The old rule of thumb was you don't talk about religion or politics in polite company. But in presidential politics, nothing is off limits and nothing is sacred. Not even the Thanksgiving dinner table.
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A group of Princeton University students is pushing back on campus protesters, saying that their demands will "contribute to the politicization of the University and facilitate groupthink."
Travel alerts are not uncommon for the State Department. They routinely issues warnings for Americans traveling abroad to various hotspots to on guard or consider canceling their plans altogether. However, in light of recent events, the State Department has taken the unusual step of issuing a "Worldwide Travel Alert."
Arizona Democratic State Senator Carlyle Begay announced Monday he is leaving the Democratic Party and becoming a Republican. Senator Begay is a Navajo Indian and represents an area of Arizona which encompasses the Navajo and Hopi reservations.
Backfire: Hillary Tweets All Sexual Abuse Accusers Deserve To Be ‘Believed,’ Is Reminded Of Her Husband
On the night CNN aired a controversial and, as many legal critics call it, flawed documentary on sexual assault on college campuses, Democratic Party frontrunner Hillary Clinton tweeted solidarity with victims of sexual assault. The response could not have been what she was hoping for.
Leon Panetta, former Secretary of Defense and Director of the CIA under President Barack Obama, criticized his former boss for his handling of the ISIS terrorist threat.
Mercutio Southall Jr., a Black Lives Matter protester, was allegedly punched at a Donald Trump rally in Alabama after he disrupted the event by yelling "Black lives matter." Reports also claim someone attempted to choke Southall as well.
Remember when someone was “innocent until proven guilty”? Seems like a quaint notion these days.
(UPDATED: Hoax) This Man’s Name Got Him Banned From Facebook, So He Took Drastic Measures To Prove It’s Real
UPDATE: The man mentioned in this story as "Phuc Dat Bich" pulled a hoax. His real name is apparently Joe Carr, and Carr claims it done to expose people who make fun of cultural names. "To those who do have culturally specific and spectacular names, ignore the ignorance in those who may try to put you down. Continue being the best person you can be and make your mark on the world in whatever way you can - even if it is a simple prank," Carr wrote.
Speaking during a town hall meeting in Iowa Thursday, Republican front-runner Donald Trump told the crowd the way to make college affordable for students is "to start some governmental program."
Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren rose to prominence as an advocate for the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. It was to be a government watchdog advocating on behalf of Americans and was supposed to be free from outside influences that could corrupt its work. That wall of separation appears to have broken down, as least in one case.
As dozens of governors voice opposition to resettling Syrian refugees into their states in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris, there is pushback against the concept of states having a say in that process. But federal law does leave room for states to have input, in spite of what some are saying.
Democratic Party presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton thinks the term "radical Islam" is unhelpful when describing terrorists who perpetrate attacks against civilians like the attacks in Paris on Friday.
Upon hearing of the terrorist attacks in Paris and the massive loss of life, social media focused on sympathy and prayers for the victims. But some people were upset not over the massive loss of life, but because the attention they'd been getting for protests over perceived racial injustices on college campuses was now being directed toward the 160 innocent murder victims in the capital of France.
Staffers for Florida Senator Marco Rubio's presidential campaign have begun circulating a video, labeled as being from June of 2013, in which Texas Senator Ted Cruz expresses support for amnesty.
Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC's Hardball, had some difficulty understanding the ethnicity of two Hispanic GOP presidential candidates. Matthews, it turns out, isn't sure if Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are truly Hispanic.
The protests that have engulfed the University of Missouri campus in Columbia might be losing steam. After hoax claims of roving bands of KKK throwing bricks through windows and shootings on campus, in addition to the famous "poop swastika," a march was scheduled for Wednesday evening. It was canceled.
"The Democrats are laughing," Senator Ted Cruz said at Tuesday's Fox Business Channel debate. "If Republicans join Democrats as the party of amnesty, we will lose."
One story problem on an algebra test in Florida has parents questioning the school district's judgement.