Filmmaker Michael Moore demanded on Twitter Thursday that America's police officers be disarmed and all African-Americans imprisoned for non-violent crimes be released.
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In 2013, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton thought gay marriage should be left up to the states. This week, the Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case that could force all states to recognize same sex marriage, and Hillary is fully on board with a federal gay marriage mandate.
Ahmir Khalib Thompson, better known as Questlove, did not appreciate Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, or anyone else, using the word "thugs" to describe rioters throwing bricks at police, looking businesses and burning buildings.
YouTube user Jost kobusch captured an the amazing video of an avalanche that hit base camp on Mount Everest.
Officer Darren Wilson has been cleared by a local grand jury and a Justice Department civil rights investigation in the shooting death of Michael Brown on August 9, 2014. That put an end to the criminal aspect of the case involving Wilson, but the civil case against the city of Ferguson, Missouri, is set to proceed.
The room was set up for the TV cameras, a U-shaped table set up with an open end opposite the candidate and "the boss" of the company for the best angle. The video caught the question and answer session, as it was meant to. But the microphones caught something more.
Caleb Bonham, editor-in-chief of Campus Reform, went to the campus of the University of Washington to survey students on which candidate they are leaning towards for the 2016 election.
Former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, who was a member of the personal protection detail for Bill and Hillary Clinton, is dismissing the Hillary Clinton campaign's attempt to make her seem relatable to average Americans.
When news broke that Hillary Clinton was going to use “new media” to announce her 2016 presidential bid, the Twitterverse frenzy began.
He hasn't coached a single game yet, but University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh is already making waves on campus.
The University of Michigan has canceled a screening of the blockbuster movie "American Sniper" because student protesters claim the film "sympathizes with a mass killer."
As part of a bill to lift local prohibitions on permitted gun carriers bringing their weapons into parks, the House of Representatives in Tennessee has added and approved an amendment that would ban bringing fake guns within 150 feet of schools.
Erik Wemple, the Washington Post fact checker, identified "Jackie," the woman who made up a violent gang rape attack by members of a University of Virginia fraternity, as the top victim of the false Rolling Stone story.
In covering the story of tiny Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Indiana, being forced to close its doors, Time magazine left out an important fact: the reason behind the closing.
There were no complaints nor denials of service to anyone ever, but because of their religious beliefs, Memories Pizza stands in ruin and the family who owns it has had their lives threatened countless times. How did the O’Connor family, owners of Memories, find themselves in this situation? They were honest with a reporter in search of a story to fit the media’s narrative.
A government employee has been caught calling "red state" Christians "nazis" for their support of Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The 2015 National Young Feminist Leadership Conference seeks to “provide young activists with the opportunity to network, grow their knowledge on pertinent domestic and global feminist issues, and fine-tune their organizing methodology.” So what are they learning?
What advice would President Barack Obama in year six of his administration give to himself if he could send a message back in time to his first day on the job?
Alex Marquardt of ABC News, on the ground in Israel, called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's re-election a "stunning victory" that "none of the polls predicted."