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Donald Trump Claims He Never Said Orlando Victims Should Have Been Armed — But He Did


Donald Trump sought to rewrite history Monday morning, walking back his previous comment that the 49 victims killed in the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, should have been armed.

Texas Congressman Tells Off Donald Trump: "Take Your Border Wall and Shove It Up Your Ass"


He's not mincing words. Rep. Filemon Vela, a Texas Democrat, told Donald Trump exactly what he wants him to do with his proposal to build a bigger wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

President Obama Reiterates Commitment to Ending HIV/AIDS by 2030 in Commemorative Address


President Barack Obama made a statement Sunday in commemoration of the first diagnosed AIDS case in the United States, news of which broke 35 years ago on this day.

Way Too Many College Men Admit to Behavior That Meets Legal Definition of Rape


Sexual assault on college campuses isn't an epidemic; rather, it's a decades-old problem that we're only now talking about, one entrenched in gendered stereotypes.

13 Photos Of the Wildfires Ravaging a Wealthy Los Angeles Suburb


A wildfire in Los Angeles County has forced authorities to evacuate at least 5,000 people in the affluent Calabasas suburbs, CNN reported on Sunday.

Piers Morgan Has Predictable Thoughts on Muhammad Ali's History as Civil Rights Activist


As if in defense of his status as "most side-eyed white man in Black America," Piers Morgan tweeted a tone-deaf statement about the recently deceased Muhammad Ali on Sunday.

Donald Trump Blames "Thugs" and "Illegals" for Violence at His Rallies


Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, hit by growing protests at campaign rallies around the country over his bigoted rhetoric, escalated his response on Saturday by claiming recent disturbances at a San Jose rally were orchestrated by "thugs" and "illegals".

Donald Trump's Muhammad Ali Tweet Shows His Hypocrisy on Muslims


Contradicting a December tweet in which he knew of no Muslim heroes, Donald Trump tweeted in memory of the late Muhammad Ali, who died Friday night, calling him a "great champion" and "wonderful guy." "Muhammad Ali dead at 74!

All The Ways Muhammad Ali Showed Us That Black Lives Matter


African-American boxing legend Muhammad Ali was known as one of the greatest athletes of all time. He conquered the world of boxing in an era fraught with racial tensions and political turmoil.

"The Vilest of Animals": The Hate-Filled Tweets of a Donald Trump Delegate from Alaska


Probably the nicest thing she calls Hillary Clinton is an "alcoholic." Vonna Husby, a Donald Trump delegate from Alaska to the Republican National Convention, has a Twitter feed filled with slams on Islam and immigrants and retweets of neo-Nazi images popularized by the alt-right.  Read more: Donald Trump Selects White Nationalist as Delegate Due to "Database Error," Campaign SaysHusby's account alternates standard pro-Trump material with tweets and retweets that include an image of Taylor Swift, who has become an iconic figure for white supremacists who consider her an "Aryan goddess."    She also retweeted an image of anti-Trump protesters that urged viewers to "Like and Share to Say California Belongs to the USA, Not Mexico." Husby, a financial advisor whose Twitter bio describes her as "DAR, Rotary, Soroptimist, UWA, NEB, 390th Museum, Asst Secy Dist 4, & Fairbanks Rep.

The Real Story of How Bernie Sanders Became the Candidate of Millennials


With just a handful of states left to vote in the primary, it's a near-certainty that Bernie Sanders will not be the Democratic nominee, as he trails Hillary Clinton by hundreds of delegates and millions of popular votes.  But the fact that Sanders went as far as he did in the primary is in large part attributable to his dominance among millennials, who backed his bid in staggering numbers.

"Coincidence Detector": The Google Chrome Extension White Supremacists Use to Track Jews


A Google Chrome plugin with the seemingly innocent name of "Coincidence Detector" has one sole purpose: compiling and exposing the identities of Jews and others who are perceived as "anti-White." Drawing from a user-generated list of Jewish names, the extension works in the background while users browse the web and encases the names in three sets of parentheses — i.e., (((Fleishman))) — on web pages.  As Mic detailed in a story earlier this week, white supremacists have begun using the construction, called an "(((echo)))," to single out Jewish figures in media and entertainment for harassment online, particularly on Twitter.

UCLA Gunman Name Identified as Mainak Sarkar, LAPD Confirms


The Los Angeles Police Department named Mainak Sarkar as the gunman who opened fire at University of California, Los Angeles, on Wednesday, killing himself and a professor in what was ruled a murder-suicide.

33 Harrowing Photos Show What Happened When a Gunman Opened Fire at UCLA


After a gunman opened fire on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles on Wednesday morning, killing one person before taking his own life, swarms of police and federal agents stormed the campus to find and stop a suspected active shooter.

In 2016 Alone, the US Has Been Averaging More Than 3 Mass Killings a Month


An active shooter killed at least two people Wednesday at the University of California, Los Angeles, and reportedly left a suicide note near the scene.

UCLA on Lockdown After Gunfire Reported in Engineering Building


The University of California, Los Angeles, went into lockdown on Wednesday afternoon after reports of gunfire at an engineering building on campus.

Everyday Sunday's Trey Pearson Comes Out as Gay — Will Christian Music Fans Embrace Him?


Trey Pearson, the founding member of Christian rock group Everyday Sunday, kept his sexuality secret for decades.

Lupita Nyong’o Explains Why Working With a Female Director on 'Eclipsed' Is So Important


When it came time to choose her first post-Oscar-win projects, Lupita Nyong'o chose a couple of CGI franchises — Star Wars, The Jungle Book — and a little play called Eclipsed.


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