As the recent college admissions scandal involving actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, aka ‘Aunt Becky’ from Full House, shows, equality is the nation’s official creed, but hardly the reality.
63red Safe, a new app created by a Republican, lets supporters of President Donald Trump know where they can wear their MAGA hats in peace. It’s a sort of Yelp for conservatives, with crowd-sourced reviews.
The Democratic National Committee banned Fox News from hosting presidential debates after the New Yorker ran a story on the cable TV network’s ties to the Trump administration. Fox is getting what Fox deserves.
An image of a math professor at Morehouse giving a lecture with a baby went viral after it was posted on Twitter and Facebook. A student who works two jobs brought his daughter to the class to help his wife.
If President Trump were to refuse to accept the results of the 2020 election, as his former personal lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen suggested before Congress, what would his defenders in the Republican Party do?
12-year-old journalist Hilde Kate Lysiak likely knows more about the First Amendment than the cop who threatened to arrest her in AZ. In an era where Trump attacks the media, the confrontation is nothing new.
As the arrest of a Lakeland, FL, black student over his refusal to say the Pledge of Allegiance, prompted by his substitute teacher, suggests, many of us have an unfortunate taste for forced patriotism.
The speaker of the WI state assembly stripped Colin Kaepernick from a Black History Month resolution honoring African Americans, amid a blackface scandal in Virginia and Liam Neeson’s racist confession.
Some of these folks are decent people who did something racist and insensitive, thinking it was funny and harmless. Some are racists who did something racist and insensitive, thinking only it was funny.
If more white people had more than a fleeting grasp of African-Americans’ history, maybe Gov. Ralph Northam’s career would not be in flames. Megyn Kelly might still be a talk show host, Michael Ertel might still be Florida’s secretary of state.
Give me Bob Woodward’s “Fear: Trump in the White House.” Give me April Ryan’s “Under Fire: Reporting From the Front Lines of the Trump White House,” anything but some self-serving mea culpa from a Trump lackey.
Federal employees felt the most impacts of the shutdown over border wall funding. Yes, food stamp recipients worried about their benefits and tourists found national parks closed. But many Americans were fine.