Police and other law enforcement should return their tickets to future Miami Dolphins games to make a statement after three players protested during the national anthem in Week 1 of preseason, a police union official said.
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A survivor of the Parkland school shooting ripped the Broward County sheriff after he was featured on a back-to-school safety poster.
An activist group is selling a tote bag inspired by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.).
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The aunt of missing University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts shared a video of her niece speaking at a faith event in 2016.
Republican congressional candidate Elizabeth Heng says Facebook rejected her campaign video ad about the communist crimes that led her family to flee Cambodia for the U.S.
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FBI Agent Peter Strzok, formerly a senior counterintelligence official at the bureau, sent another top official a request to keep his investigatory powers as he transitioned to his role in the Mueller probe of President Donald Trump.
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An Air Force veteran says he was forced to sell his home after his Home Owners Association fined him for displaying the American flag in a flower pot outside of his residence, but he's continuing the legal fight.
Following the disappearance of Rep. Tom Reed's (R-N.Y.) campaign signs, members of his campaign team placed electronic tracking devices inside the lawmaker's signs to catch the alleged thief.