On the morning of March 19, as a controversy grew over senior presidential aide Sebastian Gorka, an unidentified individual amended the Wikipedia page of a previously obscure far-right Hungarian organization called the Vitézi Rend, or Order of Vitéz.
At first glance, this drab town 160 miles south of Kiev seems nearly identical to the settlements that dot the poverty-stricken district of Vinnitsa. Shrouded in a seemingly permanent cloud of smoke from wood fires Bershad, population 13,000, features two rickety bridges over the Dokhna River.
In a holiday message for the Persian New Year, Trump quoted the ancient king.
Our story on Sebastian Gorka inspired everything from sarcastic tweets to a letter to the Justice Department from Senators Blumenthal, Cardin and Durkin.
OSU Hillel washed its hands of a queer Jewish group after it co-sponsored with the pro-BDS Jewish Voice for Peace an event to aid queer refugees.
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