President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election campaign is preparing to unveil a mobile app aimed at engaging Trump's most loyal supporters, according to a report.
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A team of firefighters in Buffalo, New York, put aside their suits and helmets on Sunday to throw a birthday party for a six-year-old boy whose house burnt down just days before.
The city of Boston is facing a religious discrimination suit for banning a Christian flag while allowing 284 other flags to fly at an event, according to a federal lawsuit filed last week.
An enthusiastic praise and worship a cappella group belted out a rendition of Bill Withers' "Lean on Me" in a Nashville Chick-fil-A this month, much to the delight of customers and workers.
Democrat Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti posted a video message Saturday for Los Angeles residents and those in the country illegally, telling them the city would not be "coordinating" with federal immigration officials carrying out raids.
Jeffrey Epstein, who is accused of multiple sex-trafficking charges in New York, allegedly paid $350,000 to silence potential witnesses, prosecutors said Friday.
A former photographer of JonBenet Ramsey is accused of several counts of child pornography after a year-long investigation, according to multiple reports.
Billionaire home-builder Bill Pulte donated $30,000 to a veteran on Wednesday with a little help from President Donald Trump.
Former 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sent a Thursday tweet criticizing the Trump administration for using "fear and bigotry" to conduct ICE raids and push for a citizenship question on the next census.
A Canadian man plunged 188-feet over the largest waterfall at Niagara Falls into the raging waters on Tuesday at 4 a.m. and survived with non-life-threatening injuries.
California is the first state to allow taxpayer-funded health care benefits to go towards people residing in the U.S. illegally.
Disney is reportedly refusing to let a grieving father in a suburb of London place an etching of Spider-Man on his late four-year-old son's tombstone because the media conglomerate wants to "preserve the magic" of its characters.
An eight-month-old infant died and five other children were injured in a fire at their house early Sunday while their parents were out at a nightclub, police said.
The number of individuals participating in the nation's food stamp program has sunk to its lowest level in ten years, according to the latest data from the U.S.
A small sailboat got an electrifying jolt Saturday when it burst into flames in a Boston harbor, according to video footage of the incident.
Three officers from the New York Police Department (NYPD) decided to pay a woman's grocery tab instead of arresting her for alleged shoplifting.
A 20-year-old uncle is suffering from second-to-third degree burns in the hospital after he ran into his burning home in Aberdeen, Washington, to save his niece.
A gas explosion at a shopping center in Plantation, Florida, on Saturday left at least 20 people injured, according to multiple reports and officials at the scene.
Texas authorities have identified the Walmart store where a woman was caught on camera licking a tub of Blue Bell's Tin Roof ice cream before placing it back in a store freezer.
Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw is calling for an "anti-mask" law to deter the throngs of Antifa protesters that descended upon the city on Saturday.
President Donald Trump is considering if he should use an executive order to get a citizenship question on the 2020 census, according to a report released Thursday.
Millennials are leaving large cities and heading for the suburbs, all due to rising costs of homes in the area, according to a report.
Tens of thousands of high school students packed a stadium at a Christian conference to raise $57,000 for abused women and the homeless throughout the country.
Blue Bell Creameries is responding after a viral video posted Saturday showed a customer licking a tub of Blue Bell ice cream at a store before placing it back inside the freezer.
A 93-year-old Holocaust survivor spoke out against Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's (D-NY) statements last week comparing migrant detention centers to concentration camps.
A server at a Florida restaurant going through a rough time received a very nice surprise at the end of her shift.
California's Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a $215 billion budget on Thursday, which includes taxpayer-funded health care for illegal aliens.
A father of two from Denver who was forced to disembark his flight leaving the Dominican Republic when he became ill on Sunday has died, according to family members.
A teenage girl from Argentina slipped into a coma on her trip to the Dominican Republic, with doctors saying she may have a life-threatening diabetic condition.
A Nebraska woman is avoiding jail time after she tried to compete with her half sister over who could have sex with their dad first.
A growing number of Democrat 2020 candidates are describing former Vice President Joe Biden as a "disaster waiting to happen" if he is chosen to represent Democrats as the front runner in the 2020 presidential election.
A North Carolina woman inspired by the movie "Wedding Crashers" tried to poison her fiancéby sneaking eye drops into his drink, police said.
The owners of an Ohio butcher shop pleaded guilty Friday to 25 counts of food stamp fraud totaling $3.4 million.
A 17-year-old boy was left with horrific injuries, including a broken jaw and several missing teeth, after an e-cigarette exploded in his face, according to a recent report.
A K9 officer in Ohio is already getting attention on his first day at work for making a heroin and fentanyl bust while on the job.
A man was arrested for attempting to smuggle a flock of 34 finches past U.S. customs at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York on Sunday, officials said.
A ten-year-old girl and her mother were found dead inside their New York City apartment Saturday afternoon and a man suffered a bullet wound to his head, police said.
Several Democrat New York lawmakers are pushing for increased restrictions on helicopters flying around the city because it is just "too dangerous."
Democrat 2020 presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced Thursday that Democrat Stacey Abrams should have won her Georgia gubernatorial race.
A Texas couple's dream getaway to Fiji ended tragically after they fell sick from a mysterious illness.
Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) warned potential 2020 Democrats to "go hard or go home" in their impeachment efforts against President Trump.
Two military veterans stormed out of a private meeting with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) after she made a few remarks bashing President Donald Trump's foreign policy.
Three California women are accused of running a $6 million food stamp fraud scheme where they illegally exchanged Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for cash, prosecutors said.
Democrat 2020 presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke funneled roughly $110,000 in campaign money to a private web development company he and his wife owned at one time while he served as a congressman.
A Florida business owner was found guilty of conducting a multi-million-dollar food stamp fraud scheme where he exchanged bribes and other favors with daycare centers to secure catering contracts.
Left-wing billionaire and activist Tom Steyer said Monday that President Donald Trump could still be impeached even if special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence that Trump's 2016 presidential campaign coordinated or colluded with the Russian government.
President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani told the Hill on Monday that special counsel Robert Mueller's probe was "bad" for America and "never should have happened."
A DoubleTree hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado, fired multiple employees and issued an apology after the hotel displayed a sign refusing service to members of the military and their guests who had been attending a post-deployment celebration held at the hotel.
Police have arrested a man suspected of brutally kicking a 78-year-old woman multiple times on a New York City subway, the NYPD announced Saturday.
Maine lawmakers are considering legislation that would expand their current ranked-choice voting system to presidential elections.
Patti Davis, the daughter of former President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan, revealed in a Tuesday interview that her father would be "horrified" by what the U.S.
About 1,600 hotel guests in South Korea were secretly recorded, with the footage of their every move live-streamed online to paying customers, police said Wednesday.
The family of a North Carolina man killed by an illegal alien from Mexico is encouraging officials to deport the Mexican national after he completes his prison term.
A U.S. Marine veteran won a 20-year fight against his homeowners' association (HOA)to fly an American flag on his property.
Police say five MS-13 gang members stabbed a 16-year-old boy 100 times in Maryland last weekend before driving his body to a remote area of Virginia and setting it ablaze.
A teenager smashed an egg over an Australian lawmaker during a Saturday press conference after the politician blamed the New Zealand mosque shooting on Muslim immigration.
A Florida woman is accused of putting false information down on her public assistance applications to collect $26,000 in Medicaid and food stamps.
An MS-13 gang member killed a man for wearing a jersey with former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning's name on it to gain more recognition within the gang, prosecutors said Tuesday.
A Georgia school bus driver is accused of driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs while headed to pick up school children.
A Virginia woman hit the jackpot of lucky streaks, winning the state lottery a total of 30 times in one day.
Hundreds of people got their first glimpse of a giant crucifix frozen under Lake Michigan on Saturday after the cross became visible to the public for the first time since 2015.
A homeless man and a woman from New Jersey pleaded guilty to two different charges in federal court on Wednesday for orchestrating a GoFundMe scam that conned unsuspecting donors out of $400,000.
Authorities arrested an 18-year-old mother in Oklahoma after her nine-month-old tested positive for opioids at a local hospital, police said.
A pair of first cousins who married in Colorado are seeking to have their union legally recognized in their home state of Utah.
Wisconsin Democrat Gov. Tony Evers announced that illegal aliens would be eligible to receive state-issued identification cards, such as driver's licenses, if his first budget proposal is approved.
A CNN focus group of six potential Democrat voters unanimously rejected former Vice President Joe Biden as a potential 2020 Democratic presidential nominee.
A ten-year-old Florida boy raised more than $27,000 as of Monday for law enforcement by running one mile for each fallen police officer of 2018.
A married 38-year-old special education teacher is accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old student when he was 11 years old more than 100 times. She is being ordered to stand trial as a result of the student's allegations against her.
A fire destroyed nearly everything inside West Virginia church except for a cross and several bibles left untouched by the flames.
The New York Police Department (NYPD) received a tip that MS-13 members are plotting to "hit" police officers residing in Long Island to gain street credibility with the gang.
A Florida man who padded his resume to bag a six-figure job at Fort Lauderdale's city hall is under criminal investigation by state authorities, officials said.
A woman who brutally attacked a Los Angeles man with a brick was sentenced Tuesday to 15 years in prison.
A former Washington, DC, government employee was convicted Wednesday of running a $400,000 welfare fraud scheme where he pocketed funds meant for D.C. residents.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) said Thursday in a CNN interview that disgraced former Trump attorney Michael Cohen's testimony before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee "could lead" to President Trump's impeachment.
Louisiana's Cajun Navy headed to Tennessee on Tuesday to assist areas of the state ravaged by flooding after a strong storm pummeled the area.
A Brazilian national arrested for allegedly assaulting a man wearing a “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) hat was in the U.S. illegally, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials said.
Three top consultants to the 2016 presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) are leaving his recently launched 2020 Democratic presidential bid over "creative differences."
Comedian and former host of The Daily Show Jon Stewart praised the Trump administration and implored Congress to support 9/11 first responders while on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on Monday.
Kristina Rasmussen, the vice president of federal affairs for the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA), said that the government needs to do more to crack down on food stamp fraud because many of the benefits are going to those "willing to abuse the system.
Nebraska StateSen. Ernie Chambers (I-Omaha) referred to the American flag as “a rag” and compared it to a swastika during a Tuesday speech on the floor of the state legislative chamber.
A New York man intentionally plowed his vehicle into a family of eight outside of a 7-Eleven on Wednesday, killing the mother after the father told him not to smoke near his children, police said.
Police are looking for two men caught on camera posing as FBI agents in an alleged home invasion in Miami Lakes, Florida, according to a video released Wednesday.
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.
A Missouri man accused of using tape to bind a small dog and throw him into a ditch last week thought the animal was spying on him and giving the information to the police, authorities said.
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.