The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command is accused by a chaplain’s group of using “unconscious bias” training to undermine soldiers who subscribe to core tenets of the Christian faith.
An Alabama high school is blocking a student from bringing his grandmother to her first-ever prom because of her age.
Santa Claus will be depicted in a forthcoming children’s book as a gay black man in an interracial relationship, its publisher confirmed.
Notorious white supremacist Craig Cobb is vowing to rebuild a century-old North Dakota church and name it after President Trump after it was burned down last week shortly after he purchased the property.
The lawyer for Hillary Clinton’s former campaign chairman John Podesta sent a cease-and-desist letter to The Daily Caller on Wednesday demanding the conservative news outlet retract and issue a correction for an article claiming Mr. Podesta “may have violated” federal financial disclosure laws.
A Drexel University professor says he wants to “vomit” when airline passengers give up first-class seats to U.S. troops.
April 7 is National Beer Day, commemorating the signing of the Cullen-Harrison Act, which legalized the sale of beer, on March 22, 1933.
A battle for “mankind” is taking place inside a Northern Arizona University classroom.
Pro-life activists released a new undercover video Wednesday showing a former Planned Parenthood official suggesting babies born alive after abortions are sometimes left to die.
Roger Daltrey, the frontman of English rock band The Who, says Democrats blew the U.S. election by nominating Hillary Clinton.