President Trump’s insistence that “both sides” are to blame for the violence in Charlottesville is drawing condemnation from all parts of the political spectrum. The post Charlottesville: Trump Battered for Blaming ‘Both Sides’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Univision reports: “We killed 6 million Jews, 11 million (undocumented immigrants) is nothing,” a KKK leader tells Univision News. Those were the words of Christopher Barker, a leader of the Ku Klux Klan’s ‘Loyal White Knights’ during an interview with Univision’s late night news anchor, Ilia Calderon, for the show Aquí y Ahora. Show More Summary
Soldiers and volunteers equipped with shovels and pickaxes dug through the perilous site of a mudslide in Sierra Leone on Thursday in search of hundreds of bodies that may still be buried days after the incident.
Stephen Colbert stumbled out of the gate, but his "Late Show" now reigns as late night's most-watched program. Colbert talks about comedy and morality in the age of Trump
'As people respond in the wake of actions in Charlottesville,VA, perpetrated by white supremacists and Nazi's emboldened by President Trump, Making Contact interviews Alicia Garza, one of the founding leaders of Black Lives Matter. You'll...Show More Summary
If you haven’t seen VICE’s documentary on the Charlottesville white supremacist rally, it’s really worth 20 minutes of your time. Among its subjects is Unite the Right’s Christopher Cantwell, the neo-Nazi seen crying in a vide… Read The post Here’s the VICE Documentary on Charlottesville Featuring Crybaby Neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
FREETOWN, Aug 16 (Reuters) - Hundreds of Freetown residents queued on Wednesday to identify relatives killed in a mudslide on the edge of the Sierra Leone capital, as aid workers warned of an impending health crisis caused by nearly 400 corpses.
The New York Times reports: Roy S. Moore, a former chief justice of the State Supreme Court, and Senator Luther Strange emerged from a crowded Republican field on Tuesday in a special Senate primary in Alabama, according to The Associated Press. Show More Summary
The Associated Press reports: Michael Moore has led the audience of his Broadway play to Trump Tower to protest President Donald Trump’s comments about the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. On Facebook, Moore urged people...Show More Summary
Seth Meyers tore into Donald Trump’s “clinically insane” press conference shortly after it happened last night. “You know that list of side effects at the end of a pharmaceutical ad? He apparently has all of them,” Meyer… Read The post...Show More Summary
The New York Times reports: Walmart’s chief executive issued a strong rebuke of President Trump’s response to the protests that turned violent in Charlottesville, Va., saying the president “missed a critical opportunity to help bring...Show More Summary
Among the greatest mystery novelists of all time, surely English crime novelist Agatha Christie ranks high. So well-known and ubiquitous are her works in literature that even people who have never read even a single one of her novels know her name, and over the course of her career until her death in 1976, during... Read more »
DAKAR (Reuters) - Natural and human factors made Sierra Leone's capital vulnerable to a landslide that killed more than 400 people this week: heavy rain, deforested land and communities forced by overcrowding to live on steep hillsi...
A new restaurant has opened in San Diego’s tony Gaslamp Quarter, one with an unsavory theme: Trailer Park After Dark. The underground restaurant and self-described “five star dive bar” features fashionably mismatched furniture, shopping carts for seating, wood wall paneling, actual trailers scattered...
On a gray summer afternoon a double-decker ferry cruised around New York’s Rockaway Peninsula as rain drove down in sheets. Undaunted, the passengers, including 8-year-olds from Brooklyn celebrating a birthday, looked out the windows, hoping to glimpse their quarry. A voice came over a weak microphone....
Brandon Studler is spending the next year working for the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus. In the first of a series, Studler describes how he gathers the strength to fight the Trump administration.
A conversation with a Confederate history activist in Virginia about white supremacists, preserving history and what might come amid an uncomfortable debate.
In the long, fraught history of colleges and universities dealing with sexual assault on their campuses, problems have ranged from officials shamefully covering up student complaints to administrators, absurdly, micro-managing how students should signal their consent to sex. Now, the Trump administration...