With the Secret Service reportedly launching an investigation into her terrorist-minded comments delivered at the Women’s March on Saturday, pop star Madonna is now back peddling by saying her words were “taken wildly out of context.”
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In his last actions as President of the United States, Obama has freed four more prisoners held at military detention facility Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.
Wednesday night, a debate at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. was held for the candidates seeking to acquire the position of Chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
Edward Snowden will be staying in Russia after President Obama refused to grant him a pardon like the one he granted Chelsea Manning.
A high school in the suburbs of Chicago is teaching their students classes and seminars that revolve around “blackenomics”, “trans-rights”, and “white genocide against blacks.”
Ivanka Trump, along with husband Jared Kushner and children, is moving to Washington D.C. as her father draws closer to becoming President of the United States. However, her move to the D.C. may start off bumpy due to a group of protesters who are planning demonstrations outside her home.
Police have arrested a suspect in a fire that broke out at the Islamic Center of the Eastside in Bellevue, Washington.
A few days after President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, top editors from Slate, Univision, The Huffington Post, and The New Yorker will begin a conversation on “how the news media can and should proceed to cover the Trump presidency.”
Because of his administration’s tense relationship with Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, Barack Obama may be rejected from an exclusive Maryland golf club.
According to lead organizer Legba Carrefour, many of the ready-to-go protesters began preparing for this moment in June. The massive Inauguration Day protest has been titled “Operation Clusterfuck.”
During a Tuesday confirmation hearing, Senator Jeff Sessions promised to recuse himself from any investigation involving Hillary Clinton.
A Utah parent has contacted us about the “teaching plan” his fourth-grade son brought home from school this past week.
Don Lemon has tried to “back peddle” from his statement concerning how the behavior of the suspects in the now infamous, horrific torture video, were not “evil”.
At least three people have been critically wounded in an explosion in the western Turkish city of Izmir.
The D.C. Cannabis Coalition has announced it will handing out free “joints” during President-elect Trump’s inaugural ceremony.
Over 300 cases of welfare fraud have been discovered in a German city, and the perpetrators allegedly originated from a group of asylum seekers Germany received in 2015.
A broad range of new laws are set to take effect in 2017. From tax relief on tampons to gun control, Fox News has released an article sharing some of the bizarre new laws going into effect today.
Nashir Media Foundation (NMF) is a media organization affiliated with the Islamic State. Today, NMF began posting terrifying images encouraging supporters to conduct anarchy on the annual holiday. They cite Anis Amri’s attack in Berlin on Christmas Day as an example to follow.
Following Thursday’s announcement that the Obama administration will be imposing sanctions on Russia, Republican Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are not only doubling down on these measures, but are also claiming they will impose “stronger sanctions” in the upcoming Congress.
The U.S. military might execute a prisoner convicted of Rape and Murder, for the first time in more than 55 years.
A woman was beheaded by a gang of armed men in Afghanistan because she went shopping without her husband.
Obama may have lost his battle to appoint Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, but analysts say he has still reshaped the federal courts for decades to come.
Last week the Obama administration signed off on a “Social Security” gun ban that may stop thousands of law-abiding elderly citizens from purchasing guns for self-defense.
Some Christians have slammed a new version of a traditional nativity scene – Two Josephs sitting beside a baby Jesus Christ in a manger.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced that police have stopped a terrorist plot in Melbourne, originally set to be carried out on Christmas Day. Seven suspects in total were arrested. They are being charged with creating explosive devices and plotting to attack the city in the name of ISIS.
Donald Trump announced Thursday morning that his former campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, will serve as counselor to the president in the incoming administration.
On Tuesday a federal court released the search warrant documents filed by the FBI that led to the re-opening of the Clinton email investigation just days before the presidential election.
According to an article interviewing Bill Clinton earlier this month, he stated, that the President-elect “doesn’t know much,” however, “one thing he does know is how to get angry, white men to vote for him.”
A 15 year old Iraqi child was captured just before he was about to detonate a suicide vest at a sports stadium in Iraq on the orders of the Islamic State back in August.
A U.S. underwater research drone estimated at $150,000, was stolen Thursday by a Chinese Naval Ship in the South China Sea.
Georgia’s Secretary of State is “mad as hell” after his office confirmed that 10 cyber attacks on its network were all traced back to U.S. Department of Homeland Security addresses.
Former CIA director Leon Panetta said Wednesday that President-elect Donald Trump may risk being blamed for a terrorist attack on the United States if he doesn’t take regular daily intelligence briefings.
Oxford University’s Union encourages their students to use gender neutral pronouns so as not to offend transgender undergraduates.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement department that handles deportations spent more than $100 million of its money over the last few years ferrying illegal immigrant children around the U.S.
Obama is going after Russia, and he wants U.S. intelligence agencies to deliver the evidence before he leaves office.