Our culture and our legal system have strongly deterred victims from reporting their sexual assaults. According to the Department of Justice, rape is the single most underreported crime. Social mores which shame and blame victims who come forward with the truth certainly don't help that.
Given the choice of a bath or a shower, my overwhelming preference is to spend time in a tub. I am, it must be said, something of a serial soaker, luxuriating in a warm, scented bath at least five...
The San Diego Union Tribune has reported that a group of 100 migrants “marched” to the US Consulate in Tijuana on Tuesday and requested they either be allowed to enter the US or else, be paid $50,000 per person to go home. The group’s organizer, Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa, said they arrived at that amount as a group, and “It may seem like a lot of money | Read More
Former President George H.W. Bush died on Friday, November 30, at age 94.
Bill and Hillary Clinton are about to go away forever Yes, people, the day is coming, and it's coming fast: We're almost done for good with Bill and Hillary Clinton. How can we be sure, you ask? Here's how: Tickets to see them live and hear them blab about their ...
Trump shot back with a tweet calling Tillerson "lazy as hell."
Both Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump are caught up in Robert Muller's Russia investigation as the special counsel looks into their connection with the Trump Tower Moscow project, Yahoo News reported Friday. The report explained that Ms. Trump, who now works in her father's administration, and Mr. ...
President Donald Trump told Republican U.S. Representative Mark Meadows that he wants him to stay in Congress rather than take the White House chief of staff job the president is seeking to fill, a White House official said on Wednesday.
Let’s get the bad news out of the way first: it’s possible that Jared Kushner may not successfully broker a Middle East peace deal.
“I’m confident that if a Texas Democrat is on the ballot in 2020 that Texas will go Democratic," Castro, who is exploring a presidential run, told BuzzFeed News.
If President Trump caves on his demand for funding to start on his on-again-off-again border wall, he might as well just go back home to New York and let his daughter run the White House for the rest of his term.
The latest example is an improbably successful lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act in Texas—and Wisconsin's attempt to stay involved in it.
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Outgoing House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes on Sunday called for the creation of a transparency office nestled under the White House that would be dedicated to declassifying government information.
White House senior adviser Stephen Miller said Sunday that the Trump administration is willing to do "whatever is necessary" to build a wall along the southern border, including shutting down the government at the end of the week.
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Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Sunday pledged that Democrats in the Senate will fight "tooth and nail" against a Texas judge's ruling that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional.