Former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal told an Atlanta television station he's running for sheriff in 2020.
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A New York Times Sports editor declared himself "an idiot" for tweeting a photo comparison that suggested the crowd for the New England Patriots' White House celebration was smaller than the one two years ago.
After canceling her planned speech, the University of California-Berkeley told the Washington Post that conservative author Ann Coulter will be re-invited to the campus.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) has recently spoken out about sanctuary cities, transgender "bathroom bills" and lone wolf terrorism. Now, he's promoting The Lone Star State's concealed carry gun laws.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) signed into law a controversial which makes it a hate crime to attack a police officer or first responder.
Starbucks announced a new plan of hiring 25,000 veterans and military spouses by 2025.
A report in the Sunday Express said a parole board is expected to recommend the release of O.J. Simpson from prison based on good behavior.
Immigration protesters unfurled a sign that read "Refugees Welcome" from the observation deck of the Statue of Liberty.
The star of the second presidential debate Ken Bone will be representing the company Victory Holdings at CPAC.
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Ivanka Trump has faced social media backlash for a photo she posted online of herself seated at her father's desk in the Oval Office.
Two would-be burglars in Florida met their match when coming up against impact-resistant glass.