‘I Swear They Will Kill Me’: Inside a Desperate Teen’s Flight to Freedom as the World Watched

It was early last Saturday when Saudi Arabian teenager Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun crept past her vacationing family as they slept in their Kuwait hotel room, slipped outside and got into a taxi bound — she hoped — for a new life. Rahaf, 18, was not alone as she left: On her cell phone she spoke furtively with a friend who […]

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Kim Kardashian Says Kanye West Contacted People Close to Trump About President's Controversial Wildfire Tweet

Kanye West is still making his voice heard in the White House. At the end of October, the rapper revealed in a tweet that he was “distancing” himself from politics “and completely focusing on being creative.” But in the weeks since, Kim Kardashian said that her husband hasn’t completely abandoned the political arena. After President Trump’s controversial tweet that blamed the […]

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Kim Davis, the Kentucky Clerk Who Denied Same-Sex Marriage Certificates, Loses Re-Election Bid

Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who gained national notoriety in 2015 after refusing to sign marriage licenses for gay couples, has lost her re-election campaign, according to the Associated Press. Voters denied Davis, 53, re-election as Rowan County clerk, instead electing Democratic challenger Elwood Caudill Jr. by a margin of about 650 votes. “I believe that as a community we […]

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