Timberlake, Jackson, and the infamous "wardrobe malfunction."
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Fans say Janet Jackson has been more scrutinized than Timberlake since infamous wardrobe malfunction.
Former U.S. President George W. Bush speaks during the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., May 3, 2017. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
Myanmar’s civilian leader is under increasing scrutiny for her failure to address the humanitarian crisis.
The former president allowed Wall Street to run wild and invaded Iraq, fueling conditions that propelled Donald Trump into power.
Pro tip: It’s really easy to dress as something not offensive!
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"It’s not until it’s directed at you that you suddenly realize that what you’re doing is wrong.”
The pressure should be on men to stop predatory behavior.
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The powers that be are underestimating Trump — again.
Alyssa Milano and Chrissy Teigen are among hundreds going silent “in protest of women’s voices being silenced.”
A clip from a video game called "Dirty Chinese Restaurant," which the game's developers said will not be released.
“I am strong, I am beautiful, and I will not be erased.”
Cardi B attends Airbnb's New York City Experiences Launch Event on Sept. 26, 2017.
The developers said they would like to make “a sincere and formal apology to the Chinese community.”
Cardi B took on a corporate hit-making machine and won — for the culture.
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He thinks the president has reflected since Charlottesville — a period in which Trump has attacked NFL players and Puerto Rican officials.
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“If you can’t treat someone with dignity and respect, then you need to get out," he said.
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Integration is a long game, and it may take a while before the results of her efforts bear fruit.
The country's far-right party did much better in the region that used to be communist East Germany.
“Please leave The Boss out of your politricks.”
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“I can say that with confidence.”
Most of the countries on the new list are still Muslim-majority, said Becca Heller, IRAP’s director.
The blind music legend took a knee in wake of Trump’s ‘sons of bitches’ comment.
File photo dated 09/05/15 of a man using YouTube, as Mayor of London Sadiq Khan urged the site to step up efforts to remove extremist content after it refused to take down four violent videos, flagged by concerned police, showing gang members threatening rivals and describing killing methods.
But illustrator Anoosha Syed had the final word.
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Social media networks accused of saying ‘fine words’ on issue but not doing enough about it.
New data obtained by HuffPost show hate crimes rose nationally in 2016. The numbers for 2017 aren’t looking great either.
The premiere featured white people angry at racism in town just because it hurts their “brand.”
History tells us presidents with maniacal intentions will plot to wield their power against domestic opponents.
Donald Trump suggested on Tuesday night that the news media is working against the American people.
Left and right unite to back plan to keep EU migration after Brexit
U.S. President Donald Trump gives the crowd a thumbs up at a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S., August 22, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
“This was incitement, plain and simple,” ABC News correspondent Cecilia Vega said following Trump's Phoenix rally.
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President Donald Trump blasted the media, criticized members of Congress and suggested he'd shut down the government to build a border wall during a frenzied, 77-minute campaign-style rally in Phoenix...
Twitter is "failing" women and minority ethnic communities by not doing enough to tackle misogynist and racist abuse online, a leading internet safety campaign has declared. The US social media giant...
She announced on Twitter that she won the hate speech ruling.