Hillary Clinton is finally "out of the woods," and is using her voice to defend journalist April Ryan and Congresswoman Maxine Waters from Republican attacks.
We found craziness aplenty in reading far-right "news" sites so you don't have to.
Somehow a short trailer has been interpreted as calling for "white genocide" and sparked tweets calling the new Netflix series "racist." The show, based on the movie, drops April 28.
"It doesn't matter whether they are black or white, Latino, Asian American or Native American, whether they are straight or gay, Muslim, Christian or Jews. We all live in the same house. The American house."
The unrepentant white supremacist, who fatally shot nine black church members during a Bible study session, is the first person ordered to be executed for a federal hate crime.
Donald Trump's nominee for Attorney General promised to uphold laws protecting the civil rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans and claimed he supported African-Americans.
Maybe a series humanizing racists and homophobes wasn't such a great idea after all.