The company behind Advanced Placement courses for U.S. high school students will release a revision to the standards for AP U.S. history on Thursday morning, after significant pushback from conservatives who claimed the redesigned course framework, released last year, painted American history in too negative a light.
In the first two parts of Salon’s conversation with Camille Paglia, we covered Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton, the return of the ’90s sensibility, and then the rise of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Jacquita Gomes is torn about whether to believe that plane debris found more than 16 months after the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is the first concrete evidence that her husband is truly
According to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran is essentially financing terrorism. And he’s not backing down after the president called his comments “outrageous.”
Rolling Stone’s managing editor Will Dana is leaving his position at the entertainment magazine as the publication faces lawsuits over an article falsely accusing a University of Virginia fraternity of gang rape.
Bill Clinton is still philandering, claims a new book on the Secret Service from Ronald Kessler–and his “blonde, busty mistress” treats agents better than Hillary Clinton ever did!
Tom Brady reacted to Roger Goodell’s decision to uphold his four-game suspension for the 2015 season in a statement released Wednesday.
MOSCOW (AP) — Local news reports say Ukraine has banned actor Gerard Depardieu from entering the country for five years.
In part one of our three-day conversation with Camille Paglia, the brilliant cultural critic talked Bill Cosby, Bill Clinton and the odd, persistent return of ’90s political correctness. Today she takes on even hotter-button topics: Religion and atheism, Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show” legacy, liberals and Fox News, and presidential candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
JAMESTOWN, Va. — When his friends buried Capt. Gabriel Archer here about 1609, they dug his grave inside a church, lowered his coffin into the ground and placed a sealed silver box on the lid.
A video shot in Japan’s port city of Osaka has been making the rounds online, displaying a swarm of white spherical objects of unknown origin flying across the sky. The low-quality footage has triggered speculation over extra-terrestrial life and UFOs.
In Politico, Manu Raju and Burgess Everett write: “In the seven months since McConnell has assumed the reins of Senate majority leader, he has faced a cadre of problems stemming from a small group of rabble-rousing conservatives who’ve challenged his
The first GOP debate, televised on August 6 on Fox News, is already a total backfire for the establishment. Based on the latest polls, it will likely include every single one of the candidates the Republican elite despises: Donald Trump, Mike Huckabee, Ben Carson and Ted Cruz.
Donald Trump pivots to a message position himself against cronyism–that the DC establishment and its lobbyists can’t tempt him with money.
A Minnesota dentist has been accused of paying more than $50,000 to illegally kill a popular African lion named Cecil, a move that could put the rest of the lion’s pride in danger, Zimbabwe wildlife officials in the country said Tuesday.
An analysis by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, based in part on a 92-page personal financial disclosure form made public last week, revealed a portfolio for Trump dominated by skyscrapers and golf courses.
Whatever happens to Trump, the strong positive response from many rank-and-file Republicans to his attacks on immigrants and free trade, and to his contempt for party leaders, has demonstrated the depth of alienation among much of the GOP base—particularly, blue-collar and older whites.
The horrible truth is that the feminist establishment in the U.S., led by Gloria Steinem, did in fact apply a double standard to Bill Clinton’s behavior because he was a Democrat.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio says the United States must acknowledge a “painful” history of racial discrimination that still affects many minorities.
Federal prisoners who identify as humanist can now celebrate Darwin Day and get accommodations typically afforded to those inmates who believe in a deity.
U.S. District Judge Sidney Stein said it appeared that Citizens United will not succeed in a lawsuit it brought on First Amendment grounds to try to block disclosures of the information to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, including names, addresses and the total contributions of major donors.
The hackers accessed Planned Parenthood’s website databases and the names and email addresses of its employees Sunday night.
Scott Walker is running for president hardened by four years of fighting for fiscal pragmatism and public sector reform as governor of Wisconsin. Those bruising battles, and his victories in them, underscore nearly every position he has staked out on the road he hopes will take him to the White House.
Pedro Martinez won induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday. In Cooperstown, he revealed why he skipped a start in 2002 that likely cost him another Cy Young Award.
The American League’s best just got better.