vandalized shortly after news broke that the World War II veteran in the photo died.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) said Friday during a campaign stop in New Hampshire that she "could support" tearing down the existing wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The attorney for convicted drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman shot back at Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-TX) idea to make his client pay for the wall along the U.S.
A Colorado state house committee passed a bill that would allow the state's presidential electoral votes to go to the candidate who wins the popular vote instead of the Electoral College.
Several winter storms that have pounded Washington state have killed about 1,600 dairy cows in the area, a group of dairy farmers said Tuesday.
Two boys were caught on camera outside a fire station in North Carolina last week, stopping in their tracks to say the Pledge of Allegiance, according to a photo from the Roseboro Fire Department.
A mother has been arrested after at least 12 students at a Cleveland elementary school got sent to the hospital because they unknowingly came into contact with marijuana-infused gummy candies, police said.
More than 100,000 children and adults with special needs around the world dressed to the nines to attend prom Friday evening as part of the Tim Tebow Foundation-sponsored “Night to Shine” event.
A Queens, New York, man accused of murdering his pregnant girlfriend had initially faced an abortion allegation as well, but prosecutors spared him that charge due to New York's recently passed pro-abortion law.
The Los Angeles City Council formally approved a resolution Friday declaring the City of Angels a "sanctuary city" for illegal aliens.
A California man has been found guilty of fatally assaulting an 85-year-old man because the victim did not leave enough space next to his car when parking at a gas station.
Cindy McCain, the late Sen. John McCain's (R-AZ) widow, tweeted an apology Wednesday after police refuted her claim she saved a child from a human trafficking attempt at an airport.
New Jersey residents could soon see their hard-earned dollars go down the drain if Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy decides to sign recently passed legislation from New Jersey's legislature allowing for a "rain tax.
Authorities arrested an Atlanta-area businessman, accusing him of conning thousands of football fans— including his mother— in a ticket scam ranging in the tens of thousands of dollars.
President Donald Trump slammed Virginia Democrat Gov. Ralph Northam's comments on late-term abortion in front of several conservative leaders at a State of the Union preview meeting Monday evening, according to a Tuesday report.
Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann's legal team released a 15-minute video on Friday exposing "the truth" about what happened to him at January's March for Life.
New Jersey is the second state to mandate that all public schools make their curriculum "LGBT and disability-inclusive."
Former 2016 presidential nominee Hillary Clinton joined the chorus of Democrats on Saturday night calling for Virginia Democrat Gov. Ralph Northam to resign over a racist photo depicting one man in blackface and another in Ku Klux Klan garb on Northam's 1984 medical school yearbook page.
The owner of a San Francisco-area eatery is apologizing for stating that he would ban customers sporting "Make America Great Again" (MAGA) hats inside his restaurant.
New York City Democrat Mayor Bill de Blasio claimed Friday night that former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg would be "laughed out" of the 2020 presidential race should he run.
The city of Washington, DC, is taking drastic measures to ensure that no restaurant in the city uses plastic straws, spending $60,000 per year to pay a "plastic straw cop" to monitor restaurants which stray from the rules.
A California man caught on camera allegedly punching two women after getting into an argument with a Los Angeles hot dog vendor surrendered himself to authorities Tuesday night.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz got heckled minutes into his Monday evening book event at a New York City Barnes & Noble, days after he first announced he would seriously consider entering the 2020 race as a "centrist independent.
A New York City woman who works a housekeeper on the Upper East Side got trapped in an elevator Friday, and spent the entire weekend stuck there before crews rescued her, authorities said.
The government of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) held its yearly gender balance awards on Sunday, awarding every single prize to a man.
Tens of thousands of pro-life marchers packed the streets of downtown San Francisco on Saturday to partake in the 15th annual Walk for Life on the West Coast against abortion.
Walmart is looking to hire an additional 900 truck drivers and is boosting their salaries in an attempt to win a bidding war with competitors like Amazon.
A judge sentenced a former hippie to 27 years in prison on Friday for a 2016 incident where he left a homemade bomb outside a Nederland, Colorado, police station.
A St. Louis, Missouri, police officer is accused of manslaughter in what authorities believe to be a Russian roulette game gone wrong, investigators said.
A teenager convicted of assault for dragging a New York Police Department (NYPD) officer with a stolen car was sentenced Wednesday to a year and a half to four years in prison, sparking outrage from police and family members of the victim.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is leading the crowded field of Democrats seeking to clinch the Democratic Party's nomination for president in 2020, according to a recent poll.
A Missouri gym owner reportedly told an Army veteran not to wear a Trump T-shirt to his next visit to the gym because it made customers "uncomfortable.
An Ohio man is in hot water with authorities for allegedly running a $2.7 million food stamp fraud scheme alongside an illegal slaughterhouse - all out of his own home.
A California judge sentenced an illegal alien on Tuesday to 401 years to life in prison for his role in carrying out multiple sex crimes.
Several prominent Democrats have made statements over the past two years saying they would open to obtaining funding for a wall along the U.S. southern border in exchange for DACA amnesty.
A jury awarded a Florida hotel dishwasher more than $21 million after determining that the woman's employer discriminated against her religious beliefs by forcing her to work Sundays and firing her when she did not show up for religious reasons.
Freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) had dinner with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Wednesday, bonding with him over progressive policy goals.
Two passengers decided to take a joyride on top of a moving vehicle Monday, "twerking" on the roof of a white SUV as it traveled down a St.
Authorities arrested a man after he was allegedly seen on video sucker-punching an 11-year-old girl in the face outside a North Carolina shopping mall on Saturday.
A transgender customer who lashed out at a male GameStop clerk is claiming to be a victim of "hate" for being called "sir" at the store.
House Republican leaders voted Monday to remove Rep. Steve King (R-IA) from all of his assigned committees after the Iowa Republican came under fire for his comments about white nationalism in a New York Times interview.
A journalist reporting live on the mass fentanyl overdose in California on Saturday was attacked during the broadcast, according to video footage of the incident.
Authorities arrested a "horny" registered sex offender in California for allegedly trying to lure several women, including one minor, to his residence for sex, police said.
A pastor is no longer the head of a California Presbyterian church after receiving backlash from within his congregation and the outside community over a sign stating that "homosexuality is a sin.
A massive fentanyl overdose incident in California on Saturday left one person dead and sent a dozen others to the hospital, police said.
A South Carolina lawmaker is proposing a bill which would direct schools to give students some lessons in "adulting," or at least give them a few pointers on personal finance.
A Democrat congressman is already stirring up trouble just days into his first term on Capitol Hill, attempting to bring a six-pack of beer onto the House floor on Friday afternoon.
Starbucks is looking to install needle-disposal boxes inside some of its store bathrooms after workers with the coffee giant shared concerns of discarded syringes littering the restrooms.
An Ohio substitute teacher is in hot water with authorities after he touched himself in front of his students, police said.
A Florida substitute teacher took the term "party pooper" literally when she allegedly scattered feces at a school principal's party.
Authorities are on the lookout for a man allegedly caught on camera Saturday licking a California home's doorbell for three hours.
Two Mississippi teenagers were arrested late Friday, accused of brutally stabbing and shooting their mother after she reportedly punished them for attempting to run her over using a vehicle.
Former Vice President Joe Biden will likely decide in the next two weeks if he will run for president in 2020, according to a report.
A New York City firefighter who plunged to his death off of a Brooklyn bridge Sunday evening had been trying to rescue two injured car crash victims trapped under their vehicle.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) struggled to explain how she would pay for $40 trillion in federal government programs during a Sunday interview with Anderson Cooper on CBS's 60 Minutes.
Tens of thousands of students and leaders at a Christian conference raised $400,000 to translate the Bible into unique sign languages in areas of the world with limited access to the Gospel.
A Pittsburgh-area woman is facing criminal charges for allegedly bagging $200,000 in food stamps while she operated a business that received $1.24 million from Pennsylvania's Department of Human Services.
A former Illinois high school teacher accused of sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy had her bail set at $1 million on Thursday.
A Washington state judge set a trial date for the welfare fraud case of Rachel Dolezal, a white woman who made her claim to fame by posing as a black woman for decades.
Federal officials charged powerful Democrat Chicago Alderman Edward Burke on Thursday for allegedly using his elected position to solicit business for his private law firm.
A Florida man was arrested on Sunday after he allegedly attacked a female McDonald's employee over a disagreement about straws, according to a video.
Outgoing Ohio Gov. John Kasich gave Senator-elect Mitt Romney (R-UT) a virtual pat on the back Tuesday, endorsing Romney'sWashington Post op-ed bashing President Donald Trump's character.
Oregon has become the latest state to allow animals mowed down by vehicles to be harvested for human consumption.
Philadelphia's first homicide of 2019 took place just 12 minutes after the clock struck midnight on New Year's Day when a bullet fatally struck a man in the head.
Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) shot back at outgoing Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), criticizing her for calling her a "thing" and referring to her as a "bright shiny new object.
The Rev. Franklin Graham called Facebook's decision to place a temporary ban on his account a "personal attack" on him in a Sunday interview with Fox News.
A deaf dog is being hailed as a hero for saving the lives of a couple who escaped a fire that broke out in their New Hampshire home on Saturday.
A Louisiana police department issued a tongue-in-cheek warning to methamphetamine users on Saturday, offering to inspect their meth supply for traces of the Zika virus.
Durex issued a recall for a few batches of its "real feel" condoms off store shelves in Canada after the condoms failed several tests on durability.
Facebook issued an apology for banning the Rev. Franklin Graham from posting on the social networking site for 24 hours and censoring one of his posts, a Facebook spokesperson announced Saturday.
A jetway collapsed at Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) Airport in Maryland, leaving at least six people injured, according to multiple reports.
A biological male living as a transgender female shopping at a GameStop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, lashed out at a male store clerk after he called the customer "sir.
Outgoing Maine Gov. Paul LePage decided to troll a Democratic candidate who won a House race on Friday by writing the words "stolen election" on an election certificate certifying the win.
A Guatemalan family filed a lawsuit against Universal Orlando theme park in Florida this month for not posting ride warning signs in Spanish.
The government office overseeing the nation's food stamp program will slim down 95 percent of its operations by the fifth day of the government shutdown, according to U.S.
Trump administration officials have been making efforts throughout the year to keep people from relying on food stamps and other forms of welfare, but they have also made strides in taking down criminals committing food stamp fraud for financial gain.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced it would be phasing out pointy-eared patrol dogs at airports in favor of "floppy ear dogs" to ease the concerns of airport passengers.
The Clinton Presidential Center announced Saturday that most operations at the center will remain closed throughout the duration of the partial government shutdown.
A four-year-old girl who spent her life in a Missouri hospital due to a lung condition is returning home for the first time— just before Christmas.
An Indiana mother is under investigation after authorities found her two sons, ages seven and four, home alone watching the 1990 film of the same name while she was at work, police said.
Chick-fil-A is growing at such a rapid pace that it is expected to become the third largest fast food chain in the U.S., surpassing competitors like Subway.
As "porch pirates" across the country set their sights on unopened delivered packages this holiday season, one Pennsylvania man is determined to give these thieves a taste of their own medicine.
A homeless man has been on a mission to make people feel like 100 bucks by handing out $100 bills to those who stop to pay attention to him.
Three brothers have found their forever home on Monday after a family adopted them out of foster care so they could stay together.
A truck driver rescued two dogs on Wednesday after a motorist flung the animals from a vehicle barreling down an upstate New York highway, police said Friday.
A Georgia store owner and ten of his customers pleaded guilty on Tuesday to food stamp fraud charges for their involvement in a scheme where customers traded food stamp benefits for cash.
Officials at a Greek Orthodox church in Chicago are hailing a last-minute anonymous donation as a "Christmas miracle" after the donation kept the property from going into foreclosure.
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.
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.