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Nigerian-born Mathew Ajibade died from blunt-force trauma in a jail cell earlier this year—and the D.A. is trying to stop local media from investigating the death.
Sure, the Republican candidates will keeping ranting and raving about the Affordable Care Act. But there’s no real way to get rid of it.
In her new memoir, Fox News host Gretchen Carlson talks about life post-Miss America, the importance of mentoring, and the scourge of sexual harassment.
New research shows a striking profile of a domestic ISIS fighter: median age, citizenship, and even footprint on social media. But knowing a suspect’s race, the study says, simply won’t help.
The notorious Clinton operative pushes pro-Israel Libyan in his emails to Hillary, but sells his son’s anti-Israel book in public.
The Florida senator channels Bush 43’s compassionate conservatism and hawkishness as he makes his first big New Hampshire push.
The brains of those ‘addicted’ to porn bear no neurological resemblance to those of other well-documented addictions while watching it, says a new study. Why the word needs to change.
The prison guard turned rapper is currently behind bars on charges of kidnapping and pistol-whipping his groundskeeper. Did 50 Cent’s trolling and that sex tape set him off?
Fresh off the news that he’ll be returning for ‘American Horror Story: Hotel,’ Finn Wittrock recounts the wildest scenes he shot as murderous man-child Dandy on ‘Freak Show.’
From his dad’s torture in Cuba to his experience watching hard-core porn with Justices Rehnquist and O’Connor, it seems nothing is off-limits in the senator’s forthcoming memoir.
The reality star turned Oval Office doubtful called Mexican immigrants “rapists” and criminals, prompting Univision, performers, and hosts to back out of his Miss USA Pageant.
In his dissenting rant against Thursday’s Burwell decision, Justice Scalia called the whole thing ‘jiggery-pokery.’ Here’s what that particularly colorful turn-of-phrase actually means.
Trying to ‘turn’ people straight is medically unsound, but it’s still being practiced across the nation. A landmark verdict Thursday calling it consumer fraud could change that.
The rock star’s vehicle was attacked Thursday, on a day of violence and fury as France’s officially licensed cab drivers protested against Uber.
Men should freeze their sperm to protect their future children from health risks, a UK Bioethicist recommends.
Dustin Diamond, a.k.a. the lovable nerd Screech on ‘Saved by the Bell,’ was sentenced to four months in jail for a stabbing. From sex tape to tell-all, it’s been a long way down.
13,000 people want the magazine to apologize after the author of a Cara Delevingne profile suggests her being gay is just a ‘phase.’
In extending “disparate impact” reasoning to housing cases, the Supreme Court acknowledges that discrimination comes from more than just individual bad actors—it stems from a system that stacks the deck against black people.
It's resistance to civil rights, not heritage.
While her patient was asleep, a Virginia anesthesiologist unloaded a toxic verbal assault—and while courts are making her pay, she’s still practicing medicine.