Fox News host Jesse Watters is under fire for a comment which critics say is a crass sex joke about First Daughter Ivanka Trump. Watch the video and read the transcript here.
Less than two weeks after a horrifying Cleveland murder was posted onto Facebook, a Thai man murdered his baby daughter and shared the video over Facebook Live.
Virginia gubernatorial candidate (and Minnesota native) Corey Stewart ignited an online firestorm over his opposition to New Orleans’ decision to remove monuments praising white supremacy and the Confederacy.
In her new PSA “Your brain on drug policy,” Rachael Leigh Cook revisits her 20-year-old anti-drug PSA to show how drug convictions for marijuana destroy far more lives than marijuana itself.
While some (not all) customers seem to like the limited edition Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino, the baristas who actually have to make the drink are less complimentary.
InfoWars host Alex Jones has been famous for decades, but his ex-wife Kelly rarely made the news until their ongoing legal battle to determine who gets custody of their three children.
Watch InfoWars host Alex Jones try to avoid contradicting his own lawyer’s claim that he is merely a “performance artist” while simultaneously convincing his fanbase that everything he says is real.
The lawyer for InfoWars’ Alex Jones, famous for conspiratorial railing against “fake news” and “false flag attacks,” says that Jones is merely a “performance artist” who is “playing a character.”
An overturned tractor-trailer spilled benzoyl chloride over Interstates 75 and 85 in Atlanta, Georgia early Monday morning, forcing closures of the highways in both directions.
The world saw Robert Godwin Sr.’s murder in a horrifying Facebook video on Easter Sunday. Police are still searching for his killer, Steve “Stevie Steve” Stephens.
The videos posted on “Stevie Steve’s” YouTube channel show no indication of the violence Steve Stephens is alleged to have committed in Cleveland on Easter Sunday.
Rallies in Berkeley, California turned violent as pro- and anti-Trump protesters clashed on April 15.
Days before the Japanese Prime Minister’s visit in January, Florida health inspectors found multiple safety code violations in the kitchen of Mar-A-Lago, Trump’s “Winter White House.”
An armed robber in DeKalb County, Georgia, robbed two men in a Texaco gas station parking lot, and even forced one man to remove his clothes. He was shot during another alleged robbery the next night.
In response to United’s treatment of David Dao, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie called on the federal governent to suspend regulations letting airlines “bump” paying passengers from their flights.