The Alabama pastor, who is also president of the Southern Baptist Convention, has been under fire for plagiarizing his sermons.
"When I read this, it didn't seem like their usual script, which is typically of poor academic quality," the school staff member who uncovered the deception wrote in an email to the superintendent.
"Ethnic replacement" and "obedient third world" immigrants were part of the "eerily" similar remarks highlighted by Carlson and white supremacist mass shooters on 'The Daily Show' Friday.
"The filmmakers haven't contacted me since October, when I told them I wouldn't give permission for the film to be released," Adam Ellis told Newsweek on Monday.
"Kamala [Harris] knows that her world view is totally different than the world view of Martin Luther King, Jr.." Dr. Alveda King said Tuesday.
The Secret Barrister, an anonymous legal blogger, claimed Boris Johnson's 16-part Twitter thread was "basically copied and pasted" from a post they had published.
Postmodern Jukebox, a well-known band which transforms modern pop, grunge and rock songs into big band or swing music, have accused the producers of the Apple TV show "The Morning Show" of ripping off their arrangement of the song.
"Here's some of the best of the best of Joe Biden," co-host Ainsley Earhardt said before playing a gaffe reel on the heels of his 2020 announcement.
A 1969 Bob Fosse routine has again gone viral thanks to its inspiration for Bey's 'Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) video.
The party deputy said a controversial speech was a deliberate "nod" to one given by rival François Fillon.
Melania needed to tell America her husband is not the bully he appears to be. But she only reiterated Trump's own narrative."He knows how to win."
Meredith McIver, a Trump staffer, admitted to not checking first lady Michelle Obama's speeches after speaking with Melania Trump.
The potential first lady's speech at the RNC bore a strong resemblance to the speech Michelle Obama gave at the 2008 DNC.
Gaye family lawyer wants "an injunction prohibiting the further sale and distribution of 'Blurred Lines.'"
There are so many good reasons to hate "Blurred Lines," but plagiarism is not one of them.
In 2014, the errors came fast and the schadenfreude was everywhere.
The bloggers who went after Benny Johnson and Fareed Zakaria have found a new target in New Yorker writer Malcolm Gladwell.
After careful review, 'Newsweek' has removed its blanket correction notice from Zakaria's author page and has instead appended specific corrections to those articles that 'Newsweek' staffers felt warranted them. 'Newsweek' also requested an interview with CrushingBort and BlippoBlappo to learn about their methods and motivations.
'What's the big deal?' the Slovenian intellectual asks
The former viral politics editor will head the conservative site's first-ever social media position
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A contributor to The American Renaissance says the Slovenian intellectual lifted his work