In the two weeks since a gunman killed 22 people in El Paso, law enforcement officials say they have thwarted at least seven separate mass shootings or white supremacist attacks across the US. At least
“The twin-bed seems to have come to stay,” proclaimed the Yorkshire Herald in 1892, “and will no doubt in time succeed the double bed in all rooms occupied by two persons”. The proclamation may have proved
A former Google engineer who claims he has been blacklisted by the tech giant says he believes the company will try to influence the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. "They really want Trump lose
When Florencio Millan-Vazquez refused to leave his vehicle unless U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers showed him papers, they smashed his window. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
US immigration authorities have accessed driver’s licenses databases across the country, searching millions of people’s photos without their knowledge, privacy researchers reported Monday. The revelations
Since first entering the cultural lexicon in the mid-1970s, burnout has rapidly become an everyday reality for many—if not the majority—of those working a 9-to-5 job. And now, the term is officially being
A man suspected of fatally shooting a liquor store owner and later exchanging gunfire with police during a high-speed chase through the streets of Los Angeles County has died, authorities said Thursday.