It’s bad when the acting White House chief of staff has to go on Sunday morning cable news talk shows and insist that the president of the United States is not a white supremacist. But here we are.
It’s become a ritual for President Donald Trump to rant on Twitter on weekends. He usually tweets so much nonsense that there’s no point in covering it all anymore. However, this weekend, Trump is acting particularly crazy, and he even made a rare appearance at church on Sunday morning.
A week after she targeted Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar for wearing a hijab, Fox News host Jeanine Pirro was off-air Saturday night, replaced by a rerun documentary series about William Kennedy Smith.
Michigan native Robert Cortis has been driving around the U.S. for years hauling a ridiculous pro-Trump float he calls the “Unity Bridge.” But far from promoting unity, the float’s current xenophobic message—in giant letters decked out in red, white, and blue—is “Trump: Build the Wall.”
An Australian teenager is being widely heralded on social media under the hashtag #eggboy after he smashed an egg on the head of the vile Australian Senator Fraser Anning at a right-wing rally on Saturday.
The career of Milo Yiannopoulos took another hit on Saturday when the Australian government canceled a visa it had granted just a week ago to the heavily indebted right-wing troll for a speaking tour scheduled later this year.
Less than 24 hours after an Islamophobic white terrorist committed the worst mass shooting in New Zealand since the 1940s, officials vowed to vastly reform the country’s lax gun laws.
In between Bible quotes, Florida’s Republican Sen. Marco Rubio has been outspoken on social media in support of efforts to topple Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. Rubio, who sits on the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, tweets about Venezuela in support of the opposition nearly every day.
What’s the definition of insanity again? For Donald Trump, irrationality seems to be the art of all deals.
While it’s still early in the race for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, a new Iowa poll that is being closely watched shows former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders well ahead in the state in a crowded field of Democratic candidates.
An Ethiopian Airlines flight en route from Addis Ababa to Nairobi, Kenya, lost contact and crashed just six minutes after takeoff Sunday from the Ethiopian capital, killing all 149 passengers and eight crew members on board.
A federal judge has again agreed with the ACLU in a class-action lawsuit seeking to force the Trump administration to track down and reunite the thousands of migrant families who were forcibly separated under the “zero tolerance” policy.
Extensive advocacy work by proponents of stronger gun regulations in New Mexico has led to a new law that will require federal background checks for most gun purchases, including online sales and at gun shows.
In a Washington Post profile on former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz’s debacle with the Seattle SuperSonics basketball team, a Seattle city council ex-member described Schultz’s approach as “a feeling of entitlement” and “arrogance.”
When the news broke that New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft had been caught up in a prostitution bust involving massage parlors in Florida, everyone suspected there was more to the story. And, of course, it involves Donald Trump and his kids.
Donald Trump may think he has had a terrible week, but it’s about to get even worse.
Sen. Rand Paul announced at a dinner on Saturday that he plans to vote in favor of a measure in the Senate to block President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration over border security. That means that the Senate now likely has enough votes to send the measure to Trump, who is expected to issue the first veto…
They’ve already experienced one of the cruelest aspects of the Trump administration’s barbaric family separation policy. Now, they’ve returned voluntarily to that same draconian immigration system to seek asylum again and to be reunited with their children.