The verdict of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and justice for Ahmaud Arbery, are the latest in a series of criminal cases exposing institutional racism.
"Help me take out the trash," Marina Zimmerman, a Republican primary challenger to Boebert, wrote on Twitter. Kinzinger retweeted her message.
Offering his economic takes, Trump also claimed that "within a year I would have been bigger than Saudi Arabia and Russia combined" in oil production.
"This whole story is made up. Sad she thinks bigotry gets her clout," Omar said, also calling Boebert a "buffoon."
Mississippi will defend its abortion ban before the Supreme Court on December 1. Back home, one in three Mississippi kids live in poverty.
Recent pictures show that a 'Mount Trumpmore" sculpture he was presented with in 2020 is displayed in his Florida home.
Romana Didulo has a history of calling for violence action in Canada during the pandemic, though none of her commands appear to have been carried out.
Rep. Elissa Slotkin said she received a "blunt message" from China's embassy in Washington, DC, telling her to call off the trip. It didn't happen.
Private messaging channels are awash with dangerous advice for people who want to remove COVID-19 vaccines from their body — a medical impossibility.
Voldymyr Zelensky said he has information that Russia is involved in a coup planned for December 1 or 2. The US has also warned of a Russian invasion.
Chappelle has been a prominent supporter of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts over the years, donating a total of $100,000.
A new coronavirus variant, named B.1.1.529, is spreading rapidly in southern Africa. It could be the nightmare result of vaccine inequality.
Greene said that McCarthy did not have the votes to clinch the speaker seat because he let conservatives like herself and Paul Gosar take "abuse."
The "Afghan Girl," 49, just arrived in Rome. She was photographed in Pakistan in 1984, during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan.
In his follow-up summary, the president's physician said Biden, who is now the oldest person to serve as president, remains healthy and fit to serve.
The Republican lawmaker's bill is highly unlikely to advance given the Democratic-controlled House and Senate.
Calamari had been investigated over valuable company perks, but his lawyer says that investigators have told him he won't be facing criminal charges.