Actress Candice Bergen remembers little about her date with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during their time in college – except that there was a great deal of burgundy.
Bill Murray has offered to pay for some of his fans’ cellphones after he chucked the devices off a two-story rooftop lounge.
Pastor Mark Burns was tasked with making the case for Donald Trump at the Faith and Family Forum today — and had a harder time than he might have expected winning over the conservative crowd.
Idaho State Police have released dashcam video of an encounter with a suspect who lost control of his vehicle and went flying through the air: According to KTVB-TV, the incident took place on April 9, 2015, and was released by police this week.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — While GOP presidential contender Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) doesn’t think there will ever be a draft again, he unequivocally said he does not support drafting women into combat positions.
Thought polyester suits, platform shoes and pet rocks were enough reasons to detest the disco decade?
An Ohio police department is putting one of its officers on paid administrative leave after he allegedly referred to the suicide of a Black Lives Matter activist on Facebook as a “happy ending.” The officer, Lee Cyr, reportedly commented “Love a happy ending” on a post with a link to an article regarding MarShawn McCarrel’s suicide on Monday.
Fox News’ Bret Baier decided to investigate the phenomenon that drove “a real estate billionaire/reality TV star” and a “74-year-old socialist” to victory in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.
When Christopher Janitz of Wallington, New Jersey turned 29 this week, his mother gave him a very special present: a school assignment from 20 years ago in which he predicted what the year 2016 would be like.
A New Jersey actor and stand-up comedian says he is facing charges for using a fake gun while filming a movie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, last fall.
The mother of Columbine shooter Dylan Klebold will give her first-ever TV interview Friday evening on ABC News’ 20/20.
While moderating the Democratic presidential debate Thursday night, journalist Gwen Ifill took a bit of left turn.
We all know the feeling. In fact, many probably experienced this the Monday after the Super Bowl: the dreaded morning alarm.
Academia is generally viewed as a liberal bastion, but one survey finds that despite their broad political leanings, college professors who have studied the impact of guns on society believe ownership of firearms makes the country safer.
The campaign for Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton will release a new television advertisement in South Carolina ahead of the primary that features Rev. Anthony Thompson who lost his wife in the Charleston church massacre in June 2015.
Famed atheist Richard Dawkins suffered a “minor stroke” last Saturday, which forced the 74-year-old to nix a tour of Australia and New Zealand.
WASHINGTON (TheBlaze/AP) — Congress is sending President Barack Obama legislation that aims to punish North Korea for pushing ahead with its nuclear weapons program.
MSNBC debuted a new ad on Friday from Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz directed at his potential rival Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — and it features a spot-on spoof of a scene from the movie “Office Space.” “Damn, it feels good to be a Clinton,” a man raps as footage is shown of two men and a woman in a pantsuit destroying a computer.
After a years-long hiatus from attending the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Glenn Beck announced Friday that he will be “closing out” the event this year.
When an unidentified woman attempted to give longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin a hug following Thursday’s Democratic debate, she received a firm push and a seemingly stern message.