Hillary Clinton must be smiling somewhere this weekend -- perhaps in the backseat of her luxurious black Chevy Express Explorer Limited SE conversion van -- upon hearing the news that ultra-left-wing activists shouted Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley off stage at this year's Netroots Nation convention for saying "all lives matter."
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The professor who randomly stalked teenagers just out of high school on Twitter and tweeted that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker resembles Adolf Hitler is now attempting to hide her tweets from The Daily Caller.
HERE ARE THE TWEETS The Wisconsin Professor Sent To Random Freshmen After Comparing Scott Walker To Hitler
A University of Wisconsin-Madison sociology professor is facing scrutiny because earlier this summer she randomly stalked and harassed incoming freshman students at the taxpayer-funded school.
On Thursday, BuzzFeed released a YouTube video entitled "If Men Were Treated Like Women in the Office Featuring Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina."
On Thursday, a Muslim man killed four U.S. Marines in attacks on military recruiting facilities in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Officials in the tiny, rural town of Gettysburg, South Dakota (pop.: perhaps 1,200) say they have no plans to remove Confederate battle flags from the patches worn by the town's pair of police officers.
In a 601-word Los Angeles Times essay published on Tuesday, the obscure dean of the University of California, Irvine School of Law criticized Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia for "setting a terrible example for young lawyers" and writing with an improper tone.
Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin, the highest-ranking official at the University of Missouri, became pathetically unglued this week and threatened to hunt down students and alumni over a photograph from 2012 of some people holding a Confederate flag.
Fat cartoon characters cause kids to eat cookies and other unhealthy, high-calorie junk food, according to a study out of the University of Colorado Boulder.
Police arrested the former chief financial officer at Barry University School of Law last week on a second-degree felony grand theft charge for allegedly racking up $50,000 on his work-related corporate credit card to eat out with friends, pay his utility bills, and buy drinks at Hooters.
The cozily white opinion pages of The New York Times attacked the National Park Service and America's majestic national parks as racist because way too many white people visit them.
A sociology professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has used her Twitter account to explain how Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker strongly resembles Adolf Hitler because Walker advocated a state budget repealing state tenure guarantees and slashing higher-education spending.
As she flitted around the nation raising $45 million in the last few months, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton visited 50 parties to raise money for herself -- about one every other day.
The executive council of the American Federation of Teachers voted on Saturday to endorse Hillary Clinton, the frontrunner for the Democratic Party's 2016 presidential nomination.
The National Science Foundation is granting almost $300,000 in taxpayer funds for a two-year "diversity research" study examining aspects of engineering culture that serve as "impediments" to increased numbers of gay, lesbian and transgender students.
New York Times Thrashes Reddit For Firing Female Exec, Conveniently Forgets It Did SAME THING IN 2014
In an ostensibly straight news article which makes Glenn Beck's The Blaze look like a paragon of objectivity, The New York Times repeatedly presents the ouster of former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao as a case of rampant Silicon Valley sexism -- even though the newspaper treated a female executive the same way just last year.
Officials at Swegle Elementary School in Salem, Ore. sent a letter to parents this week indicating that parents who are late to pick up their children will find the children delivered to state officials for a possible overnight stay in a juvenile detention center.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan's wife has moved to Chicago so the couple's two daughters can attend the University of Chicago Lab School, arguably the most elite private school in Chicago -- and certainly among the most expensive.
Two taxpayer-funded elementary school teachers in New Jersey have been suspended without pay for their roles in a vulgar online chat making fun of special education students.
A Walmart store in Decatur, Ala. is refusing to order a high school class ring for a recent graduate because of the high school's rebel mascot.