Denis Finley, the top editor of the Burlington Free Press, found himself out of a job after he tweeted against a proposal to add a third gender option on Vermont driver’s licenses. What’s the story? The Department of Motor Vehicles in Vermont...
Just four days after two GOP Senators asked the DOJ to launch a criminal probe  of Christopher Steele, the ex-MI6 British spy who was the author of the Trump dossier, and which according to many served as the basis...
A film on the German children’s channel KIKA has sparked controversy in the country. The film had already aired in November, but it gained relevance after a German girl was murdered by a migrant last month and another almost drowned...
Trump: "I like Oprah. I don't think she's gonna run." pic.twitter.com/h9OXrFMv6t — NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) January 9, 2018 On Tuesday, as the buzz about Oprah Winfrey possibly running for the presidency continued, a reporter attending a meeting...
President Trump is likely to be interviewed in some capacity by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, according to reports. There are discussions among Trump’s legal team on how the president could be interviewed, according to the Washington Post and NBC News on...
A professor at Brooklyn College argued in a recent academic journal article that meritocracy is a “tool of whiteness.” Laurie Rubel, a professor at Brooklyn College, argues in a recently published academic journal article that meritocracy is a “tool of...
Diablo Valley College Professor Albert Ponce has come under fire after a video of him telling students that its acceptable to violate U.S. laws circulated around the internet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t32xwMTDx9A A fall lecture from Diablo Valley College Professor has garnered recent attention...
President Donald Trump called for a DACA amnesty “Bill of Love” during a meeting Tuesday with congressional Republicans and Democrats at the White House. “This should be a bill of love, truly. It should be a bill of love, and...
Now, over a decade later the evidence of these events are beginning to surface, but the Department of Defense is still doing their best to keep it under the radar. According to a number of global mainstream media sources, the...
With major NSA surveillance authorities set to expire later this month, House Republicans are rushing to pass a bill that would not only reauthorize existing powers, but also codify into law some practices that critics have called unconstitutional. The bill...