An Ann Coulter book event in Costa Mesa, California, was crashed by illegal-immigration activists vowing to “fight back” because they are allegedly “under attack.”
The owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa are still required to pay $135,000 in damages for “emotional suffering” to a lesbian couple based on Thursday’s final order from the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries.
An assistant humanities professor at Shimer College has sparked social media ire after writing on Twitter and in his blog that all white Americans are complicit in slavery.
Zandria Robinson, the former University of Memphis assistant professor who faced a wave of online backlash after tweeting that whiteness is “terror,” has taken a faculty position at Rhodes College.
Gay activist and former “Star Trek” supporting actor George Takei doubled down on his “clown in blackface” attack on Supreme Court Clarence Thomas on Thursday night and implied that the jurist was a race traitor for not striking down state marriage laws last week.
The sister of alleged Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof has deleted a GoFundMe page she created in the massacre’s aftermath that sought donations for her canceled wedding.
It was a Fourth of July unlike any other in the nation’s history. Independence Day 1865 — exactly 150 years ago — was an uneasy mix of joy, relief, resentment and unhealed wounds as Americans sought reasons for celebration after a war that nearly tore apart the country.