Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, wore brownface makeup to a party at the private school where he was teaching in the spring of 2001.

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Iran Tells U.S. 'Repent': Rules out Talks as Tensions Rise over Saudi Attacks

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Tuesday there will be no one-on-one talks with Washington after Tehran was blamed for weeke

Michelle Obama Charging Thousands of Dollars for Some Seats on Her New Tour

Former first lady Michelle Obama is embarking on a much-ballyhooed stadium tour, and tickets are apparently difficult to come by.

Is that you, Justin?

Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, wore brownface makeup to a party at the private school where he was teaching in the spring of 2001.

New York Blames 'Airplanes' for 9/11 Attack

Quickly deletes tweet after furious backlash

Is that you, Justin?

Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, wore brownface makeup to a party at the private school where he was teaching in the spring of 2001.

DOJ files civil suit against Edward Snowden over new memoir

The Justice Department filed a civil lawsuit Tuesday against former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden for violating his non-

Iran Tells U.S. 'Repent': Rules out Talks as Tensions Rise over Saudi Attacks

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Tuesday there will be no one-on-one talks with Washington after Tehran was blamed for weeke

Michelle Obama Charging Thousands of Dollars for Some Seats on Her New Tour

Former first lady Michelle Obama is embarking on a much-ballyhooed stadium tour, and tickets are apparently difficult to come by.

Democrats Reject 'Red Flag' Amendment So Law Enforcement Can't Target Gang Databases

House Democrats this week came out in support of taking guns away from some Americans, but opposed using so-called red flag laws to take guns

New York Blames 'Airplanes' for 9/11 Attack

Quickly deletes tweet after furious backlash

'Far From Dead': Taliban, Al-Qaeda remain tight 18 years after 9/11

The Afghanistan-based Taliban and its global Jihadi ally Al-Qaeda remain formidable and more geographically dispersed today than during any o

Illinois hospital created 'comfort room' for aborted babies to die in

An eyewitness nurse revealed how a hospital in Illinois has a “comfort room” in which aborted babies who survive for hours outside the womb a

Condoleezza Rice: "I'm relieved" that U.S. walked away from talks with Taliban

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she's "relieved" that the U.S. walked away from talks with the Taliban to withdraw troops fro

NYU Warns LA about Outbreak of Medieval Disease

According to an internist at the New York University School of Medicine, the burgeoning number of homeless people in the cities of America, p

Woman to PragerU: Preborn eagles are people… but preborn humans aren’t

PragerU’s Will Witt visited Echo Park in Los Angeles recently to gather signatures for two petitions.

'Cheers' Actress Rips Hollywood 'Hypocrites' for Refusing To Work with Trump Supporters

Actress Kirstie Alley on Friday issued a blunt call for Hollywood liberals to get over themselves and stop persecuting Republicans.

Chinese firm creates first cloned kitten

Garlic's owner said he hoped the character of the kitten clone would be like that of the original cat

Vegan demands neighbor stop cooking barbecues

A Perth vegan has taken her neighbours all the way to the Supreme Court, demanding they stop smoking, bouncing balls and even cooking barbecu

Mattis savages Obama for 'failure' in foreign policy

Though former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis only mentions his last boss, President Trump, in the opening pages of his new book, the Washington

Military suicides top record despite government's best efforts

The disturbing number has held steady for years: Roughly 20 U.S. military veterans take their own lives each day.