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Condé Nast will discontinue its internship program - further questioning the legal validity of such programs in the for-profit sector.
A Christian radio host on Monday pleaded with his listeners not to buy Girl Scout Cookies, which he said promote a damaging feminist agenda.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame Committee said Kim Kardashian doesn’t qualify for immortalization, but is that consistent with its own guidelines?
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Tablet magazine confused and alienated some readers with its fake announcement that Philip Roth had won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
The trucking industry has fiercely condemned “Truckers Ride for the Constitution,” which is less about civil disobedience than a deep hatred of President Obama.
Republicans demanding that Democrats cave on funding the health care law ignore the fact that Democrats already compromised on spending.
U.N. forces embroiled in the civil war in the Congo have two new foes: One is tied to Rwanda, and the other is an Islamist group.
Leading up to her appearance on “SNL” this Saturday, Miley Cyrus has been in an escalating public feud with Sinead O’Connor. Can you blame us for being suspicious?
A new California law meant to combat revenge porn only applies to photos taken by the perpetrator.
Continued sectarian violence could seriously damage foreign investors' confidence in the Southeast Asian nation.