"He is not a very good person," he wrote on his campaign Facebook page in 2016.
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"A lot of things are changing and we just kind of hoped people would be open to the idea," said the owner of the first bar in Colorado City, where alcohol was once banned.
The Department of Education is investigating Title IX complaints from men who say universities discriminate against them in supporting female students.
Successive weekends of protests in Paris have led to vandalism and violent clashes with security forces.
"In a moment where I intended to admire the courage of a few of my sisters, I said something that I now realize can be perceived as not respectful, and I apologize," Sarah Rose Summers said.
Kanye's Twitter storm seemed to stem from Drake asking for a clearance from Kanye for his song "Say What's Real."
Some of those in the loose gathering were wearing yellow vests of the 'Gilets Jaunes' movement.
An important development in the race for the White House took place on the "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
One study showed Americans touch their mobile devices 2,600 times a day.
Companies are balking at paying settlements to almost a dozen men who claim they were sexually abused as boys by a notorious scoutmaster.
Chinese fans get thrills aplenty on a day of fierce competition and close bouts in Guangzhou.
Five bare-breasted protesters dressed as Marianne, the symbol of the French Republic, faced off with police in Paris on Saturday in a silent demonstration.
The expansion of lignite mines in Germany’s coal regions continues to take over entire villages as Germany, the country with the highest greenhouse gas emissions in the EU, fails in its bid to quit coal use.
Cold weather, Croatian police stop migrants at EU frontier
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Growing frustration at the backlog of asylum claims is prompting migrants to try to enter the U.S illegally.
Acts of violence were down along with numbers as the anti-austerity movement returned to central Paris.