Roof faces 33 federal charges, including "hate crimes, weapons charges and obstructing the practice of religion."
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It's the first time in 130 years pollsters have seen this happen.
Ono said he hoped discussing his own past would show the "light at the end of the tunnel."
Somehow, we don't think he learned his lesson.
If you're looking to buy weed for twice the price, these guys have you covered.
It's hard not to see this as a deliberate 'screw you' to Black Lives Matter.
Pakistan says the strike was yet another violation of the country's sovereignty.
The BBB received "multiple complaints" about Kylie Cosmetics' new lip kits.
The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus thinks they may have been intentionally humiliated.
"... That's what the American people are saying," Sanders added.
Twitch says it contacts police when it learns of a "credible threat of imminent physical harm or actual harm to others."
"It's crazy to me that a parent would OK dressing our daughter like she 16."
"You, the American voter" are the problem, says 'The Federalist' senior editor David Harsanyi.
The church said it was "perfectly clear" it supports prosecuting assaults and called the allegations "gotcha journalism."
In fact, it's not even clear if Trump donated the $1 million he promised to deliver personally.
The plane was en route from Paris to Cairo.
That elusive "ugly women" vote.
That hot, fresh cup of coffee needs to be removed from your waking-up routine.
"State prison was the only appropriate sentence," Suffolk County DA Daniel F. Conley said.
Faced with a difficult choice, Mary Anne Noland of Richmond, Virginia, chose the road less traveled.
It's impossible to predict, but let's do it anyways.
Pages like "Trump Nation" exist to suck money out of Trump voters' wallets.
Way better than actually being stuck in a subway car with the real Trump.
North Carolina man Gill Parker Payne could receive up to a year in prison.
Kelly asked the Texas lieutenant governor for evidence to support his position, but he didn't have any.