A Georgia sheriff is gaining attention after posting a sign outside of his department Tuesday morning declaring his county “politically incorrect.”
It is a number that would even give frantic political pollsters pause. Americans will enjoy 46 million turkeys on Thanksgiving Day. And it’s no wonder. Almost nine-out-of 10 Americans - 88 percent - tuck into a plate of turkey on the big day, and they put away an estimated 736 million pounds of it according to the National Turkey Federation, a trade association. Two thirds of Americans say eating leftovers is the best part of the meal. On Thursday, Americans will also help themselves to 30 million green bean casseroles.
Minnesota Republican Party officials have fired a volunteer social media manager who tweeted the hashtag #NegroProblem from an official Twitter account.
Police in Florida broke up a weekly mahjong game played by four elderly ladies at a condominium clubhouse after a citizen reported the women for illegal gambling.
A petition demanding that Princeton University remains committed to free speech is gaining steam in the wake of nationwide protests by college students seeking protection from offensive language on campuses.
Evolutionary biologist and famed atheist Richard Dawkins has sparked a wave of backlash on social media after he compared the Muslim teenager whose homemade clock was mistaken for a bomb, to a child executioner for the Islamic State terror group.
All Madison Gesiotto wanted to do when she met with the dean of her law school was report a threat prompted by a newspaper column she wrote pointing out the high abortion rate in the black community.
Dartmouth College president Phil Hanlon has broken his silence following a tense confrontation earlier this month between Black Lives Matter protesters and students studying at a campus library.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said he’s more afraid of white men committing mass shootings than Syrian refugees committing acts of terrorism in the U.S.
Amazon has plastered Nazi imagery all over New York City subway cars in promoting its new series “The Man in the High Castle,” infuriating some passengers.