Los Angeles (AFP) – A defiant LeBron James said Saturday he would continue to speak up about social issues and racism in America despite criticism this week from conservative commentators.
The Pakistani army and terrorists from the Islamabad-allied Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) have intensified attacks on the portion of Kashmir controlled by New Delhi, killing ten Indian soldiers and injuring ten civilians, including women and children, in two separate incidents over a week period.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Roman Catholic archbishop of New York, celebrated the funeral Mass for an Army National Guard soldier and native of Ghana who died rescuing some of more than a dozen people trapped in the deadliest fire in the city in quarter of a century.
A rough sleeper turned into a cause célèbre by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn after he was found dead in a London underpass near Parliament turns out to have been an illegal migrant paedophile who had been deported twice.
Cheap shots with no basis in fact peddled by former Mexican president.
There never was collusion between Trump and Russia.
With the Rob Porter scandal not far in the rearview, White House chief of staff John Kelly has issued a memorandum outlining changes to the White House security clearance process.
Wasn’t there something eerily and disgracefully familiar about the news that the FBI had a highly specific warning about the murderous intentions of Nikolas Cruz, the gunman who has confessed to shooting and killing 14 students and three adults at a Florida high school Wednesday?
On Friday, Neil deGrasse Tyson published the following tweet:
On Tuesday, Campus Reform uploaded a video to YouTube in which Cabot Phillips asks students on the Trinity University campus about border security and “open borders.”
In one exchange, a female student called a border wall “childish.”