D.L. Hughley sparked debate when he shared a story, which declared that the Statue of Liberty was built to honor the end of slavery, not immigrants.
Aubrey Huff faced backlash last week after posting a tweet in which he revealed he was teaching his sons how to use guns.
George Zimmerman is suing the family of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old black teen he was acquitted of murdering, for $100 million.
Andrew Yang celebrated the opening of his latest field office by shooting whipped cream into the mouth of a supporter, who was on his knees.
A transgender rights activist named The Royal Majesty delivered a fiery and emotional plea to Olympia, Washington's city council.
Estate workers have claimed the Clintons were frequent guests at alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein's New Mexico ranch.
A Utah substitute teacher was fired after responding to a student expressing gratitude about his two fathers by saying homosexuality is wrong.
Following the Houston Texans' victory over the New England Patriots, Dominique Sachse mixed up her baseball and football terminology.
Allies of President Donald Trump are concerned by the likely appointment of Kelly Loeffler to an open U.S. Senate seat in Georgia.
Stephen Willeford, a former NRA firearms instructor, wounded gunman Devin Patrick Kelley, who was in the midst of carrying out a mass shooting.