In a poll gauging police-community relations in New York City since the murder of two police officers last month, Quinnipiac University found that New Yorkers overwhelmingly disapprove of officers turning their backs to the mayor, but also slam Rev. Al Sharpton’s and police union leader Patrick Lynch’s behavior.
We’ve achieved a full orbit in “We need to shut up, Pt. 2.”
On Wednesday, the European Space Agency successfully landed a small spacecraft launched over 10 years ago on the surface of a comet for the first time in human history. For one of the scientists responsible for that achievement, it should have been the most significant day of his career.
If you’re a sriracha lover, you’ve been there …
Did you have to restrain a shudder when that girl you took out said she identified as a feminist? Did you pull out your “Oh, I have a thing” when the guy who bought you coffee said the U.S. should overthrow Assad? Do you want a romantic relationship that is politically compatible?
Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah was handed a 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalty after he scored a touchdown Monday night and in celebration took a knee and bowed in prayer, reports Reuters.
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Florida Republican David Jolly, sent to the U.S. House in a special election earlier this year, announced his support of same-sex marriage in a statement to The Washington Post Monday.
Washington Post columnist tells millennials to live with parents ‘as long as you can’ to alleviate student debt
Are you paying off student loans? If so, Michelle Singletary, financial advice columnist for the Washington Post, has some advice: say goodbye to your own place and beg for housing from whomever will take pity on you.
The chance to have his name on an airport. That must have been the reason young Tim Howard put in so many hours on the pitch.
The “Redskins Pride Caucus” does not have plans for legislation and merely aims to serve as a “voice” for Redskins fans.
It looks like individuals from coast to coast are pushing back against Uber, Lyft and apps like them. The University of California (UC) has barred its employees from using Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and other services like them on official business trips because the services are “not fully regulated and do not protect users to the same extent as a commercially regulated business,” according to a post on the UCLA Faculty Association blog.
Pope Francis is showing the Mafia who’s boss.
The License Commission in Cambridge, Massachusetts just outside Boston wants to prevent you from using rideshare services like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar by slapping regulations on taxi rides. According to Uber’s website, the proposed rules would force individuals to pay a minimum of $50 for a non-taxi cab ride of any distance and duration.
ABC’s “The Bachelor” franchise has sure had its share of discrimination issues, and Monday night’s episode of “The Bachelorette” proved that the show’s producers probably don’t know how to weed out the racists. One contestant, Andrew, allegedly called two other African American contestants “blackies” during an earlier rose ceremony.
As is often the case, a responsible culture can be the best protection from itself.
CAIR’s hypocritical embrace of a controversial theologian makes it impossible to take its effort to whitewash the connection between extreme interpretations of Islam and 9/11 seriously.
Let’s not allow “these technologies” to replace that which is irreplaceable; to replace existence in nature with existence through radio waves. Let them live side-by-side, and if a person happens to prefer one to the other, so be it.
Jimmy Kimmel managed to turn innocent phrases into profane ones on his show Thursday night with another edition of “This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.”