The Toronto District School Board said it was worried some of its students may be held up at the US border.
“I will say that there is evidence that is not circumstantial, and it is very much worthy of investigation,” Rep. Adam Schiff, the lead Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said.
Police in upstate New York said a man defaced his own house with swastikas and then said he was the victim of a hate crime.
The first daughter will be working from an office in the West Wing and will advise her father on a range of issues.
The video site’s “restricted mode” aims to filter sensitive content, but several LGBT vloggers and artists say it went too far.
Billions in proposed cuts to the Department of Agriculture would slash or eliminate several key food and nutrition services, and potentially jeopardize food safety.
The world is not a completely hopeless place.
“Rachel Maddow is the Ryan Seacrest of breaking news.”
The Idaho judge allowed a white former high school football player to avoid prison time for assaulting his black, mentally disabled teammate with a coat hanger.
Grave violations against Syrian children were the highest on record last year, according to a new report.
You can officially party like it’s 1999 this July.
They’re beary, beary cute.
Moral of the story: “Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally” is still relevant.
Three former Team USA gymnasts say Dr. Larry Nassar abused them for years during medical treatments.
“Please tell Rhino that I love and miss him every night.”
The New York mother has already lost custody of her four children due to drug use and neglect.
Trump blamed the uptick in anti-Semitic attacks on “the other side.”
“Extremists think they finally have a voice in the White House.”