Six parents have sued the San Diego school district, alleging that its anti-Islamophobia campaign favors Islam over other religions and grants special protections to Muslim students
Tucker squares off against the co-founder of The Freedom From Religion Foundation to find out why his group found a children's Bible school so threatening #Tucker
A top Philippine official says 'foreign fighters' are among the militants linked to the Islamic State group who have laid siege to the southern city of Marawi
A federal judge says he will consider holding the leader of an anti-abortion group in contempt after links to videos that were barred from release appeared on the website of the man's attorneys
Mike Allen of Axios and Jeremy Peters of The New York Times join to discuss how the White House staff has reportedly tried to keep Trump off Twitter and focused during his first trip overseas.
You're either going to be giddy or not impressed at all with the new iPhone 8 dummy video. Plus: The future of the Apple Watch is micro-LED and our Injustice 2 giveaway winners!
From The New York Times: Fans of the American singer Ariana Grande who were caught up in the deadly attack at Manchester Arena drew strength from and voiced moral support for their pop idol in the immediate aftermath.By: By CAMILLA SCHICK. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2rX33va
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The Washington Post reports Russia planted fake documents to influence the FBI and may have duped James Comey into coming forward during the presidential election.
How does the FBI inquiry on Kushner impact the Trump White House and Family? Robert Costa of the Washington Post says the White House is under siege with questions they can't answer.
The judge in the murder retrial of a white Ohio police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist is set to hear arguments on evidence issues
A Vermont high school student charged with sending death threats to fellow students, teachers and staff at his school, causing three lockdowns and a cancellation of classes, is accused of violating the conditions of his release
An unusual law in Utah aimed at combatting cyber harassment by allowing authorities to send online bullies to jail has support from police, schools and other groups
Authorities have released a detailed report with the accounts of more than two officers involved in a shootout with a couple who killed 14 people and wounded 22 others in the San Bernardino attack