A tweet from Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Miss.) has already embarrassed her once but it turns out to be the gift that keeps on giving.
Essex County College professor Lisa Durden’s explosive debate with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson resulted in her eventual firing from the higher learning institution, but she wasn’t going out without a bang.
Rush Limbaugh on Monday theorized that former President Barack Obama may have, perhaps, not interfered with Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 presidential campaign for another reason: Obama didn’t want Hillary Clinton to win the presidency.
Three journalists at CNN resigned Monday over a story that the network says was improperly vetted and should not have been published.
President Trump accused former President Barack Obama on Monday for failure to take action against Russia for its alleged interference in the 2016 election all because Obama purportedly expected then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to win the election.
Neil Cavuto grilled Katrina Pierson over the targeting of Republican Senator Dean Heller from Nevada by America First Policies, a pro-Trump group.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer revealed his thoughts on President Donald Trump’s July 2016 comments when he joked that Russian hackers should find Hillary Clinton’s “missing” emails.
Democratic Rep. Mazie Hirono decried what she saw as judicial “extremism” from three conservative Supreme Court justices and called them three of the “horsemen of the apocalypse.” She flung the inflammatory rhetoric on MSNBC Monday in response to Supreme Court rulings being handed down.
An offshoot of the Black Lives Matter movement, #BlackLivesMatter NYC, demanded that NYPD vacate Sunday’s Pride Marches, claiming that law enforcement presented a threat to black people.
Dozens of Republican lawmakers sent a letter Monday to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to demand that she recuse herself from weighing in on the pending travel ban case.
The University of Delaware has chosen not to extend the employment of Katherine Dettwyler, the professor who made headlines last week after she said that Otto Warmbier “got exactly what he deserved.” Warmbier died last week just days after returning to the United States from North Korea.
Hundreds of lawmakers on Capitol Hill have for months demanded that President Donald Trump release his tax returns, but very few elected officials are actually willing to share their own.
Armed intruders allegedly ordered a California homeowner to open a safe in his garage last week — and then got a huge shock.
Judge Jeffrey Minehart, the judge who presided over the murder trial of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell, has filed a lawsuit accusing filmmakers Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney of defaming him in their book about the case.
Ever since President Donald Trump won election last November — and especially since he was inaugurated in January — Democrats and his opponents have accused his campaign of colluding with Russian operatives during last year’s election to undermine Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
NBC’s Chuck Todd had many questions for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) during on “Meet the Press” Sunday, but the topic of the FBI’s investigation into Sanders and his wife Jane’s alleged bank fraud was never addressed.
U.S Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said she and her son endured booing along with an earful of “hateful things” as they left lunch during New York City’s Pride Parade Sunday.
University of Florida students requesting to host an event on campus must first predict the “emotional risk” of the occasion before it will be approved.
A private Orthodox Jewish elementary school called the Vishnitz Girls School in Hackney, north London, is facing closure by the British government because it does not include curriculum that teaches children about homosexuality and gender reassignment surgery.
Jeanette Norris told WTOC-TV that every now and then she’ll come across an upset customer at her family’s business — but a couple who ordered meals last Thursday afternoon took their dissatisfaction to a frightening level.