“I’m not going there,” one GOP senator said when asked about racially charged insults the president has directed toward African Americans and others. The studied avoidance reflects the reluctance of Republicans to confront some of Trump’s often divisive and inflammatory remarks.
Multiple former students said they were groomed and sexually abused by teachers in the 1970s at Key School in Annapolis, and in some cases had intimate contact with adults that lasted years. The private school has launched an investigation into the allegations.
A powerful corporation in Virginia plans to build a 600-mile pipeline and natural gas compressor station, drawing protests from a yoga retreat and a historic African American community founded after the Civil War by freed slaves.
Mike Mullen said that while the president has the authority to pull security clearances of ex-officials critical of him, such as former CIA director John Brennan, “it immediately brings back the whole concept of the ‘enemies list’” under Nixon.
U.S. officials are concerned not only about Russia, but also Iran, China and North Korea, said national security adviser John Bolton. He said elections are not the only potential targets for hostile international hackers.
Spewing vitriol and calling for violence, Richard Jankowski targeted Ferguson protesters, LeBron James and affirmative action. Now he's running for a school board seat in a N.J. district where more than a third of high school students identify as minorities.
Players from one of the nation’s top high school football teams complained of full-contact practices in shorts and inadequate attention to hydration and heat exposure. A player's parent said the practices caused “multiple players with broken bones.”