Students at the University of Ottawa ban yoga fearing cultures where the exercise may be offended by the "cultural appropriation," and be reminded of the evils of imperialism.
Alex Smith, chairwoman for the College Republican National Committee, and Wadi Gaitan, communications director for the Floridian Republican Party, weigh in on tonight's GOP debate, especially on how the candidates plan to help out Millennials.
A sheriff's deputy in South Carolina was fired on Wednesday after video of the deputy throwing a black, female student from her desk and across a classroom floor surfaced on Monday.
NewsBusted's Jodi Miller delivers the headlines with a comedic twist.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunford, says he would consider recommending putting U.S. forces with Iraqi troops to fight Islamic State if that would improve the chances of defeating the militants.
It's hard to tell sometimes that Mark Kirk is running for reelection here as a Republican: In a span of two days on the campaign trail last week, the first-term senator name-checked Bernie Sanders as an ally, pitched himself as a champion of the environment and pledged that the federal government wouldn't shut down over Planned Parenthood.
While talking about Paul Ryan, MSNBC host lays down the law on what her guests can and can't say. "Hard Work" is on the banned list, as she thinks it it demeans slaves.
Chinese foreign ministry says US has acted illegally as USS Lassen comes within 12 nautical miles of Spratly archipelago China has urged the US to think twice about "making trouble" after Washington launched a direct military challenge to Beijing's territorial claims in the South China Sea with naval manoeuvres near two artificial islands in the region.
On Monday, Cruz announced that some of Perry's top financiers are now backing him, including Darwin Deason, who gave $5 million to a pro-Perry super PAC, and other Texas rainmakers, including Jim Lee and Brint Ryan.
Pink Floyd musician shares his support for US presidential nominee Bernie Sanders, but has serious reservations about the democratic frontrunner.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is now recommending banning sales of all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, to people under 21.
Bloomberg's Mark Halperin and John Heilemann sit down with Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson to get his take on being the new frontrunner in Iowa and how he might handle Donald Trump. The full interview will air Friday on "With All Due Respect" at 5 p.m. ET.
I'm not too sure what was accomplished during that 11-hour hearing on Benghazi, other than to verify the fact that Hillary Clinton would not know the truth if it was stuffed into a polyester pantsuit.
The mother of Sean Smith goes on The Kelly File with her reaction to the government response to the Benghazi attacks and Clinton's testimony before the special committee.
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