Fast-food giant McDonald's flipped its globally recognizable arches logo around to make a giant yellow “W” March 8 in celebration of International Women's Day.
The Chinese government is using dishonest and underhanded tactics — including using Chinese student groups on U.S. college campuses — to influence both perception and public policy in the United States.
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has indicated he will sign a bill passed by both houses of the state legislature that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
Jim Barfield, director of The Copper Scroll Project, talks to The New American about historic archeological breakthroughs in his effort to locate the biblical Ark of the Covenant and the sacred objects and treasures of King Solomon's Temple.
The so-called “student” movement dubbed “March for Our Lives” seeking to disarm the American people is not everything it seems to be.
A Christian group at Harvard has been placed on probation after it barred an openly homosexual individual from serving in leadership.
The recent U.S. Air Force Academy’s Character & Leadership Symposium, featuring a “military transgender couple,” Professor Cornel West, and Dr. Ruth Westheimer, shows the federal government is still deeply mired in the Obama “swamp” legacy.
Just 42 percent of Washington, D.C., high-school seniors in government schools are on track to graduate this year, according to data released by D.C. Public Schools. And of those, many, if not most, will be woefully unqualified to do much of anything, including read or do basic math.
As usual, the event featured the self-congratulatory entertainment industry insiders taking pot-shots at political opponents and signaling all sorts of virtue. And this year, for extra fun, the honored films included one about bestiality and one about pedophilia.