The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga school newspaper recently attacked a Trump supporting student for giving the college a "bad name."
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President Trump's Supreme Court appointee Neil Gorsuch sided with his liberal colleagues Tuesday in making it harder to deport non-citizen criminals.
Congress grilled Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg last week, with many lawmakers focusing on the tech giant's supposed "hate speech" problem.
Starbucks is in hot water after two black men were arrested for loitering at a Philadelphia franchise over the weekend.
President Trump's strike against Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime Friday night did not earn universal praise from his most vocal supporters.
The Washington Post is torn up about House Speaker Paul Ryan's retirement.
White farmers in South Africa may lose all their land without any compensation, but Newsweek thinks they have nothing to worry about.
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban won big in his nation's election Sunday, and progressives are furious.
The Atlantic fired conservative writer Kevin Williamson Thursday, causing much anguish among the respectable Right.
The Washington Post ran a story Tuesday with this odd headline: "He said he punched a woman for calling him the n-word. A jury called it murder."
A mass shooting happened Tuesday at YouTube's headquarters in California, and it might be impervious to politicization.
Advertisers are dropping Fox News host Laura Ingraham after she made fun of Parkland survivor David Hogg this week.
Many conservative pundits were agitated by the March For Our Lives' lack of civility last weekend -- and Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg's speech particularly outraged them.
President Trump hosted a forum for millennials at the White House Thursday, and it was a total travesty.
The United Kingdom is once again taking down serious threats to its national security.
Controversy is brewing over President Trump's nominee for an important United Nations post.
Schools throughout the country let their kids walk out and demand gun control last week.
Hillary Clinton still hasn't gotten over her loss and the "deplorables" who voted against her.
Republicans suffered a serious defeat in the Pennsylvania special election Tuesday night.