Anderson Cooper spoke to Alex Wind, a Parkland school shooting survivor, on CNN Monday and had him respond to the tweets sent by the president about the shooting.
NBA star LeBron James had a surprising reaction to a scathing critique from Fox News host Laura Ingraham where she told him to “shut up and dribble” instead of offering his comments about President Trump.
The White House indicated that President Trump is willing to back some changes in order to try to prevent more gun shootings in the wake of the horrible Florida school shooting that took 17 lives.
Former Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta was asked an embarrassing question about the accusations that Russian interference helped tip the 2016 election to elect President Trump over his opponent.
A resolution opposing “all efforts to validate transgender identity” was approved by the Kansas Republican Party at its state convention over the weekend, the Wichita Eagle reported.
A high school student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School — the school where Nikolas Cruz allegedly killed 17 people and injured many more — has openly condemned the media for politicizing the tragedy in the days after the Wednesday shooting.
Since the deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school last week, politicians and pundits have been calling for stronger gun control measures and casting blame for the tragedy on the NRA, Republicans, conservatives and President Donald Trump.
Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio) removed a pro-Second Amendment section from his political website Sunday after he called on Congress to enact stricter gun laws during an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “We should look at bump stocks that make weapons fully automatic.
A 17-year-old Connecticut high school student was arrested after allegedly saying during class, “I could buy an AR-15 rifle” — the same type of gun used in the deadly mass shooting last Wednesday at a Florida high school.
The Russian operatives charged with meddling in the 2016 presidential election weren’t trying to boost only President Donald Trump’s chances, according to USA Today.
California Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia, a #MeToo advocate under investigation for sexual harassment, has been hit with more damaging allegations that paint her office as a toxic work environment in which Garcia behaved unprofessionally and inappropriately on a regular basis.
The owners of a gun shop in Coral Springs, Florida, have closed their shop indefinitely after Nikolas Cruz, a former patron, carried out one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S.
In the days following last week’s tragic shooting at a high school in Florida, the FBI has come under scrutiny because it admitted investigators failed to follow protocol in investigating the shooter, who had been reported to the bureau.
St. Louis antique store owner Cherri Elder formed positive relationships with police patrolling in the area, so she decided to display an American flag containing a thin blue line — a symbol for police sacrifice — in front of Elder’s Antiques.
An Ohio couple lost legal custody of their daughter Friday after refusing to allow her to undergo hormone replacement therapy in order to transition to a male.
St. Louis police officers will begin handing out candy to children in order to improve community relations.
The couple who welcomed Nikolas Cruz into their home after his adoptive mother died in November described a very different picture of the teen accused of killing 17 people at a Florida high school last Wednesday than the one that has been painted by others who have known Cruz.
In an interview with Fox News that aired on Monday, Vice President Mike Pence addressed “The View” co-host Joy Behar’s recent comments that likened his deep Christian faith to mental illness.
Rick Gates, a former top Trump campaign aide who has been charged in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, has agreed to plead guilty to fraud charges.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence said she will take a year off from acting to work with a political organization that aims to “fix our democracy.” The Academy Award winner revealed her plans during an ET interview Thursday that focused on Lawrence’s upcoming movie “Red Sparrow.” “I’m going to take the next year off,” Lawrence told ET.