Jason Kessler, organizer of the 2017 "Unite the Right" rally, is threatening to sue Charlottesville, Virginia, for denying his permit application.
Gutiérrez was first elected to his seat in Congress in 1992. He's known for his views on immigration reform.
Former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa will reportedly be sworn in as Zimbabwe's president Friday.
Twitter is rethinking its verification process after the company got major backlash for adding a blue check mark to a white nationalist's account.
Spain's government has approval to impose direct rule under Article 155, but it's not immediately clear how that will be implemented.
The grievance claims all 32 NFL teams "colluded to deprive Mr. Kaepernick of employment rights."
There has been a lot of talk over the last few days about athletes taking a knee during the national anthem, and it has elicited different…
Alejandro Villanueva says he regrets how his action before Sunday's game was interpreted.
A White House official said NFL players should "do free speech on their own time." But historically, sports and politics have gone hand in hand.
The Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday to allow police to use pepper spray on violent protesters.
Energy Transfer has accused Greenpeace and other groups of engaging in "acts of terrorism" while protesting the pipeline's construction.
The city's council agreed to cover Confederate statues in black fabric as a sign of mourning.