Articles by: Kaitlyn D'Onofrio
Kaitlyn D'Onofrio is associate editor at DiversityInc.
“As our president’s favorite world leader would say, ‘Das vidanya,’” said retired Col. Lt. Ralph Peters — Russian for “goodbye.”
“Black Panther”’s success “comes at the expense of other would-be event movies.”
“Where’s the punishment for the crime?” Jazzy Rowe, who still suffers mentally and physically thanks to the abuse, said in a recent interview.
“There is nothing about this skinhead lesbian that impresses me and there is nothing that she has to say unless you’re a frothing at the mouth moonbat,” said Leslie Gibson.
The majority of “our ladies,” and women teachers, “are scared of guns” and should not be trained in firearms, according to Alabama State Rep. Harry Shiver (R-Stockton).
Trump has a history of calling for a “fast trial and death penalty” — even for innocent people.
Nancy Pelosi Looms as Impediment to Democrats’ Hopes in November Elections. Time for New Leadership?
Terrible approval numbers and poor reputation caused the Democratic upset winner in the Pennsylvania special election to conspicuously disrespect her.
Not so much, according to Gov. Jerry Brown.
If she completes community service and stays out of trouble, the charges may be erased from Brianna Brochu’s record.
Nantucket Police Chief William Pittman called the racist terrorism “probably more mischievous than it is sinister.”
Racist in Chief blows another dog whistle at his Pennsylvania rally.
The LAPD chief even recommended the former officer be prosecuted.
“Everyone knows he’s going to get his job back,” Jason Pappas, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Capital City Lodge No. 9, said previously.
The president never signed a hush agreement, according to adult film star Stormy Daniels.
"To hear a Hawaii jury say that was wrong … That meant a lot to me … more than anything," Ellen Harris said.
The jury that acquitted her recommended she never patrol again.
Adrienne Lawrence accused male ESPN employees of keeping scorecards on female colleagues, openly watching porn on their computers and making sexually explicit comments about women in front of women.
Racist Professor Who Calls Blacks, Hispanics More Violent Than Whites Appointed to Trump’s Sentencing Commission
William Otis will fit right in with Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III.