Economist Elizabeth Ashack at the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics is reportedly under review after she claimed her Twitter account was hacked when a message was tweeted from her account that called Christians Nazis.
Comedy Central president Michele Ganeless says the recent hiring of Trevor Noah as the new “Daily Show” host had nothing to do with his race — after some pointed out that the network now has two black late-night hosts.
New York City Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo has argued “there could be some benefit” to assigning housing by ethnic group.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray plans to sign a executive order this week banning all city-funded travel to Indiana in protest against the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Ramen broth has been served in restaurants for decades, but broth made from meat bones has made a comeback as a sort of stand-alone, innovative health food.
Connecticut College canceled classes Monday so that students and administrators could hold a campus-wide discussion following racially charged graffiti that was found in one of the bathrooms.
For four days “Movie-topia” descended on Hollywood Boulevard as thousands of vintage film fans flocked to the TCM Classic Film Festival. Buffs came to see timeless Tinseltown pictures on the big screen and cinema superstars’ personal appearances at the sixth annual filmfest presented by Turner Classic Movies, the cable TV channel devoted to commercial-free oldies but goodies of the silver screen.