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Fox News hosts are raging over just two words used by former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The Academy’s proposed “popular film” award has been wildly unpopular, so the idea’s being shelved for now.
The Seattle rockers have stoked controversy with a poster depicting President Trump’s dead body in front of a burning White House.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey says it’s up to journalists to refute Alex Jones’ conspiracy theories.
Exploitation or rehabilitation? As the California wildfires continue to burn, non-violent prisoners have volunteered to fight the blaze for one dollar an hour. But it’s a controversial program.
Using black people in ads without considering our history is an all-too-common mistake.
Democracy demands that we have processes for disagreement, more than agreement.
As a blind person and the President of the National Federation of the Blind, a recent campaign by another organization got
Sexual orientation terms were first used in the medical community, but eventually made their way into mainstream thinking
People take pride in the food they eat, and ethnic communities especially form and retain their identities around their traditional cuisines. What's Italian without pasta? Or the Thai without their Tom Yum Goong?
The other day I got a text from a friend that read, "Hear about the Bon Appetit pho 'controversy'? Sounds like something you would be interested in writing about to me." That was the first I had heard of the controversy, so I decided to delve into it and see what the hullabaloo was all about. First, though, I had to figure out what pho is.
This article is not meant to be controversial, though it does address a controversial topic: guns, mass shootings, the gun
As predicted by Bloomberg earlier this year, the fast-casual chain's attempt to recover from their fall from grace through free food offers has backfired. Bloomberg got ahold of a letter that Chipotle's CFO Jack Hartung sent to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission last month stating that he don't actually know the impact that free burritos had on customer support.
Amy Robach says she really meant to say "people of color."