“Do you remember the shooting at the Republican baseball game? One of those should happen every week,” one post read, referring to the attempted assassination of GOP members, which almost killed Rep. Steve Scalise of Alabama.
The founder of Sleeping Giants, a left-wing activist group that has targeted right-wing voices with boycott campaigns, has managed to keep his identity a secret, even as his own group has become a major political player among liberals. Until now.
Vermont’s lieutenant governor and Senate majority leader appeared with environmentalists at the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center on Saturday night to show support for getting youth involved in climate change politics.
President Donald Trump said at his Montana rally Thursday that NFL ratings are down 20 percent since players started kneeling or sitting during the national anthem to protest police brutality. Is it true?
Local environmental activist group Earth Matters says it is pursuing a ban of single-use plastic bags, water bottles and straws in Manchester.
Former FBI special agent Peter Strzok told GOP Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina Thursday that he was talking about President Donald Trump when he sent the now famous text message to a colleague that he would “stop” Trump from becoming president.
The words “kill cops” were spray painted on top of the memorial dedicated to Walter H. Childs, who observed weather patterns on the mountain in the late 1800s. Another message read “ACAB,” which Morse said stands for “all cops are bastards.”
At the rate we are going, saying “good morning” might become offensive. Every American, of any background, has a good reason to celebrate 1776.
A Washington university is shelling out big bucks to settle a dispute with a Republican student group that filed a lawsuit alleging the school discriminated against it by charging exorbitant security fees for speaker events.
Lincoln condemned the sharp increase of mobs in America, which had exploded in number as the debate over slavery and regional animosity intensified.
At least nine state attorneys general offices are looking to hire privately funded lawyers to work on environmental litigation through a foundation founded by a prominent Democratic donor and potential 2020 presidential candidate. That foundation is the nonprofit Bloomberg Philanthropies.