According to a new report, Chicago police are investigating the possibility that actor Jussie Smollett worked with two men to stage an attack against him last month.
Penthouse Magazine published a 15-minute video that targeted “hypocrite” Hollywood director Judd Apatow, using his own past of politically incorrect jokes against the left-wing director.
Students at George Washington University are demanding the school change its mascot, the “Colonial,” arguing the nickname may “discourage” students, due to not being “inclusive.” Students suggest changing the mascot to a “hippo” or “riverhorse” instead.
Ohio State University is hosting “Sex Week” during the week of Valentine’s Day, which even includes an event on how to use sex toys, as well as a Planned Parenthood-sponsored talk on abortion.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was criticized this week after he boasted about Twitter’s “misgendering” ban while simultaneously claiming that users are not suspended for their political views.
Internal policies at Alabama A&M University state that insulting remarks or any “verbal comment” about a person’s age could constitute harassment.
The University of Iowa has canceled a scheduled “whiteness” workshop after it received criticism and scrutiny from the community.
Cornell University is planning to host a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood in celebration of Valentine’s Day, complete with singing and dancing performances by the school’s a-cappella and dance groups.
Bill and Melinda Gates issued their annual letter on Tuesday, revealing global philanthropic accomplishments in the past year and outlining what they hoped to accomplish this year, including helping people understand “what it will take to stop climate change.”
Actor Jussie Smollett said in a new interview that he is angry at people who don’t “want to see the truth” about an alleged racial attack that he claims to be a victimized of.
Students at Dartmouth College protested and harassed conservative speaker Dinesh D’Souza, who spoke at his alma mater on Monday about American exceptionalism, and the difference between legal and illegal immigration. Protestors harassed D’Souza with a chant of “go home racist.”
A Fresno State official is may have fabricated a confession from a student who had been accused of sexual misconduct.
Students for Life of America recently launched its first-ever student group at a historically black university. The group’s pro-life chapter officially became recognized at Mississippi Valley State University at the end of January.
The prestigious Williams College in Massachusetts is scheduled to host a “Processing Whiteness” workshop for its faculty and students.
A group of 13 same-sex couples in Japan plans to file a lawsuit Thursday challenging their legal inability to marry, depriving them of the ability to inherit property from their partners, make meaningful medical decisions in cases of emergency, and other rights.
Actress Brie Larson said in a new interview that she is taking an active role in the press runs for her films to make sure they are “more inclusive.”
Transgender activists are lobbying the courts to achieve their goal of removing children from the homes of parents who refuse to affirm their child’s new, self-proclaimed gender identity.
Students at the University of New Orleans could violate their school’s”sexual harassment policy by sending “suggestive” notes or cards in celebration of Valentine’s Day, due to the university’s broad definition of sexual harassment.
Police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, are apologizing for a photo showing cops in blackface for an undercover drug operation in 1993.
Multi-hyphenate actor-rapper-TV host Nick Cannon went after comedians Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Sarah Silverman for their past use of blackface in a social media post this week, saying, “Tell the Jimmys to holla at me!”
Meghan Murphy, the founder of the radical feminist blog Feminist Current, has filed a lawsuit against Twitter after the social network blacklisted her in November for stating that men are not women.
George Washington University is facing criticism over a series of blackface photos that were found in old yearbooks from the 1960s.
A new edition of shoes designed by pop star Katy Perry are reportedly going to be taken off the market because they resemble, at least to some shoppers, blackface.
A new report suggests that free speech protections are crumbling at the City University of New York (CUNY).
Oxford University announced this week that they will overhaul its classics department because male students are outperforming female students.
George Mason University hosted an event last week for students who were struggling to cope with the recent blackface controversy surrounding Virginia Governor Ralph Northam.
A Cambridge University lecturer continued her annual tradition appearing naked in public, this time to give a anti-Brexit lecture.