The New York Times thinks corporations now serve as the moral voice of America.
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President Donald Trump ended a rough week with a couple of tweets that were awfully hopeful.
Thousands of people protested against an alleged "white supremacist" rally in Boston on Saturday.
President Trump has gone all in on defending Confederate monuments.
Steve Bannon is officially out of the White House, promptly taking over the news cycle on an already crazy Friday.
President Donald Trump placed some of the blame for the Charlottesville violence on the "alt-left" Tuesday.
The violence in Charlottesville has renewed efforts by the Left to tear down all Confederate monuments.
President Trump is still facing a torrent of criticism for his responses to the Charlottesville violence.
Charlottesville is now a by-word for political violence.
A Democratic congresswoman declared the National Rifle Association and conservative commentator Dana Loesch "domestic security threats" Thursday night.
Another child sex ring was broken up in the United Kingdom this week, and questions are already swirling about how police handled the matter.
Monday wasn't a good day for free speech.
One Google employee caused an uproar this week with a lengthy memo criticizing the company's diversity obsession.
Sen. Jeff Flake announced last week he was joining the resistance against President Trump.
A White House press briefing is an unusual place to stage a battle over the Statue of Liberty, but so is life in the Trump era.
Twitter's news aggregator covered White House adviser Stephen Miller's comments on the Statue of Liberty poem with a credulous disclaimer that its stanzas "technically" are not U.S. law.
The New York Times broke the news Tuesday night that the Department of Justice is planning on tackling affirmative action in college admissions.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev claimed on Wednesday America's new sanctions against Russia is another move by U.S. elites to take down President Trump.
The commander in chief is receiving pushback against his intent to ban transgender enlistment from one of his top subordinates.