Peter Jamison / Washington Post : These 8th-graders from New Jersey refused to be photographed with Paul Ryan — For students across the country, the traditional eighth-grade trip to Washington is a chance to join the throngs on the Mall and perhaps spot some of the world's most powerful people on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol.
When a leading cultural magazine fantasises about murder, when a political candidate chokes and punches a journalist, we’re in a very different place, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher W ... Read more
They marched without masks. They marched without bandanas. Freelance journalist Matthew Clayfield. reports. The post Revellers dance, march and sing through the tear gas at Sicilian anti-G7, anti-Trum ... Read more
Elected officials and high-ranking state officials in Texas will soon have to disclose their business relationships with governmental entities. The new requirement, part of Gov. Greg Abbott ’s e ... Read more
Jupiter just got beaned for the 5th time! On the evening of May 26, between 19:24.6 UT and 19:26.2 UT, Sauveur Pedranghelu, a French amateur from Corsica, detected a impact flash live on video in Jupi ... Read more
American public schools are, first and foremost, our means of education. For those families that live below the poverty line, however, they can also be an all-too-necessary source of food. Oklahoma's ... Read more
Once a military has been involved in domestic politics, they have a demonstrated tendency to repeat such involvement. And that often ends badly. The post There is no Australian terrorism ‘crisis’ and ... Read more