Record-breaking, triple-digit temperatures have been forecast, with a heat wave set to start this weekend in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada and California.
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The red-green axis of dedicated far-leftists and illiberal Islamists remains a baffling and enigmatic phenomenon to many.
Emboldened by the recent outburst of noxious anti-Semitism in America following the violence between Israel and Hamas in Gaza last month, Block the Boat was able to exploit a complicated mix of factors.
The man had been lounging by a pool for more than an hour in the Californian city before he collapsed due to heat stroke.
Nazis justified their mass murder of Jews by escalating the canard about Jews controlling the world into a struggle against "Jewish supremacy."
Aiden Fucci, 14, has pleaded not guilty after being accused of stabbing 13-year-old Tristyn Bailey 114 times.
America's top general told lawmakers that troops should be "widely read" and he wanted to understand "white rage"—prompting a barrage of criticism from the Fox News host.
Trump's former national security adviser told a QAnon podcast that the media will continue to attack the former president to keep "everybody off of the election fraud."
"The decision has been made and now it's time for our community to come together," Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton reportedly said after a ban on police using no-knock warrants was approved on Thursday.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley released a letter Thursday addressed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, asking its leaders to reprimand Canada for the country's restrictions on religious freedom during the pandemic.
Our enlightened ideals have always been accompanied by a violent streak, like an unholy double helix that is part of America's DNA.
When a white man drew his gun at him, Bush reportedly said, "Don't shoot me [and] I won't shoot you. Whites don't shoot whites."
The suit alleges the "Trump Train" group violated the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871 as well as Texas law by conspiring to "disrupt the campaign and intimidate its supporters."
Discussing President Joe Biden's "Build Back Better World" initiative presented at the G7 summit, the Council on Foreign Relations' David Sacks told Newsweek that, "on the one hand it's good that we do have a brand of our own, but the bad thing is that it's a terrible brand."
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters, which already serves 1.4 million workers, will form a new division and set aside money specifically to support its Amazon efforts.