Sunken Place Demon Candace Owens Calls ‘Antifa’ The New KKK

Candace Owens’ distorted conservative opinions reared their ugly heads on Monday after the Black Republican with extreme political and social views was confronted in Philadelphia.

Georgetown Students Vote In Favor of $27 Fee for Slavery Reparations

Georgetown University could become the first college in the nation to mandate a fee to benefit descendants of slaves sold by the university nearly 200 years ago -- a debate that takes place against the backdrop of a broader political ...

South Carolina fifth-grader Raniya Wright died of natural causes, prosecutor says

South Carolina fifth-grader Raniya Wright -- the girl who died last month after a fight at her elementary school -- died of a blood-vessel rupture in the brain stemming from a birth defect, and there's no evidence the fight contributed ...

Saving sloths in Costa Rica

It's pretty surprising to see a 27-year-old jump into her mother's arms and insist on being held like a baby.

The Mueller Report is already a best-seller

Three versions of "The Mueller Report" soared to the top of Amazon and Barnes & Noble's best-selling book charts in the 24 hours after a redacted version of Robert Mueller's findings were released on the web.

Trump’s 2020 Budget Is a Recipe for Disaster for Black Businesses

Small black-owned businesses, among the nation’s most rapidly growing firms in recent years, could be hindered by President Trump’s budget cuts, entrepreneur advocates say.

Critical Role of Hispanics in U.S. Economic Growth

The Hispanic Wealth Project® (HWP), in collaboration with the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP), today released the annual 2019State of Hispanic Wealth Report, confirming trends that underscore the critical role of Hispanics in the economic growth of ...

The Court of Public Opinion: Where Punishment is Almost Certain, Actual Guilt Not so Much

To be clear: the court of public opinion is always in session. The court’s docket stays full and public jurists are always ready to decide cases based on ‘evidence’ presented by the media. The call to public jury duty is ...

Notre Dame Probe Ramps Up As Investigators Question Workers

Prosecutors investigating the causes of the inferno that tore through Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris have interviewed construction workers and security staff, as more details emerged about the effort to contain the blaze.

LeBron James “I Promise” School Showing Early Signs of Success

This week, reporter Erica L. Green wrote an encouraging feature in the New York Times about the “I Promise” public school NBA superstar LeBron James opened last year through the LeBron James Family Foundation in his hometown of Akron, Ohio.

Meet the Judge Who Took On Donald Trump

The Honorable Carlton W. Reeves, a 55-year-old judge in Mississippi, did something last week no other federal judge has done in the Trump era.

Democrats Set Up Shop in Texas Suburbs Early for 2020 Push

Democrats plan to open a regional headquarters in Austin this spring and dispatch organizers to Texas suburbs in an unusual early step to prepare challenges against Republican members of Congress believed to be vulnerable because of rapid demographic change.

San Antonio Punk Festival Receives Cease and Desist Letter From Afropunk

Afropunk, the organization that puts on the festival by the same name, has threatened legal action against a San Antonio group over the use of the word Afropunk.

Texas Police Union Calls for Dallas DA’s Removal

A statewide police union, one of Texas' largest, called Wednesday for the removal of Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot, who last week announced plans not to prosecute certain low-level crimes.

Wall Street's Addiction to Crime

Last week, as Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) convened a House Financial Services Committee hearing, featuring the CEOs of Wall Street's biggest banks, the financial watchdog group released a stunning report on their criminal records: Wall Street's Six Biggest Bailed-Out Banks: ...