An Argentine radio host has agreed to a plea deal that requires him to have a feminist guest on his show each week for five months. Angel Etchecopar must let the women speak for 10 minutes without interruption and cannot criticize them after they leave. Prosecutors had charged him with making "disrespectful, insulting, denigrating and discriminatory" remarks about women on his show.
Wednesday’s fiesta of the Black Nazarene delivered our annual dose of wonder at the sight of millions of Filipinos turning out unshod for a centuries old tradition. by Ernesto P. Maceda Jr.
Today’s comic by Mark Fiore is The Year in Lies: What’s coming up on Sunday Kos
Americans are stuck in a Cold War mind-set, but China’s ambitions go far beyond planting flags on new moons and planets.
The PM leads a party that is divided and a country stockpiling food and medicines as if preparing for war. She needs to humbly reach out to her opponents and find a way to prevent Britain crashing out of the EU in weeks
The latest chapter in the campus culture wars
Politicians don’t seem to heed the multiple warnings in multiple nations that the populist revolt against elites imposing their preferences is real and fueled by genuine anger.
Friday night, the Special Counsel’s office released an extremely rare statement that dismised as “not accurate” a BuzzFeed News item from Thursday night that alleged President Trump directed former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about possible construction of a Trump Tower in Moscow. Despite the fact that the story remained not confirmed by any news outlet from when it was first published to the statement from Mueller’s team, the broadcast networks devoted 27 minutes and 33...
As campaigns against "toxic" manhood continue in this #MeToo era, few people talk about "toxic" femininity. Unfortunately, this is because the poison of modern-day feminism has convinced a malleable culture that masculinity should be denigrated. Somehow, eschewing half of society is how equality will finally be achieved.
Successful social movements are always the target of deceitful campaigns and attempts to undermine them. The Women's March is no different.
Army recruiters are having a challenging time convincing Americans born between 1995 and 2005 to sign up and serve. The situation is so dire that Army Recruiting Command has turned to e-Sports video game tournaments.
The former Chicago police officer convicted of murdering a black teenager in 2014 was sentenced to six years and nine months in prison Friday, according to WLS-TV.
Earlier this week, Canada rolled out sweeping new food regulations, adopted under a law dubbed the Safe Food for Canadians Act (SFCA). The regulations will be phased in over a period of several years.
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The battle for new delivery business spurred by the significant rise in large products ordered online is officially on.