Politico’s chief White House correspondent stopped short of apologizing Monday morning after unearthed emails revealed that he offered positive news coverage if given the chance to interview Chelsea Clinton.
An Oklahoma university president is telling offended students that school is a place to learn, not be coddled.
A New Jersey sheriff’s officer has been placed on administrative leave for posting an explicit, anti-Muslim rant last week on Facebook, which he says was written in a fit of anger and should not be seen as a threat.
Irish police say singer Sinead O’Connor has been located safe after she claimed in a troubling Facebook post Sunday morning that she had “taken an overdose.”
A federal discrimination lawsuit filed by a Muslim activist group against a Florida gun retailer owner who declared his shop a “Muslim-Free Zone” has been dismissed.
The highest U.S. military court will hear the case of a Marine who was punished for refusing to remove a Bible verse from her workstation.
The 13-year-old who made waves online with his conservative videos criticizing President Obama and others is now saying he no longer affiliates himself with the Republican party.
The organizer of a recent armed protest at a Dallas-area mosque published the names and addresses of more than 60 Muslims and “Muslim sympathizers” online Wednesday.
Film director Alex Proyas and Lionsgate have apologized for casting white actors in “Gods of Egypt,” following online backlash over a lack of diversity in the film that takes place in ancient Egypt.
“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah said in a recent interview that his move from South Africa to the United States has been an easy transition because blatant racism reminds him of home.