Amos Yee, who was jailed in Singapore, could be sent back to Southeast Asian country if convicted.
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Filipino families in the United States are now updating their traditions amid the pandemic.
Mitt Romney announced Tuesday morning that he would support giving Trump's nominee a vote on the Senate floor.
The state's desperate pleas for firefighters overlooks the fact that institutional barriers are preventing thousands of formerly incarcerated women and people of color with firefighting experience from working as full-time professional firefighters.
A 50-state survey found that a disturbing number of young Americans have bought into Holocaust denial conspiracy theories that have spread like wildfire on social media.
Rashida Tlaib demanded ICE be abolished and AOC referred to a longtime "program of mass human rights violations targeting immigrants."
One Oregon official said the state is preparing for a "mass fatality event."
The heat from one fire in California has been so strong that it generated its own thunderstorm cloud.
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The presidential pardon makes way for an early release for US Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton, who was found guilty of killing Jennifer Laude in the Philippines in 2014.
The first lady's former aide shares juicy tales of backbiting, inauguration chaos, and why Melania wouldn't use Michelle Obama's bathroom.