"I have purposefully not had them on, frankly, because I don't want to hear their crap," Wallace said on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” Rep. Tony Gonzales (R-TX) criticized some House Democrats for “finally getting involved in this border crisis” for reasons that are “racially driven.” Gonzales stated, “I think the loser in all
GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell got in a shouting match on the front porch of the U.S. Capitol Building Friday - over abortion, civility and Christianity.
South Dakota's Republican Governor Kristi Noem refuses to mandate masks for schoolchildren and teachers but she's trying to make students pray in public. Gov. Noem, who is widely expected to run for president in 2024, has let the coronavirus run rampant in her state of just 886,667 people – a population so small New York City's is ten times larger. And yet coronavirus is running rampant in South Dakota, which ranks number eight in the nation for coronavirus cases per capita.
Civic-minded Wisconsinites wanted to make sure Bryson DeChambeau, who was chomping on a sandwich during a practice round Tuesday, sampled the local fare
'Kiss and make up' is what friends do.
The gubernatorial recall effort, which is polling around 40-to-41 percent, could fail by a historically significant margin.
Facebook has been quietly experimenting with reducing the amount of political content it puts in users’ news feeds. The move is a tacit acknowledgment that the way the company’s algorithms work can be a problem. The heart of the matter is the distinction between provoking a response and providing content people want. Social media algorithms – the rules their computers follow in deciding the content that you see – rely heavily on people’s behavior to make these decisions. In particular, they...
Zeldin, a four-term congressman and vocal supporter of former president Donald Trump, is also running for governor of New York.