Former President Donald Trump defended his supporters involved in the deadly Capitol riot, saying they were “hugging and kissing police.”
Some Jan. 6 rioters could be charged with sedition for storming the Capitol.
As for Georgia, Trump "basically tried to steal" the election, the Harvard law professor says.
"The rights of freedom of speech and assembly do not give anyone the right to resort to violence, sedition and insurrection," the memo reads.
As any endangered group, there has been writing on the wall of public education for some time.
In spite of protests and widespread reports that police and security officials had wrongly detained thousands of Muslims, France's state of emergency has been extended for another three months.
As educators, we need to consider that there are two very important parts to quality learning: questioning and reflecting. It makes for a healthy mind to question what you are thinking and learning. Reflecting on our learning is an important part of the learning process
The media has spared no details when it comes to its coverage of the Mumbai meat ban. Naturally, it's a juicy topic. But more pertinent issues that have been percolating over time have not received their due attention.
August 15 was the end of World War II in Asia, 69 years ago, following the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I could not find a single reference to the bombings, or to the end of the war itself, anywhere in the American media.
Sheikh al-Mutlaq, speaking on a local Saudi radio show, warned that "the devil would be present when women talk to men" and