In homes across America, feminist mothers are teaching their daughters a dangerous message: men — all men — are not to be trusted.
In the wake of the tragic recent shooting deaths of 14 students and three adults at a Florida high school, we see a familiar ritual being played out: an angry debate about guns.
Police were called to Louisiana’s Oberlin High School on February 20 after a student suggested that a “math symbol looked like a gun.”
A landmark Supreme Court case to be heard Monday and decided by June could significantly improve the plight of public employees and the people they are tasked to serve.
She died of natural causes.
Police say that the severed head of a missing woman was reportedly found in a suitcase in Osaka, Japan, on Saturday.
Since 2015, more than 20 employees at the International Committee of the Red Cross have not returned to their posts due to alleged sexual misconduct, according to a Saturday report.
Some see ‘betrayal’ in discussion of any gun control measures. Meanwhile, the president puts further emphasis on his call for arming teachers and other school officials.
Twin brothers have lost their California school jobs after being busted on child pornography charges a week apart in separate cases.
One of my greatest guilty pleasures is my near-addiction to the History Channel show “Ancient Aliens.” It is an absurd, but astonishingly entertaining series that purports to reveal the truth behind extraterrestrial beings in the ancient world.
Hosted by Giorgio Tsoukalos and peppered with weird personalities, from legitimate professors to quack conspiracy kooks, the show is informative and charming, even if its grand conclusions are laughable. Increasingly, our mainstream news media is looking more and more like “Ancient Aliens,” and using similar storytelling techniques, to push narratives that fall apart under any serious scrutiny.
Segments on “Ancient Aliens,” now in its 12th season,