This month marks the anniversary of the death of the internet. Or so I read on Twitter.
Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has been in office for nearly seven years, but she remains virtually unknown to the general public. That has been a major challenge as she seeks the Democratic presidential nomination and runs against a crowded field of 24 candidates, many of whom have higher national profiles than her.
Lawyers for President Trump have released a video showing him kissing a former campaign staffer on the cheek — and arguing that it contradicts her claims that he forcibly kissed her on the mouth. The 15-second clip shows the then-presidential candidate interacting with staffer Alva Johnson on a crowded RV in August 2016 and was
Tennis's new teenage sensation is in action against former world number one Simona Halep, while Williams plays number 30 seed Carla Suarez Navarro.
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan said he frequently had the urge to "scold" President Donald Trump because "he didn't know anything about government" in interviews for a forthcoming book on the Republican party.
Ramping up uranium enrichment was an inevitable response to US moves. A resolution is possible if the president changes course• Hossein Mousavian is a former member of Iran’s nuclear negotiating team
On Tuesday, CNN reporter Randi Kaye interviewed a group of eight Texas GOP women about President Donald Trump’s racist attacks on four black and brown congresswomen who have criticized him. And they broadly refused to accept that his behavior was racist. “How many of you don’t think what the president said was racist, raise your [
From July 23 to July 25, three T-Mobile Signature stores in the US will turn into T-MoBell stores, fusing T-Mobile and Taco Bell together in the same location. God, help us! The stores are located in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City. If you want to get in on the festivities, T-Mobile and Taco
Twitter’s new policy for holding powerful leaders to account for engaging in hate speech and harassment received its first major test this weekend when President Trump called on several Democratic members of Congress to “go back” to their countries — prompting widespread allegations of racism against women of color.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) on Tuesday suggested that Donald Trump “doesn’t deserve to be president” if he can’t handle criticism from Fox News. In a speech on the Senate floor, Schumer noted that Trump recently lashed out at Fox News soon after the conservative network aired World Cup viewers chanting “f*ck Trump.” “I [
"It wouldn’t have, and it didn’t" happen on then-President Obama's watch, he says
By the time someone checked the old account in May, 321 emails had piled up — including 104 with concerns about children being mistreated, an official said.