Last week, we took a mental health break and squealed over a bunch of cute little babies. From their fat cheeks, to their ever present thigh creases, babies are the gifts that keep on giving. But babies also run fast as hell, as shown in the Twitter video below.
Anyone who lives in Washington, D.C., or has ever been to D.C. knows that one of the best things about the city is that we keep our monuments close. In fact, everyone who lives here already knows not to go anywhere near that traffic during the summer months because tourists are going to tour.
An Arlington, Va., Catholic priest has decided to temporarily step down after revealing that before becoming a member of the clergy, he used to burn crosses as a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
President Donald Trump is becoming a master at the nonspeech speech, and nothing says nonspeech like Monday’s treatise on the 16-year war in Afghanistan.
Jillian from Atlanta asks:
Y’all, please come get the Sergeants Benevolent Association, please, because I do believe someone in public relations has lost his damn mind.
Some people just aren’t built to be rock stars. The big audiences, the grueling travel, the long stretches away from home, living out of suitcases and a new city almost every night … it takes a lot out of the most stable among us.
If he was crying last week over assuming he had warrants, neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell is definitely shedding some big racist tears this week. Cantwell, who was infamously featured in a Vice documentary and attended this month’s racist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., now has four arrest warrants issued…
Every day, since Heather Heyer lost her life at the hands of white supremacists, and our president abdicated his moral authority by not thoroughly condemning them, America and its politicians seem to have grown a conscience (or a pair).
Editor’s note: Once a month, the National Interest column will tackle broader questions about what the country should do to increase educational opportunities for black youths.
The city of Charlottesville, Va., is planning to cover the statues of Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson in black fabric to represent the city’s mourning of Heather Heyer.
The attorneys for a Missouri inmate who is scheduled to die Tuesday at the state prison in Bonne Terre are attempting to halt the execution, warning that the state could kill a potentially innocent man.
Jerhonda Johnson says she was a starstruck 15-year-old when she first met R. Kelly. Johnson didn’t meet him at a concert, or at her high school, where Kelly was allegedly known to troll. Johnson met Kelly while on daily watch outside his child-pornography trial in 2008.
If you missed out on our exclusive Privé Revaux discount last week, here’s another chance to pick from 37 different frames for just $22 each in today’s Gold Box, because you need sunglasses year ‘round. This price is for today only, so don’t let the sun set on your new pair.
When I look in the mirror or at pictures of myself these days, the first thing that catches my eye is the patch of gray hair taking residence on my chin in my beard. The patch is like the White Walker army—slowly growing in follicle count until it surrounds the dark hairs in my beard—serving as an ominous portent of…
Welp. One Texas man is taking his hatred of Confederate statues to the absolute next level, authorities say.
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