Social media users slammed the ad as "body-shaming."
Embracing watered-down, left-wing ideas to get something done on drug prices will not help American patients, and it certainly won't help politically in 2020.
North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un has sought to restart cross-border tourism and the country is highlighting some of its most famous spots in anticipation of new visitors.
"As a Catholic I can not participate in propagating an ideology contrary to my faith," said the ex-employee, who worked at an Ikea in Warsaw.
Joan McInnes is facing an investigation after repeatedly making posts mocking Muslims and disabled people on Facebook.
Fans chanting "equal pay" during the U.S. women's national soccer team's World Cup victory reinvigorated calls to match the salaries of the professional men's league.
After 20 children were killed, Wayne LaPierre was criticized by many for his proposal to arm security guards to protect schools.
A notice posted to the page—known as a subreddit—voiced solidarity with a movement being promoted this week by Larry Sanger, a co-founder of Wikipedia. It will return to normal on July 5.
The sci-fi horror show, whose third season was released on Thursday, was labeled the worst offender for depicting smoking on screen.
According to a new report, a series of Facebook video ads for President Donald Trump's reelection campaign are featuring actors in place of real Trump supporters.
With a cross on the side and a tailgate with dripping blood painted on it, the Heaven Bound Mud Bogger is Rev. Terrry Billings' four-wheel tool for saving souls.
"Cheering on America to own the libs," the NRCC tweeted, after sharing a video of a Colin Kaepernick interception Tuesday.
The shoe was to feature a "Betsy Ross Flag" on its heel, and was expected to celebrate Independence Day.
A member of Nivea's longtime advertising agency says the skincare brand balked at an image of two men touching hands.
"Dancing," "live music" and "amplified sound" are listed as some of the event's official activities, and organizers said 20 security personnel will be required.
Firebrand anchor Dana Loesch made a number of incendiary remarks while appearing on NRATV.
The National Rifle Association will shut down production of NRATV on Wednesday, according to The New York Times.
Avenatti wrote: "Other than being born as the daughter to John McCain, can someone please again remind me what the hell Meghan McCain has ever accomplished in her life?"
This isn't the first time the makeup millionaire has been accused of stealing fashion influence from other cultures.
For each person who rides down the "Pride Slide," Tinder will donate $10 toward efforts to pass the Equality Act.
It's Trump's challengers Americans need to hear—not their caricatures in his twisted hall of mirrors.
Tech giants are finally beginning to vet content, but only on their own terms, accountable to no one. This isn't good enough.
The meteorologist has not appeared on air since his diatribe against the use of Code Red alerts went viral.
Chris Truax, a Republicans for the Rule of Law legal adviser and spokesperson, said the ad, which encourages GOP members to take Trump's obstruction allegations "seriously," serves as "a reminder of what patriotism and political bravery can look like."
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The offending picture shows Eric Trump smiling and holding aloft a pint of Ireland's beloved dark stout.
YouTube removed monetization from Crowder's channel after journalist Carlos Maza highlighted a number of racial and homophobic comments Crowder made.
Delivery Company Sparks Outrage With Picture Showing Cans Dressed in KKK Hoods Lynching a Beer Bottle
The Coquitlam Liquor, Tobacco and Food Delivery company has shut down its website following the backlash.