Black Lives Matter rioters at a California college made a recent situation so dangerous for a pro-police author that instead of giving her speech live and in person, she had to livestream it from an empty hall for her safety and the safety of those attending.
Normally, when a second-rate listicle website (10 Adorable Fails That Remind Us Of Real Life!) comes out with another ranking of celebrities, nobody pays any attention.
But we were forced to pause when the site “Buzznet” released a click-bait article of the “Top 30 World’s Most Beautiful Women Of 2017” and noticed who was on the list.
PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The United States is vowing to keep up the pressure on Syria after the intense nighttime wave of missile strikes from U.S. ships, despite the prospect of escalating Russian ill will that could further inflame one of the world's most vexing conflicts.
Hillary Clinton is writing a book on her loss to Donald Trump that she says will "spend a lot of time" wrestling with the role misogyny played in the election.
If her recent public statements are any indication, the secretary's treatise is bound to wallow in the tired and indulgent cliches of contemporary feminism, spouting broad sociological observations about our allegedly repressive society with less discipline than a broken sprinkler.
Members of the press corps have been circling their wagons around their elite club for a long time, as new and innovative models of journalism have cropped up and threatened the legacy media.
A friend of mine who was born in Syria but moved to the United States when he was four-years-old told me that he hopes that the international community doesn't treat the lives of the Syrian people's suffering like it's reality TV.
On Tuesday, almost 60 people died in Syria when warplanes dropped bombs filled with chemicals. Many suspected President Bashar al-Assad’s regime for the attack. Many survivors went to Turkey and the Turkish Health Ministry announced that preliminary tests showed the poison in the bombs was sarin.
A stunning update on Friday afternoon from the Associated Press said the Pentagon is investigating possible Russian participation in the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons attack
These officials also supported the dire suspicion that nearby hospitals were attacked to cover up evidence of the WMD deployment:
Actress Scarlett Johansson called President Donald Trump’s assistant, Ivanka Trump, “really cowardly” for saying she won’t publicly criticize her boss’s policies.
In an interview with the Huffington Post on Thursday, Johansson blasted the president’s assistant (and daughter) for saying that, when she disagrees with her boss, she will address those concerns in private meetings – not by publicly denouncing his positions.
"We see these beautiful pictures at night from the decks of these two U.S. Navy vessels," MSNBC's Brian Williams said this week as he covered the United States missile strikes against Syria live.
Chuckie Schumer is simultaneously attacking Trump and sucking up to his Chinese masters by trying to discredit Trump in the American media and saying he is weak on trade with China.
SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTERFox News reports that a Russian warship “has entered the eastern Mediterranean, heading toward two U.S. Navy destroyers that launched airstrikes last night.”
Russia’s TASS news service reported on Friday that a Black Sea frigate was heading into the Mediterranean:
In the early afternoon hours in Stockholm, yet another terrorist attack took place in a crowded shopping center in the Drottninggata area. The attack reportedly involved the suspect ramming civilians with a truck, along with gunfire.
Thursday night’s episode of CBS’s The Great Indoors, “Party Paul,” revealed an interesting take on gay pride. As in, there should be none. At least not in the form of supportive comments from straight “allies.