BuzzFeed News asked marriage equality supporters at the Supreme Court if they had anything to say to the people who have opposed same-sex couples’ marriage rights in the past.
The Southern Poverty Law Center said they have tied Roof’s apparent manifesto to an account on the Daily Stormer.
Kensington Palace released the pictures — which were taken by the Duchess of Cambridge — on its official social media accounts Saturday.
Elton Simpson used the hashtag #texasattack shortly before he and Nadir Soofi opened fire on police outside the event in Garland.
The leader of the Catholic Church was named an honorary member of the New York basketball troupe at the Vatican on Wednesday.
Elton Simpson, one of the two gunmen responsible for the shooting in Garland, Texas, reportedly was convicted of lying to federal agents in 2010. The second gunman has been identified as his roommate, Nadir Soofi.
UPDATE: The baby has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introduce their newborn princess.
Kate Middleton gave birth to her daughter at 8:34 a.m. Saturday. The baby has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
Qu’est-ce qui peut pousser une étudiante américaine à fuir sa famille pour partir en Syrie rejoindre l’État islamique? BuzzFeed News a interviewé Hoda et son père.
Why would an American college student run away to Syria and join ISIS? Meet Hoda, a 20-year-old woman from Alabama — and the devastated father she left behind.
Alcohol and online shopping can be a beautiful, terrible combination.
Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh was charged Monday with attempting to provide material support to the terrorist group.
“Even my baby girl goes to bed with her gun.” Arranged marriages, slave maids, and militant babies: Photos posted to the Twitter accounts of women claiming to be members of ISIS provide a glimpse into the world of female jihadis.
A tight-knit online “sisterhood” encourages women to leave their homes and journey to Syria.
It’s time to assemble and place your bets.
Can we live? Can we dream a dream?
The three men, originally from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, planned to travel to Syria. They also planned to bomb Coney Island or legally buy guns to shoot police officers and soldiers.
In between beheading people and setting others on fire, ISIS appears to have found the time to administer vaccinations.
His comments appear to contradict the Holy See’s gesture of welcome to an LGBT Catholic group at the Vatican this week.