Trump supporter and former Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke was temporarily suspended from Twitter, after he made what Twitter believed was threats of violence against the media.
The Iran government began cracking down on protesters who took part in massive, anti-government protests over the past weekend. Iranian officials have cut off public access to the internet, in hopes of ending these demonstrations.
President Trump terminated all remaining members of the the HIV/AIDS council known as PACHA. The council was designed to provide insight and recommendations on how best to tackle the health epidemic.
Becoming effective in 2018, new laws in several states run the gamut from family leave to marijuana use, minimum wage increases and more stringent gun-related regulations.
Oregon state Court of Appeals, Thursday let stand $135,000 in damages levied against the owners of a Portland-area bakery for discrimination after they refused on religious grounds to prepare a wedding cake for a local lesbian couple.
The gymnast, McKayla Maroney, alleges the organization sought to buy her silence in regards to her abuse by former team physician Larry Nassar.
A Wisconsin schoolgirl who tried to kill a classmate to win favor with a fictional horror character named Slender Man was sentenced on Thursday to 25 years in a mental facility.
The Senate voted along party lines after midnight Tuesday to pass a sweeping $1.5 trillion tax bill and is now sending to the House for a final vote.
Social media giant Twitter has begun purging far-right accounts but some of the better known far-right accounts are still active.
Cybersecurity experts have confirmed that North Korean hackers have been targeting Bitcoin exchanges but have not yet succeeded.
Optimism about sports betting’s future has continued to grow since the Supreme Court agreed to hear New Jersey’s appeal.
A California jury has found Jose Ines Garcia Zarata not guilty of murdering Kate Steinle in 2015. Steinle's death stirred up the immigration conversation.
The Koch Bros, known for their advocacy of conservative policies are in the process of funding the Meredith Corp. acquisition of Time Inc.
Black Friday's record $5 billion in online sales reflect consumer confidence is at its highest point. Cyber Monday will be bigger
Why did it get to the point where Bitcoin has become so valuable that demand for it is continuing to spiral upward at a rapid pace?
Dish Network and CBS have reached an agreement on carriage dispute after millions of subscribers miss out on the San Diego Chargers and Dallas Cowboys game.
Tuesday afternoon, CBS announced it had fired Rose, who had cohosted the network's morning show "CBS This Morning" for five years.
'The Punisher': Gratuitous violence marks Netflix' newest Marvel hit.
Justice League is now in theaters but its still not as strong as the Marvel films. While the story is working, the film does not have any punch to it.
The Walt Disney company just announced they are expanding the Star Wars universe with a new lineup of films and shows debuting in 2019.