Former White House cabinet members, state governors, and university presidents are among the founding members of a group formed this week by Steve Jobs’ widow to lobby in favor of the Dream Act.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) is keynoting a conference in Brooklyn featuring several controversial artists, including a group that teaches kids how to become “radical agents of social and political change” using principles of the Black Panther Party.
Kirkus Reviews retracted a starred review of the forthcoming novel American Heart after the book became the center of an online imbroglio for its supposed insensitivity toward Muslims.
Ireland has issued a new postal stamp commemorating brutal Communist guerilla fighter Che Guevara.
Half of Americans surveyed say they can’t afford to spend more than $100 a month on health insurance premiums, according to a poll from HealthPocket.
President Donald Trump called for an apology from ESPN on Friday after one if its anchors called him a “white supremacist,” slamming the network for falling ratings because of its politics.