Trump is trying to prove he's not a racist by calling Clinton one. It's going about as well as you'd expect.
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Fortunately, no deaths or injuries were reported as a result of the storm.
Looks like everyone's favorite U.S. swimmer will soon be dancing towards a rehabilitated image on ABC.
Witter, 80, spent years trying to convince officials she was on the street because Social Security mismanaged her payments.
Trump is funneling a yuge percentage of campaign donations back to himself, family and business associates.
According to Lewandowski, Trump spoke in Chicago and "The campus was overrun and it was not a safe environment."
Trump said "everybody" who supports him should prevent fraud on Election Day, adding his fans "know what I'm talking about."
Curtis Ellis, who was billed as one of Trump's economic advisers this month, wrote Democrats "literally" want to kill white people
Yes, a real 12-year-old — not a figurative one, like certain presidential candidates.
Maybe a little bit of an overreaction. Maybe.
Ethiopian runner Feyisa Lilesa defied a government which has killed hundreds of people in recent months.
Trump seems to be considering flip-flopping on immigration, but campaign manager Kellyanne Conway wouldn't say so on Sunday.
Authorities believe the blast was a "terror attack," though investigations are ongoing.
"Religious freedom" laws allow for religious discrimination against LGBTQ people, Judge Sean F. Cox ruled on Thursday.
Omran Daqneesh, whose photo in the wake of an airstrike in Syria made international news this week, has lost his brother.
"America's toughest sheriff" may find himself behind bars for refusing to comply with orders from a federal judge.
Police say the suspect said he would go to the "next Donald Trump rally" and attack "more of the Black Lives Matter group."
Trump seems to be planning for the evil he does to live after him, regardless of the outcome on Nov. 8.
Women, however, remain in peak shape.
And that's despite Efron possessing zero gold medals in Olympics sporting events.
"If we do not do our jobs, then it's still possible for [Clinton] to lose."
The protesters Lt. Victor Gearhart deemed "thugs" were nonviolent, according to the 'Baltimore Sun.'
Around 1 million employees and many other guests will now be granted equal bathroom rights.