"You thought you would get away with this. You carried them out like trash," said Frank Rzucek, calling his son-in-law a "heartless monster."
At least 77 people have been killed and 151,000 acres burned so far in California's deadliest-ever fire.
"It's total arrogance," one Facebook employee said of company leadership's willingness to blame its communications team for recent crises.
“Every year you wait to make decisions and take actions, the risk goes up," said retired Rear Adm. Jonathan White.
"Racial and discriminative language have no place in our society, and most especially when spoken by someone holding a public office," said the Kansas governor.
"We're sounding like Trump's America here in Mexico," said Francis Belmontes, who joined the demonstration with his two children.
The White House still plans to boot the reporter, and CNN has asked for an emergency court hearing as soon as next Monday.
The Saudi monarch instead reiterated his support for his son's signature initiative to turn around around the oil-dependent economy and cut unemployment.
After the comedian's scathing critique of the Trump administration caused a firestorm last year, the WHCA tapped the famed presidential biographer as its headliner.
'Numerous other significant acts of misconduct have been uncovered," the company said
Snipes oversaw the contentious recount effort in Broward County during the closely watched gubernatorial and Senate races.
For the past two decades, he has maintained an unusually high profile in a nation where foreign CEOs of major Japanese companies are still relatively rare.
The Chicago Bears beat the Vikings despite a fourth quarter surge from Minnesota, keeping the Bears atop the NFC North.
It’s too early to know whether the gruesome leg injury suffered by Washington quarterback Alex Smith will prevent him from returning to football.
"I've fallen in love with the people here. I've met people who will likely be lifelong friends."
"OK, he’s a Hillary Clinton backer and an Obama-backer," Trump said of retired Adm. Bill McRaven.
The NFC North lead is on the line in Week 11 as the Vikings travel to face the Bears on Sunday Night Football.
"I think that what happened is that we have watched systematic erosion of our democracy," she told MSNBC's Joy Reid.
How a GOP lawyer managed politics, the law and big egos to defend Rick Scott.
Republicans are now slated to hold at least 52 Senate seats when the next Congress convenes in January.
Websites like Church Militant, LifeSite News and the Lepanto Institute are ratcheting up the rhetoric with personal attacks on supporters of gay Catholics.
"You can’t dismiss that idea simply because it isn’t true and sounds insane," Kate McKinnon as Laura Ingraham said of voter-fraud claims.
The border city welcomed Haitian refugees two years ago, but the latest migrant caravan is unpopular with the mayor and some residents.
“It’s not so much what I have seen but what I haven’t seen,” said Dave Freeman, 74, a volunteer and retired school superintendent. “There’s not much that’s recognizable.”
"To see what's happened here — nobody would have ever thought this could have happened," Trump said while visiting the devastated town of Paradise.
Analysis: It's unclear how many members of the next Congress truly want to stop her from taking the helm of the House in January — and how many simply need to signal to voters back home that they raised an objection to her.
The fire has displaced thousands of people and burned 146,000 acres.
"Democracy failed in Georgia," she said of a race marred by allegations of discrimination affecting African-Americans.
Amid reports of the president's foul mood and impending staff shakeups, Trump said he is "very happy with the White House."
The order to restore Jim Acosta's access came from Judge Timothy Kelly, appointed a year ago by President Trump.
Officials say the fire is not expected to be fully contained until the end of November.
Counties across the state are racing to meet noon Sunday deadline to complete the tally.
It started as a heartwarming tale. But in a "too good to be true" twist, prosecutors say, Mark D'Amico, Kate McClure and Johnny Bobbitt Jr. now face charges.
"Once they realized it was a serious request, the career guys were furious," a U.S. official said of request tied to Khashoggi killing.
Computer problems at VA have caused benefit payments to be delayed for months or never be delivered, potentially affecting hundreds of thousands of veterans.
While HUD Secretary Ben Carson pledged to fix low-income housing, the number of properties cited for health and safety violations has been on the rise.
The opinion came the day after Maryland urged a federal judge to rule that Whitaker's appointment violated the Constitution and a federal law.
"It is the position of the Office of the First Lady that she no longer deserves the honor of serving in this White House," a spokeswoman said.
"They definitely didn't do enough," said Christina Taft, whose 67-year-old mother has been missing since last week.
PG&E has already spent more than $1 million lobbying legislators this year