The 41st president died Friday at the age of 94
As many as 100 people, including top TV personalities, were reportedly either laid off or will not have their expiring contracts renewed.
The death of the majority owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers left some questions about what would happen to his fortune.
Sean Spicer's comparison of Adolf Hitler to the Syrian president was just the latest verbal flub from President Donald Trump's White House press secretary.
The secretary of education made a case for guns to be in schools while she was testifying during her Senate confirmation hearing.
Conversely, federal arrests for drugs, probation or parole violations, property crimes and guns were all down significantly.
If Deedra Abboud can secure the Democratic nomination, she would face off against an incumbent who has taken a very active stance against discriminatory rhetoric that targets Muslims.
President Donald Trump cited the chemical attack as the primary reason behind the military response from the U.S. that included 59 Tomoahawk missiles.
A police department in Central Florida debuted a new anti-drug ad that resembled propaganda from a certain global terror group.
Foreign relations leaders from a handful of countries, including the U.S., have made some bold threats in the days following American airstrikes against a Syrian air base.
Steele has not publicly addressed ESPN's personnel move.
The Facebook page where the pictures were posted to was called Glorious Order of the Sextant and described as being "dedicated to the preservation of those nautical, professional, and social traditions of the Iowa State Naval ROTC that are worth preserving."
However, the overall national unemployment rate has fallen in each of President Donald Trump's first two months of office.
The Tampa Bay Times analyzed data over a number of years to reach a damning, if not obvious, conclusion.
The rapper had some choice words for a Twitter user that has sparked a social media uproar over race.
The news comes after an absence from the spotlight and amid rumors that Conway may be facing an exit from Trump's White House.
The move was greeted with glee by black people on Twitter after Steele previously had some choice words for African-Americans.
"There are way more questions than answers here."
The proposed regulations could force travelers to hand over financial documents and passwords to social media accounts.
The basketball legend was hired by his college alma mater on Monday.
Comments left on an online forum rejoiced after explosions in the Russian subway system.
At least one explosion went off in the metro in St. Petersburg on Monday.
A U.K. betting house "didn’t even offer odds on Obama being impeached or resigning, which speaks volumes about the current President."
The U.S. is "the chieftain of aggression and disturber of peace" in Asia, a North Korean political party said.
Hasel Afshar was the target of hateful anti-Muslim vandalism in his own home, but he is not a Muslim at all.
James Woolsey penned a doomsday scenario op-ed for the Hill this week.
Dress codes have recently come under scrutiny around the world, and not just on college campuses.
"I'm not Muslim, I just grow a beard," the Iranian-born victim said.
The turning point may have come in 2013.
It was the second "non-combat related casualty" in as many months.