The Kavanaugh confirmation fight revealed the GOP to be the party of situational ethics and moral relativism in the name of winning at all costs. This article was updated on Sunday, October 7 at 2:56 Unlike
On day two of the confirmation hearings for Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s second nominee to the Supreme Court, Senator John Cornyn of Texas brought up the 2000 case Santa Fe Independent District
For decades, an increasingly loud chorus has claimed that economic inequality is primarily driven by class, with other possible reasons for disparities, such as race, playing a lesser role. They say that
In a heated interview, White House adviser Stephen Miller talks with CNN's Jake Tapper about Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury" and its revelations about life inside the Trump campaign and White House.
U.S. news The arts-and-crafts chain Hobby Lobby will pay $3 million to settle a federal case over smuggled Iraqi antiquities it bought to demonstrate its "passion for the Bible." The Oklahoma-based retailer
(CNN) — A gay man is suing a funeral home in Mississippi, alleging that it refused to cremate his husband because it did not "deal with their kind." John "Jack" Zawadski, 82, and his nephew filed a lawsuit
OUT Politics and Policy Just two weeks after repealing and replacing its controversial and costly HB2 “bathroom bill,” North Carolina lawmakers have introduced legislation that seeks to invalidate same-sex
An undocumented mother of four US citizen children with no criminal history was deported Wednesday after numerous attempts and appeals to stop her removal. Last week, the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth