A Texas mom who brought “ABC—Deconstructing Gender” to the checkout counter was told she could not buy it.
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Slander and fearmongering won the day in northern Idaho. The losers? Truth and education.
“How is this more appropriate?” mom Kaia Alexander wonders. “This is a book about children murdering children.”
Hernan Portillo-Flores was fleeing possible torture or death when he sought asylum as a teen. Eight years later, his landmark case can finally win, if only someone could find him.
Some residents of the indicted congressman’s congressional district say they worry about sharing personal information.
A social media account that appears to belong to gunman Mauricio Garcia is filled with bigotry toward women, Jewish people, and racial minorities.
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Vinny Palermo was removed from his leadership role after a corruption indictment, but he retains his seat.
Tammany Brooks ran the Antioch, California, police department—where cops sent appalling text messages. Now he’s a big shot in Boise.
Tucker Carlson never truly believed the conspiracies he was selling—but that shouldn’t stop him from being held accountable for the deluge of fear and anger he unleashed.