In the wake of Donald Trump Jr.’s divorce this week, a former model named Melissa Stetten has tweeted that he sent her racy private messages in November 2011, just weeks after the birth of his child, Tristan.
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Harvard University’s Professor of Constitutional Law Laurence H. Tribe claims that the semi-automatic AR-15 can fire “over 10 rounds per second.”
A senior vice president at Google is promising to act against employees who raise their voices against the company’s alleged pattern of misconduct against its conservative personnel.
PETA has found a new venue to push their anti-meat eating agenda: the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Canada is bringing about changes to its federal prisons that will allow inmates to be housed according to the “gender identity” of their personal choice.
DC Comics artist Ethan Van Sciver is no stranger to harassment from the progressive left, and now he is facing a new round of threats promising physical violence.
A study conducted at the University of Saskatchewan claims that a lack of diversity in video games has a negative effect on players that’s akin to facing “everyday” racism.
Ana Navarro is a frequent face on CNN, often making the headlines for her vocal opposition to President Trump—usually in the form of wacky statements. On Monday, she compared recent dismissals in the Trump administration to the Holocaust following FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s resignation.
Feminist lawyer Gloria Allred is leading a racial discrimination lawsuit against Walmart following a complaint in southern California that the retail giant’s decision to keep African-American beauty products behind lock and key is racist.
Evergreen State College, the site of last year’s most publicized campus social justice-related fiasco, recently hosted a lecture that equated free speech with white supremacy.
The developers behind one of the world’s most popular video games, "Overwatch," is policing “toxicity” by cracking down on YouTube gamers who are mean on social media while playing the game.
Julian Assange's prolonged confinement at the Ecuadorian embassy in London may be taking a serious toll on the WikiLeaks founder's health, according to two doctors who recently assessed his condition.
Waypoint, VICE's video game portal, slammed a video game for "transphobia" because a transgender character within the game was referred to by their "deadname" -- even though the game's creator is transgender.
A "Queer Women's Sex in the Dark" event hosted by Georgia Institute of Technology's LGBTQIA Resource Center on January 22 excluded the attendance of heterosexual students.
The U.S. State Department is set to launch a new study that suggests violent extremism in Kenya stems from "ideals of masculinity," rather than radical ideology.
CNN ran a hyperbolic segment Friday warning that the entire planet was left vulnerable to a strike from an asteroid because of the government shutdown.
Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Bartholet argues that the #MeToo movement, made popular on social media after numerous high-profile media men were exposed as sexual predators, ignores the "principles of basic fairness" because it presumes guilt.
The European Commission has announced that its efforts to censor the Internet and purge it of “illegal hate speech” have shown “improvement” as more social media platforms hop onboard.
Canada's Ryerson University, which canceled a panel on free speech by psychology professor Jordan Peterson following complaints from social justice activists, is slated to host "The White Privilege Conference."