A man dressed in a Halloween costume that resembled an ISIS gunman threw a Nebraska shopping mall into a panic.
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An Iraq war army veteran running to replace Sen. Debbie Stabenow (R-MI) said he thinks Michigan needs another combat veteran's opinion in the Senate.
A solider was sent overseas before he had time to finish painting his house, but college student volunteers took over from there.
Southwest Airlines announced it will add live concerts to its in-flight entertainment.
Leaders at the church that George Washington attended decided that a plaque honoring the first president of the United States must be removed.
President Trump welcomed some trick-or-treaters into the Oval Office on Friday while making some cracks at their parents, members of the White House press corps.
On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Sebastian Gorka said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and other establishment Republicans should take Steve Bannon's "war" on incumbent GOP lawmakers seriously.
Singer Joy Villa, who famously wore a President Donald Trump-themed dress to the 2017 Grammy Awards, is mulling a possible run for Congress.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, is calling for the appointment of a special counsel to investigate the Obama-era Uranium One deal.
A Vietnam veteran received the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest honor for courage, Tuesday for saving the lives of over 60 soldiers as he ran into fire to provide medical aid.
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research by the firm firm Fusion GPS that led to the dossier containing salacious allegations about President Donald Trump and his possible connections to Russia.
The rage is still strong in some Trump opponents who plan to band together to "scream helplessly at the sky" on the one year anniversary of the 2016 election.