On Friday, a federal judge in Kentucky tossed Nicholas Sandmann’s defamation case against the Washington Post. Here’s why Sandmann is likely to win on appeal.
It’s a given that Twitter is a bubble, but according to a new Pew survey, only 22 percent of American adults say they ever use Twitter.
A white family adopting black children and raising them to be individuals with their own convictions rather than those of a specific race or class is neither racist nor white supremacist.
What is the Native Youth Alliance? Where was it incorporated? Who is the current director? Who has access to the PayPal account? And for what will the funds be used?
Videos and photos posted on Facebook provide new evidence of Nathan Phillips’ stolen valor.
Our fact-checking safeguards no longer function like they used to. Isn’t it time we rethink how we distribute information?
The Covington Catholic boys may not have behaved with perfect decorum. But they’re teenagers. The adults here, on the other hand, should be completely ashamed of themselves.
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