The “Late Night” host roasted the president over his latest bonkers claim.
For Wednesday’s “Trump, Inc.” episode, we spoke to a person who has a lot to say about business corruption and Russian influence in the U.S. He’s also become a central figure in the very story he’s been researching for years. He’s Glenn Simpson. Simpson first came to these issues as an investigative journalist at The [
The "Late Night" host dissects the president's bonkers performance in Pennsylvania this week.
A Tuesday report alleges that President Donald Trump learned of the whistleblower complaint before unfreezing aid to Ukraine and participating in a phone call with U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland where he stated that he wanted "no quid pro quo."
The late show hosts picked apart the president's extended chat with Fox News' morning show "Fox & Friends."
This article was paid for by AlterNet subscribers. Not a subscriber? Try us and go ad-free for $1. Prefer to give a one-time tip? Click here. Virtually everyone–Democrats, Republicans, the media–have adopted “investigations” as an easy shorthand for the “deliverable” that Donald Trump sought from the Ukrainian government in exchange for the military aid he had been [
The House Intelligence chair says it is up to the Judiciary Committee to decide whether to pursue such a charge among articles of impeachment.
Late-night comedian Seth Meyers observed that most people who were inches from being fired from their job would try and prove that they should remain. President Donald Trump, however, has taken a different path, “slurring like a lunatic while throwing in some of his trademark sexism.” Meyers played a clip of Trump’s rally where he [
Casting the first lady as a feminist obviously has its attractions. And yet
U.S. President Donald Trump poses one of the biggest challenges for the European Union because he is "praying" for the breakup of the bloc, European Council President Donald Tusk said.
Anyone who thinks that wars never solved anything needs to visit Germany and Japan. In 1941, those two were the world’s most rapacious and militaristic states. Four years later, both were physically and morally devastated. Led by the United States, the victorious Allies demanded that they renounce war as an
The horror novelist also tweeted about how to hit a raw nerve with Donald Trump’s base.