New reporting by Politico sheds light on big players behind anti-immigrant effort.
A Fox host casually suggested that Trump should engage in a shocking abuse of power if Congress keeps investigating him.
Fox News hosts have a message for the president: Keep it up!
A national emergency declaration would be the strongest sign yet that the conservative propagandists at Fox are effectively running the federal government.
Right-wing extremists killed more people in the U.S. last year than in any year since 1995 — and Trump is dismantling our ability to deal with the threat.
Gowdy was one of the Republican members who benefited the most from Fox’s spotlight.
Scott has criticized his party on racial issues before, but his words now are more cutting than ever.
President Donald Trump’s loyal right-wing media supporters pushed him into triggering the longest partial government shutdown in U.S. history and urged him to stick with it.
On January 25, federal authorities arrested Trump confidant Roger Stone, charging him with obstruction of an official proceeding, false statements, and witness tampering.
As quickly as Cardi B’s Instagram address about the government shutdown went viral, the 26-year-old rapper became the latest target for right-wing conservatives to harass online.
Symbols are powerful, conveying profound messages with the simplest images.
Unions representing the 800,000 federal workers who were either locked out or forced to work without pay organized the demonstration.
Stone: “There is no circumstance under which I would plead guilty to these charges. There’s no circumstance in which I would bear false witness against the president.”
On Wednesday, a report from the Anti-Defamation League documented every known extremist killing in the United States in 2018.
An outbreak of measles four years ago at Disneyland focused attention on a growing health menace — the refusal of parents to vaccinate their children.
In an apparent bid to protect Roger Stone, Infowars has been waging a war on former employee Jerome Corsi.
In May 2012, at a town hall, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, compared immigrants to dogs.
In a new statement on Monday evening, he lashed out at House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and insisted that he had not said anything racist — his statement was just parsed wrong.
The viral GoFundMe campaign to pay for President Donald Trump’s border wall has, predictably, hit a snag.
The Republican Party has fully embraced both Rep. Steve King, a long-time racist and neo-Nazi sympathizer, and his extremist immigration policies.
The most prominent broadcast news programs have mentioned openly white nationalist Rep. Steve King’s (R-IA) racism only a handful of times over the past two years.
Rush Limbaugh seems a little scared of the new congresswoman.
Our Documenting Hate database shows that the terrorizing of people where they live is alive and well decades after the civil rights movement.
Rep. Warren Davidson has proposed a bill that would let Americans ‘buy a brick’ to help fund Trump’s border wall.
Tucker Carlson warns women being paid more than men will destroy society.