An influential Washington, D.C., radio station pulled a pro-life advertisement highlighting Planned Parenthood’s organ harvesting scandal.
A Maryland teenager will face criminal charges in connection to a hate crime hoax after threatening black students at her school.
Outgoing President Barack Obama’s “surprise” decision to award the Medal of Freedom to Vice President Joe Biden left the noted shotgun evangelist and plagiarist in tears.
House Democrats are attempting to slow the Obamacare repeal process at the committee level after the Senate passed the first step to reversing the law, according to a letter submitted to three committees on Thursday.
Slate has discovered that one of its suggested coping mechanisms for living in Donald Trump’s America may in fact have contributed to the rise of racism and xenophobia. The culprit? Colorful socks.
New Hampshire Sen. Maggie Hassan (D.) joined the ranks of Senate Democrats attacking Education Secretary nominee Betsy DeVos, despite her own support for charter schools as governor.
Actress Meryl Streep’s denigration of contact sports drew a sharp backlash from Ultimate Fighting Championship fighters and promoters, but martial arts instructors and practitioners in Washington, D.C., were a bit more forgiving of the actress’s comments.
Four black Chicago residents have been arrested in connection to the torture of a mentally disabled white man that the suspects broadcast on Facebook Live in what is potentially the first hate crime in the Trump era that was not a hoax.
The Kentucky state Senate approved legislation to end coercive unionism on Saturday, a move that all but guarantees it will become the 27th right to work state in the country.
Kentucky is poised to become the 27th right to work state in the country after the state’s House of Representatives passed legislation on Thursday evening.