A California firefighter rescued a veteran's dog from a fire 21 years to the day after his own dog was saved from a fire.
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A "Back the Blue" car parade honoring members of local law enforcement was held in Osceola County, Florida, on Saturday.
A Washington, DC, artist put the finishing touches on his patriotic piece of art in time for the Fourth of July out in the Nevada desert, where he used rocks to create a life-sized Preamble to the Constitution along a highway.
Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who claimed to be black in 2015, is now saying that she has been "vindicated" by the Black Lives Matter movement— or at least that is what she claims people have been telling her.
A 19-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted and beaten by another woman at theForest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink Station in St. Louis, Missouri, on Thursday.
Former 1988 Democrat presidential candidate Michael Dukakis is warning former Vice President and presumptive 2020 Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden that he should not take polls too seriously.
A "Defund the Police" mural painted outside Milwaukee's City Hall had one letter painted over by an anonymous group, so the phrase spelled out "Defend the Police," according to multiple reports.
A family from Toronto, Canada, is lucky to be alive after their neighbor's dog named Georgia alerted them to a fire inside their home, according to a video.
Hundreds of troops with the Washington, DC, National Guard have mobilized to provide security for our monuments in the nation's capital, according to a Pentagon spokesperson.
Nearly 100 protesters called for the removal of a statue of New York public works and parks czar Robert Moses in Long Island on Saturday.
A man allegedly lit a firework and threw it at a homeless man lying down in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City, fleeing as the firework explodes, according to a disturbing video.
A Florida man who refused to wear a mask before entering a Walmart defiantly fought his way through the store after an employee denied him entry.
A memorial dedicated to Holocaust survivors at a California cemetery was allegedly vandalized and pushed to the ground, where it broke into multiple pieces.
A Rikers Island inmate who was caught after attempting to escape last Thursday tried again Sunday and did not succeed.
Two plainclothes Pittsburgh Police detectives and a Good Samaritan stopped a man from jumping off of the Roberto Clemente Bridge Thursday morning, officials said.
The woman wanted for torching a Wendy's in Atlanta where Rayshard Brooks was killed might have been romantically involved with him, according to multiple reports.
An earthquake in northern Oklahoma struck the entire state, including in Tulsa shortly after President Donald Trump finished his comeback rally before thousands of supporters.
Crews removed two Confederate monuments in Raleigh, North Carolina, Saturday morning after protesters wrecked the two bronze soldiers which stood atop the 75-foot Confederate monument at the capitol Friday night.
The Atlanta Police Foundation announced Thursday that it would be paying every Atlanta Police Department Officer a $500 bonus with no city funds attached, the organization has confirmed with Breitbart News over the phone.
Hours after Quaker Oats announced that it would rename the Aunt Jemima logo on its brand of maple syrup and other breakfast foods, Uncle Ben's Rice announced that it would be changing its "brand identity" to "end racial biases and injustices.
A 21-year-old man accused of looting a gas station and restaurant in San Bernardino, California, during the George Floyd protests this month— an incident which has been livestreamed on Facebook— has been arrested.
A Washington state father and 12-year-old son teamed up to stab another 12-year-old boy as part of an ongoing fight between the two boys, police said.
An ABC News executive was placed on administrative leave for allegedly using racist language about the black employees at the network, including Good Morning America host Robin Roberts.
Workers removing a statue of Confederate Civil War leader Jefferson Davis found two surprises hidden inside its base.
A majority of truckers are vowing to halt deliveries to cities that defund or disband their police departments, according to a recent poll.
The U.S. has deployed its first female F-35A stealth fighter into combat, the U.S. Air Force announced Tuesday.
Families worldwide worked together to help an 18-month-old boy named Wilson in Ecuador with Centronuclear Myopathy find a ventilator as finding ventilators worldwide have been scarce due to the coronavirus.
Two more Atlanta police officers accused of using excessive force against two college students during the George Floyd protests in the city late last month have been fired, a spokesperson for the police said Wednesday.
Splash Mountain, one of Disney's most beloved rides at Walt Disney World in Florida, Tokyo Disneyland, and at Disneyland in California, is being criticized by social media users and Change.org supporters who say the ride's racial overtones need to be "re-themed.
A Las Vegas cop who was shot in the head attempting to disperse a crowd of protesters on the Vegas Strip last week will likely need to be on a ventilator for the rest of his life, his family announced Tuesday.
The Navy's top admiral has ordered that the Confederate battle flag be prohibited from display on naval bases, ships, aircraft, and submarines.
Hundreds of people mourned at a public visitation Tuesday for retired St. Louis Police Capt. David Dorn, who was shot and killed by a looter during the protests over George Floyd's death in the city.
As thousands of Oregon residents wait to receive their unemployment benefits in the mail, one man received twice the amount he was supposed to obtain from the Oregon Employment Department in the form of 37 checks.
A man accused of shooting a Chicago Police Department (CPD) officer in the South Austin neighborhood of the city has been charged with attempted murder.
Democrat L.A. City Council Member Pushed to Cut LAPD Funding While Having Private LAPD Detail at Home
Democrat Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez advocated for drastic cuts to the Los Angeles Police Department's (LAPD) budget— all while having a private LAPD police unit stationed outside her home since April.
Past and present members of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration are protesting the mayor over his handling of the recent unrest in the city, demanding immediate police reform.
Coronavirus patients without symptoms, or asymptomatic patients, are not the ones spreading the virus, the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) announced Monday.
More California businesses are getting the okay to reopen this week as things slow down during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Rhode Island doughnut shop announced via social media that it would no longer offer police or military discounts because of recent accusations of racism and social injustice against a local police department.
Two Texas men revived a baby deer found lifeless at a lake in Tyler, Texas, by performing CPR and blowing into the animal's mouth.
A man allegedly stabbed a cop from the New York Police Department (NYPD) and yelled out "Allahu Akbar" as he stabbed his victim, according to a video released by the NYPD Saturday.
An Illinois cop had a dance-off with some protesters peacefully demonstrating against George Floyd's death Friday night.
A federal judge in Denver, Colorado, issued an order late Friday night limiting the use of non-lethal projectiles and tear gas at protests, saying that the protesters' First Amendment rights were more important than protecting property.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) threw her support behind a movement that would defund the New York Police Department in the wake of George Floyd's death, the goal of which is to combat police brutality.
Amazon failed to protect its employees from the coronavirus at a New York warehouse facility, according to a lawsuit filed by three employees from the warehouse.
A community of Oklahomans raised more than $70,000 through a GoFundMe page to help the nonprofit Dress for Success Oklahoma City rebuild after looters trashed it during riots that occurred following the death of George Floyd.
A Minneapolis middle school in the middle of a "food desert," because of riots that began following the death of George Floyd, asked people to donate food for students and received an overwhelming response from people who wanted to help.
The Minnesota National Guard has been helping out communities impacted by the riots following George Floyd's death last week in Minneapolis.
A man was arrested in Orlando, Florida, after he allegedly tried to stab several officers with an exposed syringe during the protests throughout the city, police said.
Ferguson, Missouri, made history Tuesday when it elected city council member Ella Jones as its first ever black mayor.
A man is facing federal charges after he allegedly set fire to a Chicago Police Department car— all while wearing a Joker mask, which partially obscured his face.
One hundred and thirty-two police Chicago police officers were injured during this weekend's riots after George Floyd's May 25th death in Minneapolis police custody.
An SUV full of suspected looters plowed into a New York Police Department (NYPD) officer trying to stop them in Manhattan early Monday.
An NBC News reporter covering the riots over George Floyd's death in Seattle was hit with a flash-bang grenade during a live broadcast on Monday night.
Some of George Floyd's children denounced the violent protests that took place across the United States over the past weekend, encouraging peaceful protests in memory of their father instead.
The chief of the Richmond, Virginia, police department said Sunday that rioters set fire to a multi-family home with a child inside while blocking access for firefighters to get through to save the child.
A group of volunteers was spotted cleaning up graffiti and boarding up buildings of businesses in downtown Seattle Sunday morning after riots over the death of George Floyd the night before decimated the city.
An Ohio animal hospital is seeking to help police horses injured during the riots that took place across the country this weekend -- free of charge.
As protests over George Floyd's death enter their fifth day and tensions between protesters and the police remain at an all-time high in some areas, some police officers and sheriff's deputies across the country are standing with the protesters.
One man was shot and killed and 61 protesters were arrested in downtown Detroit after tensions escalated between protesters and police officers over the riots concerning George Floyd's death.
More than 170 St. Paul, Minnesota, businesses were looted or damaged during the riots over George Floyd's death, police said.
A Florida teenager has beaten the odds of homelessness to become the top graduating student in his high school class.
California's hospitals are in financial trouble after they prepared for a coronavirus onslaught that never came.
A California sheriff is vowing to look the other way as it pertains to enforcing an order requiring that residents wear masks in public.
Massachusetts Police confiscated more than $138,000 from one unlucky traveler who missed his flight out of Boston's Logan Airport.
A Las Vegas casino owner is celebrating his casinos' June 4 reopening by giving away 1,000 free one-way flights to Las Vegas from 24 U.S. cities.
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday a plan that would drastically lower the cost of insulin for Medicare enrollees to $35 a month.
Walt Disney World is planning on a phased reopening plan that would gradually open up its four parks in July, while SeaWorld Orlando plans to open its parks in June.
Democrat Charlotte City CouncilmanLarken Egleston said Monday there was "no way" the GOP convention scheduled to take place August 24 could go on as planned due to the coronavirus.
A graphic video posted on Facebook showed a white Minneapolis cop kneeling on the neck of a black man while making an arrest, with the black man pleading that he could not breathe.
A Miami mother allegedly faked her son's abduction by trying to drown him twice, with witnesses rescuing him from the canal the first time and the second time resulting in his death, officials said.
Democrat New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told a group of reporters Monday that coronavirus projections from the experts were all misleading, and that he is no longer speculating because of it.
The FBI has joined three states— Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania— in a massive manhunt for a University of Connecticut student who police say is responsible for two homicides, a home invasion, and a kidnapping.
A World War II veteran about to turn 100 years old in June has made it his quest to walk 100 miles to raise money for those suffering financially from the coronavirus pandemic.
A ten-year-old California girl was caught on camera chasing off a suspected burglar while she was waiting in the family's car in the driveway of their home.
A war memorial in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has been vandalized with red spray paint overnight on Memorial Day.
Both the Edenville and Sanford dams failed in Michigan last Tuesday, causing severe flooding in the state that caused many to evacuate their homes.
An Ohio veteran is having an extra celebration this Memorial Day weekend as he will finally be graduating from high school at the age of 91.
A $21 million field hospital in Brooklyn, New York, authorized by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic opened and closed without seeing any patients.
A car wash employee in Greenville, North Carolina, discovered a $1,200 stimulus check in the trash and made sure it was returned to its intended recipient.
A California skateboarder caused some controversy this week after a video surfaced of him attempting to do skateboard tricks on the walls of a memorial honoring veterans.
Democrat New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said New York's one-day coronavirus death toll has fallen below 100 for the first time in weeks.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is giving $5 million to Andrew Yang's universal basic income group called Humanity Forward.
A Texas dad recently drove more than 1,000 miles to surprise his daughter with a Chick-fil-A meal on her birthday.
A New Jersey gym that opened in defiance of the state's stay-at-home order has been shut down by the state's health department.
A video of what appears to be a massive crowd congregating outside a Brooklyn building and twerking on top of cars went viral over the weekend, causing the police to investigate.
The Florida Keys will reopen to tourists starting June 1, allowing hotels to resume business at 50 percent capacity, Monroe County officials said.
Police made at least seven arrests and at least several police officers were injured in Florida after a weekend block party attended by 3,000 people went out of control, according to reports and video.
A gym in Camden County, New Jersey, was met with protests as it reopened in defiance of the state orders that shut down nonessential businesses to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, according to videos of the incident.
A dog named Diesel is back with his South Carolina family after the two spent nearly a year apart, police said.
A U.S. postal service worker from New Hampshire who saw many graduating high school seniors could not have a traditional graduation ceremony because of the coronavirus left $5 Dunkin' Donuts gift cards in their mailboxes.
A Nigerian fraud ring has allegedly stolen millions of U.S. unemployment benefits meant to help jobless Americans.
One hundred and forty drones launched up to 500 feet in the sky in Nashville to put on a light show to honor the city's frontline workers.
Tennessee announced Friday that it would start reopening amusement parks and theaters, as well as lift capacity restrictions on restaurants and shops beginning next week.
The Pennsylvania state Supreme Court on Friday rejected a lawsuit that would force elections officials to accept mail-in-ballots as long as they are received within a week after the primary or general elections while the coronavirus pandemic is in place.
A Canadian woman and a California man who met the day before the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting escaped the shooting together and have since fallen in love and tied the knot.
President Donald Trump shared a tweet of a local television reporter being confronted by anti-shutdown protesters in Long Island, New York, who called him "fake news."
Former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama have broadcast themselves reading a children's book aloud to the interwebs while "Obamagate" revelations about former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn have erupted.
A New Jersey man who knew first-hand how important it is to stay connected with relatives started collecting iPads to enable the elderly in care homes and hospitals to see their families.
New York City's health commissioner rejected an urgent request by the New York Police Department (NYPD) for 500,000 surgical masks as the coronavirus crisis surged, telling a high-ranking police official, "I don’t give two rats’ asses about your cops,” according to a report.