The Satanic Temple of Detroit unveiled an enormous bronze Baphomet statue Saturday night despite protests from the local community.
In Kenya, President Obama said the US will ban trade of elephant ivory across state lines. Despite existing regulations, the US remains the second-largest market for ivory, behind China.
Donald Trump's latest stance on immigration reform suggests that he wants a merit-based system to allow more "outstanding" individuals to remain in the country.
Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testified in January 2013 about the Sept. 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya. She will do so again on Oct. 22.
18-year-old Robert Brever allegedly stabbed his parents and siblings in their Oklahoma home. His social media trail shows typical teenage interests: Star Wars, Linkin Park, and sports cars.
A bill that would have helped wounded American vets start families was withdrawn after new amendments that would bar the Veterans Affairs from working with 'organizations that take human aborted babies' organs and sell them.'
Jurors typically remain out of the limelight for the duration of even the most high profile trials. This week, however, the identity of one juror was revealed by Newsweek and another drew attention for inappropriate attire.
A Texas appeals court dismissed one of two charges against former Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
The 2014 law had been enacted as part of an effort to reinforce pension plans for laborers and general municipal workers.