When a Republican feels compelled to flip-flop his or her way out of agreeing with a Democrat, he or she follows three ridiculously simple steps.
One hundred years ago today, on March 25, 1911, 146 people—125 of them young women ages 13-23—died in the now-infamous fire at Triangle Shirtwaist factory in New York City. This video is about the brave women who died that day, and it actually made me cry. It took a couple of tries, but I made it through—and I’m so glad I did.
How many teacher salaries does a Tomahawk missile cost America? A lot.
How fast do protests spread globally? Faster than you think.
Look what a little birdie found.
Does your country go by the name of Bahrain, Egypt or Libya? If so, you may qualify for one of America’s exclusive Freedom Packages, available for a limited time only.
It’s been eight years and five assassination attempts since women’s rights activist and former Afghan Parliament member Malalai Joya’s courageous speech against the Taliban’s unfair treatment of women and the corruption of warlords and the Karzai government.
On the eighth anniversary of the Iraq War, America launched air strikes on Libya using Tomahawk missiles. You know, the ones that cost over half-million dollars each. But wait—wasn’t America so broke we had to fire our kids’ teachers just last week?
What do a Japanese character named Nuclear Boy, a pro-nuclear propaganda film from 1952 and Smithers from The Simpsons all have in common?
A leaked document from Prime Minister Koizumi’s cabinet reveals a shocking fact: The Japanese government already knew that nuclear power plants couldn’t withstand a 7.1 magnitude earthquake, let alone 9.0.