- CQ PoliticsApr 24 14:56 PM
Celebrities walked the halls of the Capitol Friday to advocate for funding for arts in education, but they also received a lesson themselves: in District of Columbia statehood.
- Nyasa TimesApr 03 18:22 PM
“If you have no critics, you likely have no success.” – Malcom X The second coming of Ntata: Z Allan Ntata’s brand of fiery activism has taken just about everyone by surprise. Ntata, everyone agrees, is a man on a mission. Whatever his mission is; he is focussed, motivated and probably due to his profession...
- CQ PoliticsApr 23 2:12 AM
"Guys, this isn't a one-time deal. You have to keep coming back," is the message Tom Colicchio said he gives to every chef who comes to Washington, D.C., with him -- and it's the message he follows.
- The GuardianApr 14 6:36 AM
Women fighting Boko Haram – and working for peace, human rights and the abducted girls – are having an unexpected impact on national politics The story that emerged from Nigeria this time last year should have read something like this. “Last night, armed men attempted to kidnap more than 200 girls from Chibok government secondary school in Nigeria’s north-east Borno state. Security forces ...
- Brisbane TimesMar 30 0:34 AM
Wearing fur has emerged from grandma's closet and on to the world's catwalks, while also igniting a multibillion-dollar industry.
- The Michigan DailyApr 05 22:26 PM
Marijuana smoke, along with screams of, “Free the weed, end the war,” filled the air Saturday as the 44th annual Hash Bash unfolded on the Diag and Monroe Street. The event lit up at “high noon.” Speakers included State Rep. Jeff Irwin (D–Ann Arbor), Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, City Councilmember Sabra Briere (D—Ward 1) and acclaimed comedian and activist Tommy Chong. read more
- The AdvocateApr 03 2:21 AM
Would the same cover today incite accusations of sacrilege? read more