A few weeks ago, I downloaded an application, one of the over two million in the App Store that supports my phone. But this particular download wasn’t yet another camera filter, or another effort in my attempt to find the perfect hiking companion.
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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was told to leave a Lexington, Va., restaurant Friday night, she said on Twitter Saturday morning. Sanders said the owner of the Red Hen in the Shenandoah Valley asked her to leave because she works for President Trump.
The Justice Department says it has given House Republicans new classified information related to the Russia investigation after they had threatened to hold officials in contempt of Congress or even impeach them.
BUDAPEST—The Hungarian State Opera has cancelled 15 performances of Billy Elliot, after a pro-government newspaper claimed it could ‘turn’ kids gay.
For some Hungarians, it’s a sign of a renewed culture war after the far-right populist Fidesz party won an absolute parliamentary majority in April elections.
BALTIMORE, Md. ― Aracely Martinez Yanez, 33, knows she’s one of the lucky ones. A deep scar that carves a line through her scalp, from crown to cheek, is proof of that fortune.
SheikhSalih Luhaidan, the man who would declare drivingdangerous for women’s reproductive system, was born in the agriculturaltown of Qassim in Saudi Arabia. Located almost exactly in the middle of thepeninsula that makes up most of Saudi Arabia, Qassim is redolent with the palmsthat produce dates consumed all over the country and the world.
NEW ORLEANS — Former first lady Michelle Obama said Friday that her upcoming memoir "Becoming" is a "re-humanization effort" that shares the "ordinariness of a very extraordinary story" that she hopes will give voice to people who feel voiceless.
Charter schools are often billed as benefiting disadvantaged urban kids—but in lots of places around the country, charters are segregating school systems by offering rich white families a way to get their kids away from students of color and poor students.