An American television presenter has claimed there is an "indefensible and inexcusable" marginalisation of black men and women at Fox News, amid a multibillion takeover deal involving British-based broadcaster Sky.
He has finally collected his Olympic medal but Rob Heffernan remains as committed to improvement as ever as he vows to ‘go to war’ one last time. He just wishes people wouldn’t take it so personally when he pushes to raise standards for all Irish athletes.
The company that managed Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private email server says it has no knowledge that the server was “wiped”. If it wasn’t, 30,000 emails Clinton says she deleted could be recovered, according to a report in The Washington Post.
Caving to intense Republican lobbying, presidential candidate Donald Trump has ruled out an independent White House bid and has vowed to support whomever wins the party’s nomination — a U-turn eased by his position at the front of the field.
Half white, half Asian Dubliner Dean Van Nguyen speaks to other mixed-race Irish people in their twenties and thirties about growing up in a primarily white culture, being subjected to racist taunts, and coming to terms with their own sense of self.
Free speech is not cheap. “No dough, no go for presidential hopefuls” (Irish Examiner, August 4) relates the huge amount of money already compiled by US presidential candidates — and the voting doesn’t start for another six months.