A CNN employee looking through the seat-back pocket on a commercial airline found Department of Homeland Security documents detailing how the U.S. would respond to a potential anthrax attack on the Super Bowl.
Representatives for Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube trekked up to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to let senators know how their personal war on terrorism is going. It turns out that things are going well, thanks for asking.
Muslim communities around the country are grieving over the terror attack that left eight people dead in lower Manhattan—but that won’t stop the frustratingly familiar cycle of blame, suspicion, and Islamophobia that Muslim Americans often experience after incidents like these.
There’s been an attack on American soil, people are looking for a strong leader to assuage their fears and promise to kill the bad guys, and the president is responding by threatening to curtail civil liberties and sign on to xenophobic policies. Sound familiar?
Yesterday, a bloodthirsty man drove a truck down a sidewalk in Manhattan, killing eight people. Are your friends in New York City okay? I can virtually guarantee it. Yes.
On Tuesday afternoon, an unidentified man in a rented Home Depot truck drove 20 blocks down a bike path that traced the Hudson River in Lower Manhattan. The New York Times reports that 8 people were killed and at least 15 people were injured.
Several activists protesting California Republican Congressman Ed Royce’s immigration policies were reportedly hospitalized after a motorist drove his car through their rally on Thursday.
Netflix and Marvel made the right decision a few weeks ago when the companies decided to cancel The Punisher panel at New York Comic Con in the wake of the October 1 shooting in Las Vegas that left 58 people dead and 489 others wounded. The timing would have been beyond offensive, which raises the question: When can…
Donald Trump has been in the White House long enough for all of us to know that the depths of his malice are boundless.
I’ll be totally honest with you: I like the sound of White House adviser and Nazi-adjacent man Sebastian Gorka’s voice. It’s the sort of lightly accented baritone that would be perfectly at home in a luxury car commercial voiceover, or reading a book on tape about the Victorian-era British navy. But, much as I enjoy…
It’s been three days since somebody threw a bomb through the window of the Al–Farooq Youth and Family Center in Bloomington, MN. In that time, President Donald Trump has attacked CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, the New York Times and the Washington Post, mocked a senator’s military service, and retweeted Fox & Friends a lot.
Rep. Trent Franks, a member of the House Freedom Caucus, introduced an amendment to Congress’ annual defense spending bill on Wednesday night that would foment anti-Muslim bigotry in the guise of counter-terrorism. On Friday morning, Franks’ amendment failed narrowly, 208-217.
A mosque in lower Manhattan received a letter sent from London on Wednesday threatening an attack on a “scale never seen before,” police confirmed.
In the wake of the horrific terrorist attack against Muslims outside a mosque in North London, the public has been forced to grapple with a number of tough questions. Among them: Who is Darren Osborne, the 47-year-old suspected of driving his van into a crowd of Muslim men? Where was he radicalized? And, in the wake…
Everything about neo–Nazi Brandon Russell’s case is messed up.
In the wake of Saturday’s terror attack in London, master statesman Donald Trump opted to pepper his perfunctory condolences on behalf of the United States with a healthy dose of bigoted bravado and political grandstanding—including a particularly gratuitous swipe at London Mayor Sadiq Khan, with whom Trump has …
Back in March, Breitbart News Editor in Chief Alex Marlow went on NBC’s Today show and claimed that “absolutely, without a doubt” the right–wing site once run by Trump adviser Steve Bannon has been unfairly demonized for its racist and xenophobic content. That caused some eyes to roll.