Elizabeth Warren Is Polling Ahead Of Bernie Sanders For The First Time In Two New 2020 Election Surveys
For the first time since entering the 2020 race, Elizabeth Warren is ahead of Bernie Sanders by more than the margin of error in a national poll.
At least 880 people have been shot in the city this year
Last month Facebook declined to remove a manipulated video of Nancy Pelosi even after it was viewed millions of times
President Donald Trump on Wednesday accused journalists of being “untrusting” after one of them asked if national security officials would...
A retired peace officer with experience in training police officers in the use of force said the Vallejo police officers' fatal shooting of rap artist Willie McCoy, 20, in a Taco Bell drive-thru in February was reasonable and in line with modern training and police practices, the city attorney said.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A federal judge awarded a Muslim-American radio host $4.1 million in monetary damages Wednesday after he successfully sued a neo-Nazi website operator who falsely accused him of terrorism. SiriusXM Radio show host Dean Obeidallah filed the civil complaint against The Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin, who hasn't responded to Obeidallah's libel lawsuit. Anglin's whereabouts are unclear. Last month, U.S. District Court Judge Edmund Sargus Jr. agreed to enter a default judgment against Anglin and his company, Moonbase Holdings LLC. Sargus announced the award after a Wednesday morning hearing. The judge said he was convinced nothing in Anglin's statements were protected speech under the First Amendment. He also issued an injunction ordering the materials about Obeidallah taken down from the website and forbidding Anglin from discussing them further. During the hearing, Obeidallah explained the shock he felt after Anglin published an article about him in June 2017, alleging that he was responsible for the May 2017 terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester in England. In his lawsuit, Obeidallah alleged the site embedded fabricated messages in the post to make them seem like they had been sent from Obeidallah's Twitter account, tricking readers into believing he took responsibility for the Manchester attack. That mix of real and fake tweets made the article all the more insidious, Obeidallah testified Wednesday. Afterward, he received death threats and now worries about his safety and that of his family, he testified. In the lawsuit, Obeidallah said Anglin libeled him, invaded his privacy and intentionally inflicted "emotional distress." After the hearing, Obeidallah praised the ruling and the message it sends to Anglin "and others...
The school district said the police should not have been called and "there were some clear missteps" in how they handled the incident.
The feminist Russian band is set to play at Saturn in Birmingham on July 11.
A neighbor who had in the past cut the woman's grass was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping, burglary, rape, assault and menacing with a weapon.
Ford is recalling 1.2 million Explorers over a problem with their suspensions.
WASHINGTON -- The bill that permanently authorizes the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund passed out of the House Judiciary Committee unanimously on Wednesday. The move comes a day after former "The Dail...
The bills Mitch McConnell blocked would subject voting machine vendors to new regulations.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is in the middle of a heated Democratic presidential primary, but that didn't stop him from taking a few minutes Tue...
After investigative journalist Ivan Golunov was released on Tuesday, protesters' focus turned to those responsible for his detention.
Five Inmates At A New Jersey Jail Came Down With The Mumps. Now The Entire Facility Is Under Quarantine
Five inmates have been diagnosed with the mumps, though doctors are still waiting to get back test results to confirm the diagnosis.
Foreign ministry threatens urgent reprisals to 'deter Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militias'
Google fired several of its largest lobbying firm shuffled lobbyists and other political consultants amid a possible antitrust probe by the U.S. Justice Department, a report said.
Instagram will refrain from taking down an ultra realistic 'deepfake video' posted Tuesday of Facebook's CEO bragging about controlling billions of people's 'stolen' personal data.
President claims without evidence that polling institutions 'suppress the numbers' against him