The federal government just won't let Dixie lie down peacefully.
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The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) suspended its Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter this week over allegations that members of the fraternity used racial slurs.
Twelve years ago, PBS put out a Frontline special on then-President George W. Bush's ties to the evangelical community.
Breitbart writer and internet provacteur Milo Yiannopoulos is challenging Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to a debate over reports the social media giant suppresses conservative news outlets within its trending news feature. (RELATED: Former Facebook Insider: We Buried Conservative News)
Nick DiPaolo isn't your standard comedian.
When it was revealed Facebook suppresses conservative content and promotes causes like Black Lives Matter for its news curation service, many were troubled by the implications of a giant corporation having the power to control what information millions of people see on a daily basis.
Donald Trump is the presumptive nominee for the Republican Party.
The Donald Trump campaign has exposed deep divisions within the American political right and driven many conservative commentators to histrionics over the real estate mogul's antics.
Donald Trump launched his California campaign with a riot last week.
Ted Cruz made a surprise announcement on Wednesday naming Carly Fiorina as his running mate -- even though he's nowhere close to securing the Republican nomination.
John Kasich is the sensible Republican's last hope to win the party's nomination -- or so we're supposed to believe.
Andrew Jackson is no longer welcome on the face of the $20 dollar bill.
WASHINGTON -- "Fuck your feelings."
The online magazine Slate offered a novel proposal in the wake of the Treasury Department announcing Andrew Jackson's departure from the face of the $20 dollar bill on Wednesday: let's get President Barack Obama on a piece of currency.
Administrators at Appalachian State University (ASU) would prefer their campus remain free of chalk messages in support of Donald Trump, according to a statement issued to students Friday night.
Colleges across the country continue to bolster their sterling reputation for respecting free speech over pro-Trump artwork.
The governing bodies for fraternity and sorority life at Ohio University (OU) have collectively denounced the drawing of a message supporting Donald Trump on campus because it was "offensive" to Hispanics and didn't promote "inclusion."
Black Lives Matter demonstrators forced yet another prominent Democratic figure into an awkward position last week.
The Associated Press report on the capture of the suspect behind the vicious murder of a University of Texas-Austin (UT) freshman downplayed the horrific act as a case of "lives violently intersect[ing]."