Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett has been one of the more outspoken NFL players, thereby remaining a unicorn in the league. Bennett has protested police brutality in the black community and kneeled during the national anthem; he’s even openly criticized the president and yet, unlike Colin Kaepernick,…
Black people love Donald Trump.
A black man, who for some reason unknown to the great ancestors was wearing a Donald Trump-branded “Make America Great Again” hat and shirt, has been charged with a hate crime after allegedly getting into an argument with two men and then pushing one of them, a Hispanic immigrant, onto subway tracks in New York City.
Updated Thursday, April 26, 2018, 3:25 p.m. EDT: John Neidich, the owner of the Happiest Hour, issued this statement to The Root:
Cops have arrested a black man accused of beating up and then shoving a Hispanic man onto subway tracks at the Union Square station in New York City’s Manhattan.
Last year Panama Jackson, a man who, in the 14 years that we’ve known each other, has become one of my best friends, published a piece about his mother’s support of Donald Trump, and revealed how that ruined his relationship with her.
New York City police are searching for a black man accused of attacking a Hispanic man inside a Manhattan subway station.
President Donald Trump is a roadside magician whose best trick is convincing the public that he actually has tricks. But all of Trump’s “magic” since taking office has been an obvious sleight of little hands.
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In his continued attempt to leave some kind of legacy before he’s dragged out of the Oval Office because of the Constitution, President Donald Trump has actually slapped his offensive “Make America great again” slogan on his presidential coins this year.
Some Fordham University students are not happy after being kicked out of one of their New York campus coffee shops because their pro-Donald Trump “Make America Great Again” hats violated the establishment’s “safe space” policy.
I grew up in Allen County, Ohio. I lived in the county seat of Lima and attended school in the village of Elida. The show Glee takes place in my hometown, and I have never watched a single episode of Glee, but I often use this fact to help orient people to where I grew up. I rarely visit my hometown outside of…
A Cherokee County, Ga., high school teacher who told two students that their “Make America Great Again” T-shirts were akin to wearing swastikas and, thus, were not allowed in class has been removed from the classroom, the school principal confirmed Friday.
A Georgia school district has issued an apology after a teacher reportedly told two students that their “Make America Great Again” T-shirts, representing President Donald Trump’s campaign, wouldn’t be allowed in the classroom.
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.
Earlier this week, a New Jersey high school teacher was suspended after the school yearbook was edited to remove Donald Trump logos and slogans from the clothing of two high school students. Now the school has announced plans to reprint the yearbook to correct the intentional changes.
A New Jersey school district has suspended a teacher after yearbook photos of two high school students were edited to remove Trump logos and slogans from their clothing.
Some things are just poetic to witness ... like this one belligerent Donald Trump supporter being booted off a United Airlines flight in Shanghai on Sunday as a crowd of passengers cheer throughout the terminal: “Lock him up! Lock him up!”
At first glance, the "Make America Great Billboard" on Highway 80 in Pearl, Miss., right outside of Jackson, looks as if it was bought and paid for by the Klansmen and/or Fraternal Order of Police that endorsed President-elect Donald Trump.
While on the campaign trail at the end of October, President-elect Donald Trump made a stop in Gettysburg, Pa., and outlined his plans for his first 100 days in office.