Organisers of The Hundred condemn online racist abuse aimed at ‘players and others’ since its launch saying anyone who posts discriminatory messages ‘are not welcome here’ People involved in the Hundred event have been targeted with racist abuse The Hundred organisers have
IOC refuse to condemn vice-president John Coates after he demanded Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk attend Tokyo 2020’s opening ceremony despite her coronavirus concerns By Mike Keegan For The Daily Mail Published: 17:31 EDT, 22 July 2021 | Updated: 19:38 EDT, 22 July
The American flag always has been, and always will be, a symbol of hope and optimism for a freer and more democratic society. Nothing makes that more clear than the countless American flags being waved by the brave freedom fighters in Cuba.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., often uses his Twitter account to disparage policies in the United States and Republican politicians he doesn’t like, but he has been silent about thousands of protesters gathering in the streets Sunday calling for the end of the
President Biden Friday ripped what he said was a “disturbing” trend of GOP-backed state initiatives seeking to address issues related to transgender youth, describing the bills as “nothing more than bullying disguised as legislation.” Biden addressed bills targeting transgender youth sports participation
Media top headlines June 23 The New York Times editing a headline about NFL player Carl Nassib coming out as gay, The Washington Post issuing ‘clarifications’ on story about Critical Race Theory opponent Chris Rufo, and the media getting slammed for using