Are you freaking kidding me? Thirteen-term Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Beltway barnacle permanently affixed to USS Government, is now the fresh-faced "rock star" of the Democratic Party.
How thirsty does Variety look begging readers to join it in doing high V cheerleading moves for Chelsea Clinton?
Springtime may be in bloom, but snowflakes never go out of season at America's most prestigious colleges and universities.
Quivering students at the University of Notre Dame launched a protest last week against the school's decision to invite Vice President Mike Pence as commencement speaker. Activist Imanne Mondane told the campus newspaper that she and her peers felt "unsafe" and threatened by "someone who openly is offensive but also demeaning of their humanity and of their life and of their identity."
Campus feminists whipped up a Category-5 frenzy over sexual assault allegations at a Northwestern University fraternity in February. But last week, the school's Vice President for Student Affairs Patricia Telles-Irvin was forced to muster up her best impression of "Saturday Night Live's" classic foot-in-mouther, Emily Litella.
He's the new Al Sharpton on steroids -- and he's coming to a TV near you.
If FBI agents have time to track down Tom Brady's stolen Super Bowl jerseys, why can't they bring back AWOL convicted cop-killer Assata Shakur?
Here come the hyperpartisan hounds.
Last month, there was a national "Day Without a Latino." This week, the demonstration du jour shutting down schools and shops is a "A Day Without a Woman." Here's my question for all the virtue-signaling protesters who pay lip service to better jobs and wages:
Glam American actresses Emma Stone and Dakota Johnson adorned their pricy Oscars ceremony gowns and handbags with golden Planned Parenthood pins in the shape of the group's logo.
Former Fort Worth, Texas, police officer Brian Franklin is finally free. But he is still fighting to clear his name.