Former Secretaries of State Madeline Albright and Colin Powell spoke out against the current President this Sunday.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has reversed course on his own rules that prevented Merrick Garland from becoming a Supreme Court Justice. IN 2016, during President...
When asked about women being angry over Kavanaugh confirmation, he said, bafflingly, that women were "extremely happy."
Lawyers from the Trump administration are seeking the account information on Facebook users.
President Trump calls his opposition "too extreme" and "too dangerous" to govern.
Will Tallman wants to ban teachers from discussing "modern-day civics, politics and science in classrooms."
A campus minister claims he was terminated after he "liked" a friend's post about their same-sex marriage.
At a political rally in Wheeling, West Virginia, President Trump claimed that he "fell in love" with Kim Jong-un.
Lindsey Graham has dedicated himself to finding who he believes are the real villains -- the Democrats.
President Trump may have undone his own limitations on the FBI investigation of Brett Kavanaugh.
Chechnya has begun the torture of LGBTQ people, creating the first concentration camps in Europe since World War II.
Rudy Giuliani once again cast doubts on the honesty of the Trump administration, revealing a goal of overturning the Government of Iran.
Lindsey Graham has decided in advance of Christine Blasey Ford's testimony that he will not change his mind on Kavanaugh.
The Trump administration is seeking to expand rules allowing the denial green cards to legal immigrants.
A mock questioning of Brett Kavanaugh did not go so well, for the nominee declining questions on sex and drinking.