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Police want to the public's help in finding supporters of far-right "Proud Boys" who fought with protesters following an appearance by group leader Gavin McInnes.
People illegally in the U.S. are uniquely vulnerable to abuse by authorities, an immigration lawyer says.
“I have a lot of support in the NYPD, and I very much appreciate that, the boys in blue," said Gavin McInnes, the founder of "Western Chauvanist" group Proud Boys.
The commissioner, Blake Fischer, wrote in an email with photos that he'd "shot a whole family of baboons."
"When the climate science is brought into the courtroom it will result in the judge finding that the government is committing constitutional violations,” a lawyer said.
"Please Help Me Find My Son," one mother wrote in a Facebook group that was set up to locate missing people during disasters.
David Marmel told NBC News that he did have a conversation about race with them in August but that the women were wrongly characterizing his statements.
Trump's tweet calling a sketch of a man who allegedly threatened Daniels "a total con job" was constitutionally protected, the judge says.
The woman, a veteran of 2,500 jumps, was using her own equipment, the Federal Aviation Administration says.
Allen died in Seattle from complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, his family said in a statement released by Vulcan Inc, a company Allen founded to pursue his various interests.
Meghan and Harry's child won't know hard times. But the people paying their bills won't be able to say the same after austerity and Brexit.
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump visit Florida and Georgia to meet with first responders and view damage caused by last week's storm.
Saudi Arabia’s government is discussing a plan to admit that missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, three people with knowledge of the situation tell NBC News.
“The #MeToo movement showed us we have a voice and it’s time to speak up," said one woman who replied to Milano's tweet last year.
The social networking company announced the change in policy on Monday, three weeks before the Nov. 6 midterm elections, as voter mobilization efforts are heating up.
The canvas created a stir on social media after it was spotted during a "60 Minutes" interview with the president.
A New York Times journalist has admitted that she had a three-year affair with the former committee aide.
The trial is expected to last three weeks. The final decision will be made by U.S. District Court Judge Allison D. Burroughs.
Videos of "Cornerstore Caroline" in Brooklyn and a white St. Louis woman trying to prevent a black man from entering his apartment building are the latest.
Todd Gurley led the Rams to a win in Week 6 with another standout performance, as L.A. continues to dominate all teams in its path.
If Endeavor returns the money, it will be among the most significant moves yet by a U.S. company distancing itself from Riyadh.