During a virtual town hall Thursday, former vice president Joe Biden estimated that some 10% to 15% of Americans are "not very good people," adding that the vast majority were "decent" folks the president should work to unite.
Former vice president Joe Biden praised America during a town hall Thursday night, but said there are "10 to 15 percent" of people who are "not very good people."
You know warm days are right around the corner when retailers start adding cute one-pieces, tankinis, and bikinis to their front pages. Lately, we couldn't help but notice all of the splashy tie-dye, polka-dot, and bright striped prints Old Navy has added to its swimwear section. If you're curious about what some of the hottest swimsuit trends are but want to approach them in very wearable ways (think modest keyholes and retro one-pieces), we highlighted 26 of our top choices. Many are...
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, D-Atlanta, discusses the city's protests over the death of George Floyd, the relationship between Atlanta police and the community and why she is asking Trump to be the leader 'we need right now.'
Donald Trump bashing former President Obama -- who is still highly popular -- is called a distraction from the Trump administration’s widely criticized COVID-19 response, according to MSNBC analyst E.J. Dionne. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.
Amid the protests following the police killing of George Floyd and the ongoing fight against the coronavirus pandemic, something very important has been overlooked: President Donald Trump is now a decided underdog to reach the 270 electoral votes he needs to win a second term in the fall.
The Rock spoke out against President Trump's leadership on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.'
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany did not go out of her way Wednesday to assure reporters that Donald Trump still had confidence in his defense secretary, who earlier in the day broke with the president over whether to use U.S. troops to quell protests on the streets of American cities.
Steve Carell’s new Netflix comedy series is a toothless attempt to ridicule the current administration, failing to be either sharp or entertaining
The surprise announcement marked the president's latest attempt to ramp up the political stakes surrounding the country's coronavirus recovery efforts.