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White supremacy is a grift. [Read More]
Republicans released the plan Friday evening, giving Democrats and the public just a few days to see what's included in the legislation before it is... [Read More]
Alexis Kleinman reports on brands sponsoring content for Instagram influencers who are also producing problematic comedy content. [Read More]
Square dancing was a white supremacist propaganda campaign. Yes, seriously. [Read More]
The newsletter was not well received. [Read More]
Inspirational destinations, how-to guides, the unsung heroes of travel and more. [Read More]
Trump wages war on Christmas in Christ's hometown and a Department of the Interior official is reprimanded for tweeting about climate change. [Read More]
She appeared just once this week. [Read More]
Republicans released the plan Friday evening, giving Democrats and the public just a few days to see what's included in the legislation before it is... [Read More]
Prepare to be horrified. [Read More]
"The Mafia and their advocates engaged in the same tactics for decades." [Read More]
Ayrton Little, from Louisiana, is the third student in three years from his high school to get accepted to Harvard. [Read More]
Government officials and private organizations across the country are taking action against the FCC's net neutrality repeal. [Read More]
The possible Republican gubernatorial candidate denied the allegations on Thursday. [Read More]
President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers have spent more than $1 million at Trump-branded properties for political and fundraising events during Trump's first year in... [Read More]
A large portion of cancer deaths in Australia might've been preventable by lifestyle changes, a new study says. [Read More]
Several women have come forward with new allegations against actor Dustin Hoffman. [Read More]
In his video op-ed, the survivor of two terrorist attacks takes you on his journey towards recovery in the wake of the attack, and shows... [Read More]
President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers have spent more than $1 million at Trump-branded properties for political and fundraising events during Trump's first year in... [Read More]
Matthew Petersen, one of President Donald Trump's nominees to serve on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, has never tried a case. [Read More]
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