What do you call a confessed serial-bomber who sent exploding packages to black and brown families? If you’re Austin Police Chief Bryan Manley, “a very troubled young man.”
There are so many teens competing in Pyeongchang it’s starting to feel like Tumblr.
Some are saying the results are a warning sign for Republicans, or creepy dudes, or both. But when we look at the numbers, it gets complicated.
Thousands of people showed up to Berkeley on Sunday to protest — not all of them peacefully. As the afternoon wore on, violence broke out with police deploying what appeared to be tear gas on some sections of the crowd.
Listen in as Berkeley High Students discuss what it feels like to have their school become a protest zone for white supremacists… again.
Some of his accounts read like the Devil Wears Prada meets House of Cards meets the Apprentice.
Time to sum up this week’s political news AND prove there really is a corgi GIF for everything.
Nearly 70 percent of college freshmen said they had “some” or “major” concerns about having enough funds to complete school.
When you want to know what’s going on in the world… but it’s Friday.