The NRA’s agenda has always involved racism — here’s where they miss the mark about Chicago and sanctuary cities.
The hashtag #BoycottNRA was the number one trending topic on Twitter on Friday morning.
“It’s really, really good. Diversity!” Rauner said to the audience in an insulting demonstration during a Black History Month event.
Chad Copley had called 911 to report he was on "neighborhood watch" and that there were armed "hoodlums" who were racing on his street, police said.
Tony Mendoza became the third member of the California legislature, to resign over allegations of sexual misconduct since the #MeToo movement took root last fall.
NRA propaganda whipping up fear of Black and Latino people for gun industry profits is behind crazy permissive gun laws.
The GOP lawmaker perpetuates right-wing conspiracy theories amid the Parkland, Fla., tragedy.
Other Republicans also capitalize on the opportunity for a conspiracy theory.
"If we had stricter gun control, we would not have lost 17 lives," Florence Yared, a survivor of the Florida shooting, told reporters after meeting with state lawmakers.
According to the lawsuit, a boy was taken from his home and detained for months based on false reports that he was involved with gang activity.
“If we want to make America great again, we will have to make evil people fear punishment again,” says Mike Whitlow, who tried to pull a Trump after being outed.
“Everyone is just one bad day away from needing accessible options the #ADA requires to help them get around,” tweeted Sen. Tammy Duckworth.
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer condemned LaPierre's comments and said the NRA was "once again spewing pathetic, out of touch ideas, blaming everything but guns."
The former first lady took to Twitter to rave about the record-breaking movie.
Director Ryan Coogler has successfully shown the world what Black excellence means.
Radio Personality Patrick Connor’s Perverted Comments on Chloe Kim Shock Neanderthals Working With Him.
Connor apologizes to Kim, calling himself “a total idiot.”
Principal Patricia Catania denied lessons on the Harlem Renaissance and confiscated a student-made poster celebrating Lena Horne.