President Trump voiced optimism regarding the Senate impeachment trial as he arrived for a breakfast meeting with American CEOs and business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday morning.
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Democrats including 2020 presidential hopefuls Tulsi Gabbard and Andrew Yang were firing back at Hillary Clinton on Tuesday night, hours after her remarks about Bernie Sanders in an upcoming documentary were published by The Hollywood Reporter.
Facebook blamed a technical glitch Saturday after the site mistranslated Burmese-to-English posts about Chinese President Xi Jinping during his visit to Myanmar.
A city official in Virginia showed support for the Second Amendment earlier this week by bringing an AR-15-style semiautomatic rifle to a city council meeting.
Two slogans associated with President Trump have now been pitched for license plates in Oklahoma that would help raise money for local veterans, according to reports.
House Speaker Nancy’s Pelosi’s delay in delivering articles of impeachment to the Senate is about to end.
Less than a year after a school board in Connecticut removed a high school’s “Redmen” mascot, arguing it was racist, it voted last week to restore the mascot, according to reports.
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had a few words to say about President Trump on Wednesday evening as she was leaving the Capitol in Washington – mostly about what Trump should be doing about climate change.
Rep. Adam Smith mocked for flip-flop on Pelosi strategy; Trump Jr. cites ‘BS’ from Dems’ ‘lunatic fringe’
U.S. Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., became the target of social media trolls and other critics – including Donald Trump Jr. – on Thursday for his abrupt reversal regarding when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should deliver articles of impeachment to the U.S.
Rod Rosentein, the former deputy U.S. attorney general who oversaw the Russia investigation after Jeff Sessions recused himself from the probe into the Trump campaign, has taken a job with a corporate law firm, according to reports.
Buck Henry, the Hollywood screenwriter known for “The Graduate” and “What’s Up, Doc?” and who co-created the TV comedy series “Get Smart,” died Wednesday night in Los Angeles after suffering a heart attack, according to a report.
A California hotel guest who discovered he had booked his family into the same establishment that was hosting a New Year’s Eve ‘swingers’ party is outraged and wants a refund, according to reports.
Jack Sheldon, once known to America’s schoolkids as the voice behind “I’m Just a Bill” and other songs on “Schoolhouse Rock,” and to older TV viewers as a sidekick of talk-show host Merv Griffin, has died at age 88.
Radio and TV host Don Imus, who died Friday at age 79, saw his share of controversies, big and small, in a career that spanned nearly 50 years.
Conservative activist Nick Fuentes fired back at Nikki Haley, Meghan McCainand other critics Saturday, after they slammed Fuentes for confronting writer Ben Shapiro on Friday while Shapiro was walking by with his wife and children.
Tom Ridge says Trump’s Ukraine call left him ‘disappointed and troubled,’ says he won’t back president in 2020
President Trump abused the power of his office by asking the leader of Ukraine to investigate Democrat Joe Biden, the nation’s first homeland security secretary said Tuesday.
After Trump's 9th Circuit pick confirmed, Biden warns of 2nd term ‘death grip’ on federal courts: report
While Democrats in Congress have been conducting impeachment hearings in recent weeks, President Trump has been filling judicial vacancies in the federal court system at a rapid clip – and that appears to have Joe Biden worried.
San Francisco’s ‘poor street conditions’ a factor in city’s loss of $64M Oracle tech conference: reports
Oracle, a major Silicon Valley tech company, will move its annual OpenWorld conference to Las Vegas next year – over concerns about San Francisco’s hotel rates and the city’s “poor street conditions,” according to reports.
A newly hired community organizer for the Bernie Sanders campaign has left just days after taking the job – reportedly because some of his past tweets contained anti-Semitic and homophobic statements, as well as derogatory remarks about women and Asians.
Conservative writer Ann Coulter took a shot Saturday night at three Senate Republicans who reportedly were the only remaining members of the GOP who hadn’t signed a colleague’s resolution condemning the House impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
Hillary Clinton sat down for an interview with shock jock Howard Stern on Wednesday. So, perhaps predictably, the conversation strayed to some unusual topics.
U.S. Rep. Denny Heck said Wednesday that he’ll retire from Congress when his fourth term ends next year.
Former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama have purchased a nearly 7,000-square-foot home on Martha’s Vineyard for $11.75 million, according to a report.
Matt Gaetz backs Trump pick for Georgia Senate seat, warns governor to do same: ‘Maybe you need a primary in 2022’
U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz suggested to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Friday that there could be political consequences if Kemp decides not to choose President Trump’s reported favorite for the state’s expected U.S.
Who is the best Republican president between Donald Trump and Abraham Lincoln? For most Republican respondents to a recent poll, the answer is Trump.
These days it seems everyone’s a fashion critic – especially on social media. The latest target: Mick Mulvaney.
A New York man with famous parents posted a message on Twitter on Saturday night, urging people to donate to the 2020 presidential campaign of U.S. Rep.
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump paid their respects Thursday evening to two Army officers who were killed this week in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan.
All three defendants were found guilty of manslaughter, assault and other charges Friday in connection with a gas explosion in New York City that caused the collapse of three buildings -- including one where Drea de Matteo, a star of "The Sopranos," lived.
In an 8-0 vote Tuesday night, the city council of Tacoma, Wash., approved new taxes on the sales of firearms and ammunition.
Trump-bashing Hollywood actor Robert De Niro continued his criticism of the president Saturday during an appearance on MSNBC.
A Twitter message posted Saturday by U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., has revived accusations of anti-Semitism against the freshman congresswoman and member of the far-left “Squad.”
A Waffle House restaurant in Birmingham, Ala., got some much-needed help last weekend when some customers filled in during a staffing mixup.
There seems to be something about the word “Christmas” that Starbucks doesn’t like.
Starbucks' new coffee cups are beginning to look a lot like Christmas - but they don'tname the holiday.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin raises voter-fraud concerns as unofficial tally has him trailing by 5,000 votes
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin voiced concerns Wednesday night that voter fraud may have played a role in the state’s gubernatorial election – after an unofficial count placed the incumbent about 5,000 votes behind his Democratic challenger.
Former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke at Northwestern University in Illinois on Tuesday night – despite attempts by protesters to disrupt the event, according to reports.
When President Trump arrived Saturday night at an Ultimate Fighting Championship match in New York City, the crowd reaction was a bit more hospitable than the one he received at World Series Game 5 last Sunday in Washington.
U.S. Rep. Katie Hill, the California Democrat embroiled in a legal battle over the publication of nude photos, and facing a House ethics probe over an alleged affair with a male aide, paid a $5,100 “election bonus” to the aide in April, according to reports.
When a group of Republicans stormed into a Democrat-led closed-door deposition Wednesday afternoon, claiming a lack of transparency in the Trump impeachment inquiry process, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was apparently not impressed.
Amazon boss Jeff Bezos will reportedly drop to the No. 2 spot on the list of the world’s richest people after Amazon’s stock price tumbled in after-hours trading Thursday.
In a campaign video, Joe Biden claims he met with all families affected by the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut.
When President Trump speaks at a police gathering in Chicago next week, the city’s police superintendent reportedly plans to be elsewhere.
President Trump fired off a late-night Twitter message Tuesday, slamming as “Fake News!” a story that said top aides Kellyanne Conway and Steve Mnuchin were under consideration to replace acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney.
Photos appearing online Saturday showed former “Desperate Housewives” actress Felicity Huffman wearing a dark-green jumpsuit as she serves her sentence in a California prison.
Lady Gaga startled her fans in Las Vegas on Thursday night by taking a tumble off the stage during her performance.
Trump-bashing “View” co-host Joy Behar apparently can’t avoid arguing about the president even while on vacation.
So you’ve committed a crime but received a pardon from the president of the United States. That might no longer help you in New York state.
One day after reports emerged that the group of far-left House Democrats planned to endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders for president, it seemed only one of them – Rep.
Twitter users were laughing – maybe even in their sleep -- at a comment Cory Booker made during Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate in Ohio.
Do President Trump’s policies make me look fat? That’s the sort of question some black women may be asking themselves, a Rutgers University professor suggested during a recent appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
GOP’s Dan Crenshaw fires back after called ‘racist’ by Democrat who compared Trump to Usama bin Laden
Rep. Dan Crenshaw, the freshman Republican congressman from Texas, and a former Navy SEAL who was wounded in combat, defended himself Tuesday after a video showed an Illinois Democrat calling him “a racist.
At least three members of the “Squad” of far-left freshman members of Congress will reportedly endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders for president.
At least three members of the “Squad” of far-left freshman members of Congress will reportedly endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders for president.
Three members of the so-called “Squad” of far-left freshman members of Congress are lining up behindSen. Bernie Sanders for president.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wore a bulletproof vest onstage Saturday night as he delivered a speech amid heavy security after authorities learned of a security threat, according to reports.
Jane Fonda, a liberal Hollywood celebrity long known for activism and outspokenness – soon plans to leave Tinseltown and relocate to the nation’s capital, at least temporarily.
'Trump watch party’ reinstated at Michigan restaurant after RNC chair Ronna McDaniel's tweet rallies the troops: report
Management at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in Michigan had a sudden change of heart this week after initially canceling a plan by local Republicans to hold a “Trump watch party” at the location because of unspecified “complaints.
Aron Eisenberg, an actor whose most widely known role was “Nog” on the 1990s science-fiction adventure series “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” died Saturday at age 50.
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has apparently reached a boiling point over moderate House Democrats’ caution regarding the prospect of impeaching President Trump.
Marquez Brothers food company to pay $2M settlement after rejecting non-Hispanic job seekers: reports
A California-based food company has agreed to pay $2 million to settle a federal lawsuit after being accused of hiring only Hispanic employees – and rejecting job seekers who were white, black, Asian or members of other non-Hispanic groups.
Until it swiftly backfired, the recent hiring of comedian Shane Gillis was an attempt by “Saturday Night Live” to address criticism that the show was biased against conservatives, according to a report.
Former “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Joe Giudice apparently decided to make the most of his time behind bars after being convicted of tax fraud in 2014.
Just days after a shakeup in the New Hampshire leadership of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential campaign comes word that the candidate’s Iowa political director has departed as well.
U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema may face a censure vote by Arizona’s Democratic Party because she votes too often in favor of President Trump’s agenda, according to a report.
America’s increasingly polarized political discourse threatens the future of the nation, Michael Bloomberg argues in a recent editorial.
While testy exchanges between Chairman Jerrod Nadler and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski got most of the attention at Tuesday’s House Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, one Republican on the panel thought the proceedings should have taken entirely different direction.
Weekend moviegoers are making it rain for the new Jennifer Lopez movie “Hustlers,” according to reports.
Police officers arrested a protester who rushed the stage Thursday night during an event featuring former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Soon after being named a new cast member of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” on Thursday, comedian Shane Gillis was facing accusations of racism, sexism and homophobia.
‘You’re a child,’ Texas state lawmaker tells Beto O’Rourke after Dem calls his Twitter message ‘a death threat’
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke responded late Thursday to what he claimed was a “death threat” from a Texas state lawmaker. The state lawmaker then answered back.
Change is coming to an influential group on Capitol Hill following a vote Tuesday. U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., was elected the next chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, and will succeed U.S.
President Trump and his family represent a political movement with the potential of transforming the Republican Party, according to Brad Parscale, manager of the president’s 2020 reelection campaign.
GOP plans California comeback in 2020, Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale says at state convention
Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale insisted Saturday that the GOP hasn’t given up on the Golden State despite setbacks at the polls there in 2018.
A former campaign staffer who claimed then-candidate Donald Trump forcibly kissed her during a rally in August 2016 has ended her lawsuit against the president, according to a report.
Add e-cigarettes to the list of items that Democrats in Washington plan to tax.
About 25 people were hurt – with four hospitalized – after a metal barricade collapsed Saturday night at the Bumbershoot music festival in Seattle, according to reports.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took time out of her schedule to play with a penguin Saturday – and social media went crazy.
The organizer of a “Straight Pride” rally held in Modesto, Calif., on Saturday said his group remained committed to itscause even though it was outnumbered by counter-protesters.
Joe Biden missed by about a decade Tuesday when he mentioned two significant events of the 1960s: the assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Sen.
The Trump administration on Wednesday plans to end a legal “loophole” that has allowed illegal-immigrant families to enter the U.S., according to reports.
How serious is President Trump about firing back at France over its new tax on U.S. technology? Maybe as much as 100 percent.
As many as 50 vehicles were involved, but early reports indicated that only one serious injury resulted after chain-reaction crashes in heavy rain in North Carolina on Saturday night.
In a Twitter message Saturday, U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw declared Saturday’s protests in Portland, Ore., “a sad showing,” and said the city’s Antifa activists paled in comparison to the demonstrators fighting for democracy in Hong Kong.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney is set to headline a fundraiser for President Trump's 2020 reelection campaign on Monday in Wyoming.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican, and Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly, a Democrat, addressed their states’ long-running economic “border war” Tuesday, each signing a deal to promote more cooperation and less feuding.
The U.S. State Department recently revised its definition of anti-Semitism, in what some view as at least partially a response to the comments and actions of U.S.
Organizers of a planned Straight Pride rally received some bad news from city officials in Modesto, Calif., on Friday. They will not be permitted to hold their event in a city park as planned on Aug.
Lady Gaga has hired an attorney after a songwriter accused the star of stealing the melody for her Oscar-winning song “Shallow.”
Stephen Ross, owner of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins, fired back Wednesday at critics of President Trump, defending his plans to host a fundraiser for Trump on Friday at his Hamptons home on New York’s Long Island.
After Joe Biden referred to Kamala Harris as “kid” on Wednesday, it probably didn’t seem like an accident to some when Harris referred to the former vice president as “Senator” at least twice during Wednesday’s debate in Detroit.
Does Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden believe President Trump plans to remain in the White House longer than the two terms allowed under the U.S. Constitution?
A lengthy joke about cows, sex and women apparently turned out to be no laughing matter in North Carolina this week. It has prompted the resignation of the chairman of the state’s elections board.
In a ruling Tuesday, a judge sided with the parents in a dispute over a home they had helped buy for their 37-year-old daughter.
Someone who recently tried to buy marijuana over the Internet in Canada must have really been stoned.
President Trump drew a torrent of criticism from Democrats on Saturday over a series of Twitter messages criticizing U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., and the Baltimore district that Cummings represents in Congress.
Police in British Columbia, Canada, issued an apology Friday after a cat filter was mistakenly applied to a live stream of a news conference about a double murder.
Rain Pryor, daughter of the late comedian Richard Pryor, spent part of her 50th birthday last week filing paperwork to run for a city council seat in Baltimore, according to a report
A well-known Hong Kong actor suffered a deep gash to his abdomen and a hand injury Saturday when a knife-wielding suspect attacked him onstage at a promotional event in China, according to a report.
Lara Trump lashes out after CNN host accuses her of 'lying' about rally crowd's ‘Send her back!’ chant
Lara Trump fired back Saturday against critics who’ve asserted that the “Send her back!” chant at President Trump’s recent rally in North Carolina was planned, instead of a spontaneous crowd response.