Micro-cheating is the new ‘micro-aggression.’ Sorta.
A racially-motivated attack in which a schoolgirl claimed a man tried to cut off her hijab has turned out to be a hoax, Toronto police concluded.
Researchers are developing actual gaydar, software that can judge from photos whether someone is homosexual.
On Monday’s livestream, MILO shocks viewers with a noteworthy new hairdo and discusses conservative icon Martin Luther King, Jr.
The hits keep coming.
The People’s Revolutionary Defense Coalition is one of many new far-left militias that have sprung up in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory at the election, and has on more than one occasion bragged about its readiness for an armed insurrection.
In the latest of a series of hidden video footage released by Project Veritas, top level Twitter engineers revealed to undercover journalists that ‘three to four hundred people are paid to look at dick pics.
President Donald Trump takes his message directly to the people, and the people respond. This is exactly how democracy should be.
Netflix has brought the hit 1990s NBC sitcom Friends back for a millennial audience, but the once progressive show has been met with a barrage of complains regarding its un-“woke” content.
An infant who lived at the end of the last ice age in present day Alaska belonged to a previously unknown group of ancient humans most closely related to modern day white Europeans.
Roger Stone took to social media to accuse Robert Mueller “and his thugs” of reading his private emails.
On Sunday, Daily Beast reporter Lizzie Crocker was forced to resign after she was outed for plagiarizing an article first posted on the Weekly Standard by Alice B. Lloyd.
Aziz Ansari, the star of Master of None and Parks & Recreation, says that he took his accuser’s “words to heart” following allegations that he sexually assaulted her on their first date.
Marilou Danley, the Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock’s girlfriend, deleted evidence of her relationship with the shooter an hour before police revealed his name.
Male models are jumping on the #MeToo bandwagon.
Author of the infamous Google memo, James Damore, has filed a lawsuit and some juicy details about the inner workings of the tech giant are emerging.
Taken and Star Wars actor Liam Neeson expressed views critical of the #MeToo movement on Irish television’s The Late Late Show, stating that the culture of accusing men of sexual harassment and the subsequent assumption of guilt may be harming innocent people.
The massive explosion of white-hooded people that was supposed to materialize after Trump’s election hasn’t showed up yet.