In what appears to be a first for the U.S., a high school in Portland, Maine, is offering sports hijabs for its Muslim athletes.
The House approved the Republicans’ plan to replace the Affordable Care Act without waiting for estimates from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office on how much the plan would cost and how many people would lose their access to life-saving care, and now it’s crystal clear why they did: it’s even more calamitous…
Tomi Lahren is a certified troll. Our friend Damon Young of Very Smart Brothas stuck “Darth” in front of her name to truly capture the essence of her evil. She’s like Donald Trump in Becky’s clothing.
The lawyer for a Maryland man charged with sexual assault was arrested in Baltimore on Tuesday for allegedly offering to pay his client’s accuser not to testify and saying she would be deported by Donald Trump’s administration if she came to court.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer (probably) got sent to bed without dessert and definitely didn’t get to meet the Pope during President Trump’s visit to the Vatican on Wednesday, despite the fact that Spicer is a devout Catholic.
Last week, immigration officials published a report celebrating a 37.6% increase in immigration arrests during President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office.
At first glance, the May 22, 1997 issue of The Big Bend Sentinel, a local newspaper in West Texas, appears unremarkable. “Good Luck, MHS Class of ‘97,” a banner reads on the front page, just above the nameplate. Five class photos of graduating seniors from Marfa High School are followed by stories announcing…
Of all the people to emerge as comedic beacons of hope in our Donald Trump-induced Mad Max-esque hellscape, perhaps none has been quite so enjoyable to watch as Minnesota Senator Al Franken.
It pains me deeply to watch the turmoil afflicting Mexico and Venezuela, two countries I love. Both are suffering so much internal strife that they seem on the brink of war—not with each other, or with other nations, but with themselves.
Most of the country seems to agree that Donald Trump is a bad president, but does that mean he will be removed from office or even impeached? No, it does not. If I may quote Margaret Mead, “Never doubt that a large group of terrible and incompetent men can be president; indeed, they’re the only ones who ever have.”
Are “the arts” important? Yes. Are museums nice? Yes. Does Mike Bloomberg give a lot of money to good causes? Yes. Is any of this a good reason to give $75 million to build a Manhattan art museum? No.
Taiwan’s highest court ruled in favor of allowing same-sex marriage on Wednesday, paving the way for the country to become the first in Asia to legalize marriage equality.
That Pope Francis is a man of deep faith has never been a question. But to understand the profound depths of that faith, look no further than to the pontiff’s Wednesday meeting with President Donald Trump, where, as part of an exchange of gifts between the two world leaders, Trump was given a copy of “Laudato si,”…
In today’s example of how the American justice system treats black bodies, we take a look at Ramad Chatman, a 24-year-old man who was found not guilty by a jury of his peers but will serve seven years in prison because ...
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