A New York Times columnist had the audacity to write about a college student declaring white DNA an abomination.
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On Friday, Republican Iowa Rep. Steve King, Congress' foremost immigration hawk, tweeted out, "Diversity is not our strength. Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban, 'Mixing cultures will not lead to a higher quality of life but a lower one.'"
A porn star's suicide has received a lot of attention over what drove the adult actress to kill herself.
Liberal commentator Sam Seder got his job back at MSNBC Thursday after being fired earlier this week.
CNN published a glowing and totally uncritical article Wednesday on a group that aims to be "your white allies on Facebook."
Kirstjen Nielsen, a Bush administration alum, is the new Homeland Security secretary following her Senate confirmation Tuesday.
Buried in Friday's news tsunami was a devastating report on the violence at an August white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va.
The Senate passed a tax reform bill early Saturday that gave Republicans a rare legislative victory amid a recent famine of achievements.
The illegal immigrant who fired the gun shot that killed Kate Steinle was able to beat a murder charge this week.
Ohio state Representative Christina Hagan is not even 30 yet, but she has already set her sights on becoming the Buckeye State's youngest member of Congress on a Trumpist platform.
If you logged into Twitter or Facebook over the past two weeks, you've probably been inundated with hysterical messages concerning net neutrality.
New York Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon was the only NFL player to kneel during the national anthem in a Thanksgiving game Thursday.
YouTube decided it was important to denigrate the holiday that brings American families together to give thanks on Thursday.
Texas Rep. Joe Barton is having a nightmarish Thanksgiving.
Retiring Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake managed to make the news last weekend when he was caught on a hot mic saying Republicans would be toast if they became the party of Donald Trump and Roy Moore.
A business owner expressing concern that left-wing activism hurts the company's earnings is apparently a grave offense nowadays.
Republican Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks has an honest explanation for why he's standing by embattled Senate candidate Roy Moore.
If anyone picked the famous coffee maker Keurig to serve as the focus of America's next culture war battle, come collect your prize.
"Can my children be friends with white people?"