Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice denounced critical race theory during an appearance this week on ABC’s “The View,” telling the show’s co-hosts that making “white kids feel bad for being white” is not the way to empower black children.
Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton introduced a bill on Thursday that would prevent K-12 schools from overturning parents' authority over their children when it comes to gender identities and gender changes.
The U.S. Supreme Court is once again allowing the Texas heartbeat law to stay in place while lawsuits against it proceed, but the court is expediting the latest challenge, announcing it will begin hearing arguments on Nov. 1.
Archaeologists have uncovered the foundation of one of the country's oldest black churches from Colonial times. The congregation of First Baptist of Williamsburg began meeting secretly outdoors in 1776, but much of its history was lost when the building was covered over by a parking lot. Now, black and white Americans are coming together to tell the whole story.
There's new evidence that the U.S. National Institutes of Health did sponsor the type of controversial research that could create dangerous viruses like COVID-19. It's not exactly proof about the origins of the pandemic, but it's raising some serious red flags nonetheless.
High-tech and artificial intelligence are fast becoming a big part of our daily lives. Author Wallace Henley says if we are not careful, American society could easily enter into 'dangerous territory,' a less human world that forgets the preeminence of God.
During a campaign event on Tuesday in Burke, VA, Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin called for an "immediate investigation into the Loudoun County school board for their gross negligence" after two alleged sexual assault incidents involving a trans student came to light.
Actor Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on a movie set and killed the cinematographer, authorities said. The director of the Western being filmed was wounded, and authorities are investigating what happened.
Last week, it was reported that a Bible app and Quran app had been removed from Apple's App Store in China following pressure from the Chinese government. This is hardly surprising behavior from the Chinese Communist Party. But now, an American company has been enlisted to do its dirty work.
As parents across the nation voice their concerns to local school boards about what is being taught to their children, some are now turning the attention to what future educators are being taught in universities around the country.
66 million Americans remain unvaccinated, and those on the job now face the prospect of unemployment and economic ruin. Companies are reportedly nervous about worker shortages while city governments scramble to protect their citizens after firing police, and other first responders, placing them on unpaid leave or seeing them resign.