Dozens of local officials around the state of Florida have joined together and challenged strict penalties set forth by the state that bar municipalities and counties from implementing their own firearm and ammunition regulations.
The National Archives on Saturday apologized for having blurred out signs in a photograph of the 2017 Women’s March in Washington D.C. showcased at the museum — saying it would review policies and replace the image.
CNN has labeled the Oscar-nominated blockbuster “Joker” as “controversial” over past concerns that it could “potentially” incite violence despite the film no longer having a strong presence in theaters.
A Harvard Law School professor filed a lawsuit against The New York Times over what he describes as “clickbait defamation” over a piece he wrote about convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
Twelve people were shot and five of them were killed in a total of eight separate shootings Saturday in Baltimore, according to reports.
Ronan Farrow’s new book shedding light on the Harvey Weinstein scandal was apparently so popular that dozens of potential jurors in the disgraced film mogul’s trial were dismissed for having read about the alleged crimes.
Former CBS anchor Charlie Rose admitted to having inappropriate relationships with staffers and acknowledge he had a rather leud nickname, according to newly-released deposition documents.
Philidelphia Mayor Jim Kenney criticized two men who wore blackface to the city’s annual New Year’s Day Mummers Parade, which has a history of racially offensive displays that have marred the event.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said Thursday that California’s government is not showing “urgency” in finding constructive solutions to the state’s homelessness epidemic.
CNN’s chief media correspondent Brian Stelter made a staggering omission from his top media stories of 2019… the ABC News cover-up of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
ABC News is airing a primetime special on convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein but is reportedly omitting the spiked 2015 interview its anchor Amy Robach conducted with one of his victims.
A CNN producer appeared to have abruptly resigned just weeks after he was implicated in leaked videos from the controversial conservative watchdog group Project Veritas by another network staffer of sexual misconduct.
The two states would join eight others in banning plastic bags altogether in an effort to cut pollution. Meanwhile, some small business owners are calling foul.
A county in North Dakota will decide Monday whether it will stop accepting refugees, potentially becoming the first since President Trump issued an executive order making it possible.
After her several appearances on cable news since her resignation from Congress last month, former Rep. Katie Hill, D-Calif., spoke out at length for the first time on Friday night about the alleged inappropriate relationships she had with subordinates.
The San Francisco 49ers suspended radio host Tim Ryan for saying on a Bay Area sports talk show that Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is great at faking handoffs because of his “dark skin with a dark football.”
A prominent women’s advocacy group has slammed NBC for repeatedly “protecting powerful men” following a report about former “America’s Got Talent” judge Gabrielle Union and the complaints she raised while working on the series, which critics suggest led to her unjust firing.
Famed self-help guru Tony Robbins said on Friday that he intends on suing BuzzFeed after the digital news outlet published a report about an alleged sexual assault by Robbins that took place decades ago.
NBC News Chairman Andy Lack appeared to downplay the growing calls for his network to conduct an outside investigation into its handling of the Matt Lauer misconduct allegations as well as the reported coverup of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
The New York Times is directing its journalists on when or when not to use the term “racist” in their reporting.