The U.S. State Department on Friday released the first human rights report under the Trump administration, revealing it replaced a section previously titled “reproductive rights” that focused on access to contraception and abortion in each country.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel faces a “no-confidence” vote from the union representing his deputies in the wake of his department’s widely criticized handling of the Parkland school shooting.
A Washington, D.C. City Council member, who last month espoused a conspiracy theory about Jews controlling the weather, visited the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum this week but left early.
President Donald Trump’s efforts to punish so-called sanctuary cities around the country, as well as the state of California, suffered a serious legal blow Thursday when a federal appeals court in Chicago upheld a nationwide injunction against administration rules requiring localities to cooperate with federal immigration authorities in order to win public safety grants.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over a quarter of a million dollars creating “talking circles” to fight alcoholism.
Natalie Portman, the Israeli-born Oscar-winning actress, has informed a prominent pro-Israel foundation that she will not attend their event and claim its most coveted prize due to Israel’s recent efforts to prevent Hamas terrorists from killing Jewish citizens, according to an announcement.
The National Rifle Association announced on Thursday it would back a lawsuit filed against Vermont’s new ban on certain firearms magazines.
NEW YORK—Charles Murray was the featured guest at this year’s Disinvitation Dinner, an event put on each year by the William F. Buckley, Jr. Program at Yale since 2015 in response to the trend of college students preventing controversial speakers from giving talks.
A group founded by liberal operative David Brock spoke of the need to force policy changes at Google, Facebook, and YouTube to combat the “proliferation” of “fake news” at the left’s largest dark money donor conference, according to an agenda obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Prominent Cuban-Americans and human rights experts denounced the rigged election of Miguel Diaz-Canel, Raul Castro’s handpicked successor, as the new president of Cuba, and are calling on President Donald Trump not to recognize the newly installed leader unless he agrees to basic democratic reforms.