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National Security Advisor John Bolton has never been popular on social media.
So far, 20 Republican signatures have been recorded for the petition.
Despite international condemnation, the Trump Administration and the Israeli government reveled in the decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.
Neighbors and allies see a high school worth saving, despite teacher vacancies, abysmal graduation rates and low attendance.
No long ago, California lawyer Michael Avenatti was little-known outside the world of class-action lawsuits.
“Spider Pig, Spider Pig – does whatever a Spider Pig does.”
Zero tolerance policies are typically fairly uncontroversial—banning students from bringing weapons to school, for instance, or not allowing sexual harassment in the workplace.
Few cities in world history have been as hotly contested as Jerusalem. Locus of some of the holiest sites of three major world religions and officially the capital of Israel, Jerusalem is also claimed by Palestinians.
The United States might be a country of immigrants, but conservative commentator Tomi Lahren seems not to have gotten the memo.
Net neutrality is on its deathbed, and Senate Democrats are trying their best to zap it back to life.
Frustrated by City Council, Philadelphia Mayor eyes alternate method to jump-start his signature initiative, Rebuild.
Drugs have been on President Donald Trump’s mind since last year when he declared war on opiate addiction.
Protesters demanded officials condemn the ceremony amid killings on the Gaza Strip, which on Monday alone totaled more than fifty people.
President Trump has long decried what he believes is a coordinated effort by the media to report on his Administration in a derogatory way.
Midterm elections are still a months away, but some analysts say that after Tuesday’s primary elections, Democrats might just retake Congress.