30 years after their iconic breakthrough album 'Nevermind' changed the music scene, Nirvana faces a lawsuit for its controversial cover.
Compare the leniency this 'career criminal' was afforded to the ruthless treatment of the Jan. 6 protesters.
'For two and a half years that she has been mayor, she has vilified the police,' Chicago FOP President John Catanzara told Fox News.
A new poll shows the depth of anger New Yorkers feel about their governor -- and Cuomo's attempt at excuses didn't help.
Victims Riley and his mother, Abbey, were confronted by the two women as they waited to be seated at a restaurant, per Abbey's account.
The Biden administration, which earlier said there was no legal way to keep an eviction moratorium in place, is no longer worrying about that.
Portland PD Tries to Revive Gun Violence Unit After Canning It Over Racial Concerns, Can't Find Recruits
'They’re demonizing and vilifying you, and then they want to put you in a unit where you’re under an even bigger microscope.'
Democrats, Whose Party Calls the Filibuster 'Racist,' Are Fleeing TX to Block Election Integrity Bill
Instead of battling election integrity legislation on the floor, Texas Democrats decided to bravely run away to Washington.
The Zinn Education Project is organizing left-wing teachers in an effort to dismantle conservative efforts to curb critical race theory.
The US Supreme Court upheld Arizona's two controversial voting rules in a 6-3 decision on Thursday, dealing a major blow to Democrats.
New York City has seen worsening violence for a few years already, but now these attacks are starting to target cops.
New York Suspends Rudy Giuliani's License for Alleged 'False and Misleading Statements' About Election
'We conclude that respondent’s conduct immediately threatens the public interest and warrants interim suspension from the practice of law.'
Californina mulls extending the eviction moratorium until low-wage workers return to work despite incentivizing them to stay at home.
A federal judge sided with Florida on Friday, approving the state's injunction against the CDC's order restricting the cruise industry.
McCloskeys Plead Guilty, Come Out Swinging with Fiery Statement: 'By G** I Did It, And I'd Do It Again'
The St. Louis couple who went viral last year for waving guns at protesters pleaded guilty to minor charges on Thursday.
Justice Stephen Breyer wrote the majority opinion with Justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch dissenting.
Op-Ed: Remember the 'Karen' Who Called the Cops on a Black Birdwatcher? She Might Get the Last Laugh
'While social media can cancel anyone they want at any time, cancel culture doesn’t legally extend to the workplace.'
Roughly 9,000 officers converged on 700 locations in Australia, New Zealand, the U.S. and Europe. It took a mere 48 hours.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas has won a legal battle with the Federal Election Commission over donations to his campaign.
The US government argued that a Georgia police officer's actions violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
A prominent beauty influencer is suing Sephora for defamation, alleging that the company targeted her for being a conservative Christian.