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Philippine President Duterte apologizes for calling God 'stupid'

By Caleb Parke

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte apologized to the “all forgiving God” after being heavily criticized for calling God “stupid” and a “son of a b****” in a controversial televised speech last month.

Philippine President Duterte apologizes for calling God 'stupid'

By Caleb Parke

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte apologized to the “all forgiving God” after being heavily criticized for calling God “stupid” and a “son of a b****” in a controversial televised speech last month.

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A Crisis Management Guru Bungles a Crisis

By DAVID SEGAL

Sir Alan Parker, one of Britain’s most famous corporate strategists, resigned from Save the Children U.K. over his handling of a #MeToo scandal. It has cast a long shadow.

Teacher reportedly compares pro-Trump MAGA hat teen to Nazi in vulgar tweet: 'F--- EM'

By Caleb Parke

A sixth grade social studies teacher is under investigation for a tweet comparing the Texas teen who had his “Make America Great Again” hat stolen inside a Whataburger to a “Nazi,” with the teacher reportedly adding: “F---” him.

Police: Parents starve, bind, cage 21-year-old disabled son

The mother and stepfather of a 21-year-old man with a genetic disability that prevents him from speaking are accused of beating, binding and caging him.

Haiti riots caused American missionaries to fear for their lives

By Caleb Parke

Tourists and missionaries from the United States were forced to stay inside Haiti following violent protests that broke out Friday in the Caribbean nation’s capital over the government-ordered 50 percent spike in gas prices.

Haiti riots caused American missionaries to fear for their lives

By Caleb Parke

Tourists and missionaries from the United States were forced to stay inside Haiti following violent protests that broke out Friday in the Caribbean nation’s capital over the government-ordered 50 percent spike in gas prices.

Spurs Guard Tony Parker Leaving for Charlotte Hornets

By MARC STEIN

The Spurs made an offer to bring back Parker, the free-agent guard who has spent his entire 17-year career in San Antonio, but he has decided to move on.

Chicago ringleader of Facebook Live beating of disabled teen gets 8 years in prison

By Caleb Parke

A Chicago man who was the alleged ringleader involved in the beating of a mentally disabled teenager that was broadcast on Facebook Live pled guilty Friday to a hate crime and was sentenced to eight years in prison.

Conservative graduate who posed with gun in viral photo fires 'big scary rifle' in video

By Caleb Parke

The conservative Kent State University graduate who went viral for posing with her rifle on campus as a parting shot at the school’s anti-gun policy posted a video that is sure to set off her detractors.

Review: Mary-Louise Parker, Resounding in β€˜The Sound Inside’

By JESSE GREEN

Adam Rapp’s new play, about a Yale professor and a freshman writing student, gets a stunning premiere at the Williamstown Theater Festival.

University of Colorado considers nixing 'liberal' from mission statement

By Caleb Parke

The University of Colorado may reportedly remove “liberal” from “liberal education” in the school’s mission statement, and an expert says the college is only the latest conservative-leaning institution to consider scrubbing the l-word.

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