An outspoken Oklahoma City pastor who encourages members of his congregation to arm themselves in self-defense, fatally shot an intruder at his home on Saturday.
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A protester who was invited last month by the Department of Justice to offer his thoughts on how to enact police reform, took to the streets Saturday night and mocked the shooting death of two New York City police officers.
The man believed to have murdered two New York City police officers in an execution style attack on Saturday referenced the police-related deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner on social media after the ambush and shortly before fatally shooting himself.
Two New York City police officers were fatally shot by a single gunman "execution style" on Saturday afternoon.
In an interview with The Daily Caller on Friday, Phi Kappa Psi national president Scott Noble, the fraternity president, said that an article from The Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart, with the dismissive title "'Gentlemanly' nonsense from frat at center of U-Va. sexual assault controversy," lacked key context about a program the fraternity began implementing earlier this year.
Perhaps the most glaring part of the 104 pages of emails sent between Rolling Stone magazine and University of Virginia administrators and staffers is what is not discussed in the documents, which were released Friday in response to a Freedom of Information Act request submitted by The Daily Caller and other outlets.
President Obama's statement at a year-end press conference on Friday in which he said that Sony has set a bad precedent by caving in to North Korean hackers' demands to pull its movie, "The Interview", is at odds with his administration's stance on another movie -- "Innocence of Muslims."
Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell got into a shouting match on the topic of racism on Thursday's episode of ABC's morning talk show, "The View."
More of a love letter purportedly written by Jackie -- the University of Virginia student who claimed she was gang-raped by a group of fraternity members -- appears to have been plagiarized than previously believed.
A Colorado man foiled a robbery attempt during a Craigslist deal gone wrong in which a would-be thief threatened to shoot his intended victim after being caught trying to pass counterfeit cash.
The story of Jackie, the University of Virginia student at the center of a discredited Rolling Stone article, only gets weirder.
Bradley Stone, a veteran of the Iraq war who killed six family members and himself earlier this week, had 17 disability claims -- including one for traumatic brain injury -- rejected by the VA, which reviewed his claims under a "surge" program the agency implemented last year.
Here Is What The UVA Student Behind The Rolling Stone Article Wrote About A Friend She Had A Crush On
The Daily Caller has obtained a previously unpublished email purportedly written by Jackie, the University of Virginia student who claimed in a Rolling Stone article that she was gang-raped by seven fraternity members on Sept. 28, 2012.
Stacey Dash, an actress best known for her role in the movie "Clueless" and more recently as a contributor to Fox News, says she is no longer on speaking terms with some family members and friends because they disagree with her conservative political views.
A tenured Marquette University political science professor has been officially barred from campus and suspended for writing a blog post criticizing a philosophy instructor who refused to allow a conservative student to debate the topic of gay marriage in her classroom.
Susan J. Douglas hates Republicans and wants you to know about it.
A Ford truck once used to haul around plumbing equipment near Houston is now being used as a military vehicle in the Syrian civil war, forcing the vehicle's previous owner to deny that he's linked to terrorists.
Army Reserve soldiers will see their paychecks delayed just weeks before Christmas, with one Reserve officer claims that "malicious activity" has scrambled the software the Army Reserve uses to manage personnel and pay.
In a new interview set to be published in People magazine on Friday, Barack and Michelle Obama discuss a number of race-based topics, including the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, as well as their own experiences with what Obama calls small racial "irritations."