A former candidate for New York governor whose insults of Barack and Michelle Obama preceded calls for his ouster from the Buffalo school board has been removed from the post
Two men who identify themselves as the great-great-grandsons of Stonewall Jackson are calling for the removal of the statue of the Confederate general in Virginia's capital city
From The New York Times: When President Trump refused to unequivocally denounce white supremacists on Tuesday, he stepped away from what U.S. presidents have seen as crucial to their job: setting a moral course for the nation.By: By MARK LANDLER and AINARA TIEFENTHÄLER. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2v31HAb
One of the scientists who helped design maps to show Earth’s location 40 years ago, is saying they could be dangerous for humankind. Jose Sepulveda (@josesepulvedatv) has more.
The New York state court system's longtime communications chief has been fired after inadvertently telling a reporter that he "barely" went to work
Lawyers for the parents of two children killed in the Newtown school massacre are demanding to see evidence that two slain teachers had access to keys that could have been used to lock their classroom doors
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offered his condolences for the loss of life in the Barcelona attack on Thursday and said the U.S. stands ready to help Spanish authorities deal with the crisis. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Mayor says plaque honoring Confederate soldiers has been removed from a cemetery in traditionally liberal Madison, Wisconsin, and a second memorial is also coming down
Apple is donating $2 million to two human rights groups as part of CEO Tim Cook's pledge to help lead the fight against the hate that fueled the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia
The Port of Los Angeles said it was reviewing security measures after a suspected car thief drove onto the sprawling complex and climbed to the top of a loading crane, dangling over edges and stripping naked before falling to his death
Transit workers are complaining about the longstanding police practice of using employee break rooms and bathrooms to temporarily store the bodies of people struck and killed by subway trains.