Animal welfare officials in Kansas City, Mo., reacted with disgust this week after a video surfaced in which a man is seen on a local high school football field, kicking a small black cat as if it were a football.
Plus, the U.S. plans to withdraw from the U.N.’s Human Right’s Council; GE to leave the Dow
Janet Napolitano, who served as Homeland Security secretary under President Barack Obama, said in an interview Tuesday that she once considered the option of separating families at the border but decided “pretty quickly that it would be a bad idea.”
Hurricane Maria ripped away part of the steel roof from Carmen Lidia Torres Mercado’s home in the Puerto Rican capital.
TIGARAS PORT, Indonesia — Indonesian officials say 166 people are missing from a ferry sinking Monday evening at a popular lake on Sumatra, a much higher number than previously believed.
Upset because Facebook and Google invade your privacy? Be glad you don’t live in China.
News Tuesday that FBI agent Peter Strzok was escorted from the FBI building and effectively suspended from his duties was long overdue and a welcome development.
Tensions over illegal immigration and family separations at the border boiled over on Capitol Hill Tuesday night, as President Trump was met with profanity and heckling, blue-faced congressmen on his way to a meeting with top House Republicans.
A billboard in Texas made waves on social media Tuesday after its message was posted online.
A South Carolina city, once a crucial slave trading port, approved a symbolic resolution on Tuesday denouncing slavery, with the promise of change.
A man who opened fire at a Walmart Supercenter in Washington state on Sunday was reportedly a convicted felon and wasn’t allowed to have a gun.
NBA star LeBron James is still facing the heat after his team’s championship loss, as a California-based brewer reportedly promoted a new beer over the weekend dubbed “Lebron Tears.”