UPDATE: The suspect, 41-year-old Vester Lee Flanagan II -- a.k.a. Bryce Williams -- reportedly shot himself after posting video (graphic content warning) of his attack to social media Wednesday morning.
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The old adage "stick with what works" seems to be Donald Trump's campaign motto. The billionaire GOP presidential hopeful added to his lead in the polls after swiping at Fox News host and first debate co-moderator Megyn Kelly over what he viewed as unfair questions about his past comments about women. After a "truce" was called between Trump and Fox News, the candidate continued to appear on the network regularly. But the truce appears to be over.
Remember Timothy Boomer, also known as the “Cussing Canoeist”? In 1999, Boomer was convicted in Michigan of swearing in front of women and children, a misdemeanor carrying up to a $750 fine. His conviction and $100 fine were eventually overturned, but the antiquated law under which he was charged remained on the books. Though not for very much longer.
GOP presidential hopeful Dr. Ben Carson had some choice words for the media and their coverage of immigration.
Tempra Mosley was just stopping at her local Tiger Market in Nashville the way anyone might stop by a gas station when someone grabbed her purse and a box of donuts out of her car and took off running. She cried for help, and she got it, WKRN News 2 Nashville reports.
Former Maryland Governor and current Democrat presidential candidate Martin O'Malley is thought of as a mild-mannered man with a calm demeanor. While that is generally the case when he gives a speech or and interview, he is not always giving a speech or an interview.
A gun manufacturer decided to take a clever jab at leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over her server scandal.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump has forced the rest of the GOP field to toughen their stances on birthright citizenship.
In full damage-control mode, a powerful ally of Democratic Party presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton is changing the narrative again, subtlety, when it comes to her exclusive use of a private, unsecure email server and her handling of classified material.
"Morning Joe" host Mika Brzezinski said she's disturbed by Democratic Party frontrunner Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified material on her private email server, but that she would still vote for her no matter what.
It might not be a popular opinion to take the side of bears accused of killing a man, but it’s mine. A female grizzly bear and her two cubs stand accused of killing hiker Lance Crosby, 63 from Montana, and are awaiting DNA results to see if they were, in fact, the bears that killed him. If they are, the National Parks Service is going to “euthanize” them, a polite way of saying they’re going to kill them.
It started with a new web video and escalated from there.
It may seem like a distinction without a difference, but it is an awkward distinction McClatchy White House reporter Anita Kumar, one of the journalists who broke the story of Hillary Clinton's email containing "Top Secret" intelligence made on MSNBC.
He’s been nipping at her heels for some time, but a new poll has Vermont socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders overtaking Hillary Clinton in the all-important state of New Hampshire for the Democratic Party's nomination for president.
The FBI has now seized former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s secret private email server. The Inspector General for the Intelligence Community (IG IC) found that the current frontrunner for the Democratic Party’s nomination for president had unsecured emails on her server which “included information classified up to ‘TOP SECRET’//SI//TK//NOFORN.” But what do those mean?
Former Secretary of State and current Democratic Party frontrunner Hillary Clinton may have wiped clean or destroyed her secret email server, but that doesn't mean copies of her emails aren't out there somewhere.
Call it "Little House of Representatives." Actress Melissa Gilbert, who rose to fame as a child playing Laura Ingalls Wilder on "Little House on the Prairie," has announced she will challenge Michigan freshman Republican Rep. Mike Bishop.
The one year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown, the 18-year-old whose death spawned protests and riots, saw more violence and looting in Ferguson, Mo.
A traffic stop turned violent in Alabama when it is alleged Janard Shamar Cunningham attacked the officer who pulled him over, pistol-whipping him unconscious before fleeing the scene.