"We need to stop denying that and decide if we are comfortable with that fact. And how we will explain it to our children," wrote The Salt Lake Tribune editorial board.
The 43-mile pipeline was approved by the Trump administration after former Cadiz lobbyist David Bernhardt became deputy secretary of the interior.
Republicans should be just as incensed as they were about accusations against Bill Clinton, writes Kellyanne Conway's husband.
"If you're listening, we will hold you accountable," Robert De Niro, Martin Sheen and Stephen King say in a new video produced by Rob Reiner.
"Donald Trump's Independence Day" as the National Park Service calls it, will include military jets and a speech by the president.
“I find it inconceivable that the government would say" current conditions are "safe and sanitary," as required, said a stunned Judge William Fletcher.
"It makes you wonder how many people have been put in jail because everyone assumes the police version of events is always the truth," he said.
The Pride Train SF Alerts bring a message of inclusion and tolerance to the trains, but the Muni system says they go off the rails on language and logo.
The unnamed LAPD officer fatally shot Kenneth French while he was shopping, claiming self-defense. A relative called French a "gentle giant."
The federal agency is calling on property owners to volunteer space where a mounting toll of dead whales can decompose naturally.
"I'm going to shoot you in your face," a Phoenix officer shouts at a couple in front of their two children.
Anthony Scaramucci, the ever-so-brief White House communications chief, had told the E Street Band guitarist to "go back to being a nobody."