“If you can’t handle some of the basic stuff that’s become a problem in the workforce today, then you don’t belong in the workforce,” Trump Jr. said in a 2013 interview.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon condemned the attack that left at least 20 people dead as “sickening, savage, and apparently deliberate.”
Officials said more than 30 people were also injured during an hourslong siege on the campus in Kabul.
The attack took place at a facility for the disabled outside Tokyo. The suspect later turned himself in to police, saying, “I want to get rid of the disabled from this world.”
The probe comes after the FBI determined that Clinton and her team at the State Department were “extremely careless” in their handling of classified information.
“All Orlando nightclubs should be permanently closed. With our without random gunmen they are zoos, utter cesspools of debauchery.”
A man in possession of a rifle, ammunition, and “other dangerous materials” said he was on his way to the Pride event in West Hollywood.
Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali died Friday at the age of 74. Here’s a look back at the life of the extraordinary fighter.
“I wouldn’t even mind if folks forgot how pretty I was.”
The picture sparked massive online outrage and investigations in three states.
LeBron: “Drake, this a place for families.”
Under the bill, a doctor who performed an abortion could be sentenced to up to three years in prison. Gov. Mary Fallin vetoed the legislation Friday.
After a tight race in Kentucky, Bernie Sanders conceded defeat to Hillary Clinton a week after polls closed. He handily beat out Clinton in Oregon.
Mark Zuckerberg said the social network has “found no evidence” it intentionally “suppressed” news topics from conservative publications.
“The team has confirmed that both pieces of debris from South Africa and Rodrigues Island are almost certainly from MH370,” Malaysia’s transportation minister said.
A protester was punched last week while being escorted out of a rally in North Carolina. The county sheriff suspended 5 deputies for “failure to discharge their duties.”
Federal officials are investigating the attacker, who was killed by police, for possible links to terrorism.
At least 113 people were killed when the 6.4-magnitude earthquake toppled buildings, trapping hundreds.
Security forces reclaimed a hotel used by Westerners in downtown Ouagadougou after suspected al-Qaeda militants launched an assault Friday.
In his final address, the president focused less on specific policy proposals and instead on his achievements over the past seven years and his broad, progressive vision for the future. Here’s the complete text of his speech before Congress: