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Two Covington Catholic High School students released a video statement Monday evening describing various alleged threats against them and the school after a...
The principal said the school closed "to ensure the safety of our students, faculty and staff.” Native Americans say they have not threatened anyone.
Event on Saturday set to be smaller after several major sponsors withdrew following allegations of antisemitism.
As the Women’s March leaders face controversy, some progressive groups are cutting ties.
The Procter & Gamble-owned razor company used its Super Bowl ad to weigh in on #MeToo.
Here’s a rundown of both sides of the Gillette razor ad debate. Some are decrying the advertisement as being biased against men, while others are applauding...
Gillette released a new ad campaign today, addressing #MeToo and toxic masculinity. The almost two-minute short film version of the ad asks “Is this the...
Pete Davidson and his "Saturday Night Live" boss Lorne Michaels are coming under fire after the comedian mocked a former Navy SEAL-turned-congressional...
An emotional Megyn Kelly said she has learned from the backlash over her comments defending blackface.
Taylor Swift is done being apolitical. On Sunday, the pop megastar took to Instagram and endorsed two Democratic candidates up for election in Tennessee....
The razor company’s newest ad has been savagely received on the right, but its message is more conservative than the critics acknowledge.
A new ad for Gillette razors parrots crude leftist stereotypes of men.
"Toxic masculinity" is sometimes a scapegoat for the left, but this particular commercial makes no grand anti-male claims.
Women’s March national co-chair Tamika D. Mallory’s attempt to tamp down anti-Semitism concerns prior to next weekend’s march may have backfired.
As if we needed another thing in our lives to be politicized, now men can’t even get a cheap razor without being told their gender sucks and they’re to...