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Company pulls Anne Frank Halloween costume from website amid backlash
A costume company has removed an outfit depicting German-born diarist Anne Frank, a Jewish victim of the Holocaust, from its website after public outrage. Ross Walker Smith, a publicist for Fun.com, the parent company of HalloweenCostumes.com, issued a public statement on Twitter this week after
Charlottesville rally drew participants from 35 states
A study has found that a white nationalist rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Virginia, earlier this year drew participants from at least 35 states
Omaha schools uninvite speaker amid bullying concerns
Officials in a west Omaha school district have canceled scheduled talks at two high schools by a Palestinian Christian speaker due to concerns that Jewish students at one of the schools were being harassed ahead of her visit
Mother of Claremont boy says son was injured in a 'lynching'
In this industrial hamlet of western New Hampshire, the unthinkable may have been unfolding. While playing just two blocks down from his home, Quincy, who is biracial, was nearly hanged from a tree, by a rope. His mother calls it an attack. “I never would have -- in a million years would have
Mother: Son's near strangling 'attempted murder'
Cassandra Merlin says her biracial son was 8 years old when he suffered severe neck injuries from a tire swing rope and now the New Hampshire state Dept. of Justice is involved.
Trump's post of GIF on Clinton adds to his history of controversial retweets
President Donald Trump has added another GIF to his history of controversial retweets. The president on Sunday morning retweeted a fake GIF that shows him hitting a golf ball that slams Hillary Clinton in the back, knocking her down. The tweet was captioned "Donald Trump's amazing golf swing
Lawmakers, organizations speak out after Trump's decision to end DACA
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday that the Trump administration will phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, giving Congress six months to arrive at a legislative solution that could protect the nearly 800,000 young people who have applied under DACA for
Anti-Defamation League slams Arpaio pardon: 'We stand today with the Latino community'
Criticism over President Donald Trump 's decision to pardon Joe Arpaio shows no signs of slowing down. The former sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, was pardoned Friday by the president for his conviction on criminal contempt of a federal court order that he stop detaining people based on their
Unpacking the controversy over what Trump has said, and not said, on Charlottesville
The reverberations from the violence in Charlottesville continue to echo as President Donald Trump faces further fallout from his handling of the situation. Members of his own party have come out against his response and now two of his economic councils have disbanded as business leaders distance
Lawmakers slam Trump for laying 'blame on both sides' in Charlottesville rally
President Donald Trump ’s press conference Tuesday afternoon, originally scheduled to focus on U.S. infrastructure, deteriorated into a spirited argument over Saturday's controversial statement on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, prompting swift responses on social media. Trump's