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Tomi Lahren on filing lawsuit against Beck, TheBlaze: 'I've been silenced'
Conservative firebrand claims she was wrongfully terminated after she made comments about abortion rights even though Beck's company is still paying her.
Correction: Confederate General-Tennessee story
In a story April 26 about a resolution honoring Nathan Bedford Forrest, The Associated Press reported erroneously the function of a building at Middle Tennessee State University named after the Confederate general. It is an ROTC center, not a dorm. A corrected version of the story is below:
Trump pivots on question about anti-Semitism
President Trump held a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the future of U.S. relations with Israel.
Trump cited in report finding increase in domestic hate groups for 2nd year in a row
A nearly three-fold increase in the number of anti-Muslim hate groups last year contributed to an overall rise in the number of hate groups in the United States for the second year in a row, according the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). The number of anti-Muslim hate groups jumped to 101 last
After 33 seasons, 1st African-American 'Bachelorette' announced
You know after 33 seasons there wolf finally be. NASA now take a deep breath ever back. The violent be a black bachelorette. Act now sit on Jimmy Kemp often. She's still on this season of the bachelor but I guess she didn't witness and that's why she's going after it now. You'd think that. Nobody
Wife, stepson charged with murder in death of slain Missouri KKK leader
The wife of Frank Ancona, a Ku Klux Klan leader who had been missing for several days and was found dead on a Missouri riverbank yesterday, has been charged with murder, along with her son, according to local authorities. Malissa Ancona, 44, was arrested Sunday evening on a first-degree murder
Self-Proclaimed KKK Imperial Wizard Found Dead on a Riverbank
The body of a Ku Klux Klan leader who had been missing for several days was found on a Missouri riverbank, according to police . Frank Ancona, who was a 51-year-old self-proclaimed imperial wizard of a KKK chapter near St. Louis, according to a website promoting the group, was found dead by a
Sen. Cory Booker Says Jeff Sessions Hasn't Shown 'Commitment' to Civil Rights Needed to Be AG
Sen. Cory Booker , D-N.J., delivered unprecedented testimony today against the nomination of his Senate colleague, Sen. Jeff Sessions , R-Ala., for attorney general, saying that his "conscience" outweighed Senate tradition. “I know that some of my many colleagues aren’t happy that I am breaking
Sen. Sessions' Former Colleagues Describe 'Good, Christian Man'
Willie Huntley and William Smith testified on behalf of the nominee for U.S. attorney general.