The U.S. ambassador to Somalia presented a hat to the new president of Somalia bearing the slogan "Make Somalia Great Again" on Friday.
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A fancypants private school on Manhattan's Upper East Side has called off this year's ice-skating party because a large group of parents refused to send their children to the Trump Wollman Rink in Central Park.
At the beginning of his 77-minute press conference on Thursday, President Donald Trump claimed that he had chalked up the most impressive Electoral College victory in the last 30 years.
Officials at a high school on Long Island have convinced a student club focused on women's issues to stop selling pink, knitted "pussy power hats" on campus during school hours.
Militant, black-mask-wearing, capitalism-hating, anarchy-loving leftists staged the riotous demonstrations on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley earlier this month which forced the cancellation of a speech by Milo Yiannopoulos.
Taxpayer-funded Marshall University in West Virginia is holding a clothing drive for cross-dressing students who are looking to assemble marvelous wardrobes.
A motion filed in federal court by the Justice Department on Friday suggests that newly-minted Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reassessing a vague Obama administration order allowing transgender students in America's public schools to use the bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice.
Attorneys representing Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl presented a motion to a military judge on Monday morning arguing that President Donald Trump's prejudicial comments have violated Bergdahl's right to due process.
The superintendent of a taxpayer-funded school district in Pennsylvania has banned forks from the high school cafeteria because too many students have been using the utensils to stab each other.
A kindergarten teacher at a public school in Florida found a five-year-old student chewing on a used condom on the school playground last week.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is paying at least one large public relations firm in Washington, D.C. to recruit American military veterans who will agree to visit Capitol Hill to tell members of Congress -- in person -- that they oppose a new federal law allowing civil lawsuits against state sponsors of terrorism.
The student senate at Santa Clara University rejected a petition to form a campus chapter of Turning Points USA, a conservative activism group, because opponents of the group complained that its presence would make them feel "unsafe" -- and because of the "mood" on campus since Donald Trump was elected president.
One day before violent demonstrators on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley forced the cancellation of a speech by Milo Yiannopoulos, the school's student newspaper published an op-ed inviting students to show up to protest.
A Muslim student at a liberal arts college in Wisconsin has been arrested for spray painting reprehensible anti-Muslim messages on his own dorm room door and then filing a report claiming that he was the victim of a hate crime.
A small town in Texas is now officially home to the state's first mayor who is a man who likes to dress up as a woman and call himself transgender.
A Hispanic civil rights group and a student at a taxpayer-funded university in California are suing Wells Fargo & Company in federal court in San Francisco because, the lawsuit claims, the banking giant is illegally refusing to provide student loans to immigrant students who entered the United States as minors and have deferments which block deportation.
Over a dozen Republicans in Congress are expressing skepticism about President Donald Trump's plan to construct an "impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful, southern border wall" along the 1,954-mile-long border between the United States and Mexico.
A sad, lonely group of American atheists is expressing "serious concerns" about Neil Gorsuch, the federal appellate judge Donald Trump nominated on Tuesday to succeed Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court.
A taxpayer-funded professor at Old Dominion University has apologized for saying "SCREW YOU" in an email to students, faculty members and administrators who would not be attending at least one of four diversity-related events sponsored by the school.