A Canadian TV host and politician lost his job after an appearance two weeks ago on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
A piece in GQ Magazine calls on readers to make Thanksgiving Day "hell" for any relatives who support President Donald Trump.
In a New York Times op-ed, an African American college professor wondered if his children "can truly be friends with white people."
A high school in Massachusetts issued an apology for a math problem that referenced the 9/11 attacks.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper said the Islamic phrase "Allahu akbar" can be said "under the most beautiful of circumstances" just minutes after a terrorist attack in New York City.
A man dressed in a Halloween costume that resembled an ISIS gunman threw a Nebraska shopping mall into a panic.
"The Economist" magazine downplayed America's armed forces in a piece that implied soldiers are not that patriotic after all.
A Massachusetts elementary school apologized to outraged parents after its Halloween decorations included a tombstone with the name "Don Trump."
The cover of the latest edition of The New Yorker depicts President Donald Trump as a "dangerous clown," according to the artist behind the image.
A Massachusetts elementary school canceled its Halloween events and is celebrating "Black and Orange Spirit Day" instead.
A U.S. Navy veteran who fought in Vietnam was told by his Connecticut condo association that he cannot fly a Navy flag.
Ohio State University students have issued a guide on avoiding offensive Halloween costumes.