"Super Thursday" Arrives: Futures Flat Ahead Of ECB Decision, Critical CPI Print
Dr. Anthony Fauci on Monday doubled down on his claim that people who are attacking him are "actually criticizing science."
It is squarely on the shoulders of the proponents of CRT to resolve this confusion and to answer for its excesses.
Should we be shocked that a so-called journalist is criticizing a legal process used by people to understand what their own governments are doing? Absolutely not.
India vice-captain not feeling the pressure over his batting stats in England or India's Test record in Southampton
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Law and culture almost always need some reform, but the work of racial justice begins, not with systemic critique, but with love based on the recognition that we are all children of God.
U.S. stock-index futures fell late Sunday, following Wall Street's worst week since October.
Dr. Anthony Fauci responded to the controversy surrounding his emails Friday, denouncing renewed criticism of his job performance and pandemic-related decisions as "anti-science."
When Katie Grimes finished third in the 1,500-meter freestyle Wednesday at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials, establishing the relatively unknown 15-year-old as a swimmer worth keeping tabs on, Katie Ledecky threw in her support. “You’re the future,” Ledecky, a five-time Olympic gold medalist, told Grimes. Ledecky had to amend her
The Washington Post bumbled through a Saturday article attacking Christopher Rufo, an investigative journalist and prominent opponent of “critical race theory” in our schools. Rufo took to Twitter to accuse the Post of five lies in the article by reporters Laura Meckler and Josh Dawsey.