Georgia’s secretary of state and Republican gubernatorial candidate, Brian Kemp, is blocking the voter registrations of tens of thousands of people in his state.
Conservative media used an out-of-context video to falsely claim that Senate candidate Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) called all Arizonans “crazy.”
Jamal Khashoggi is a journalist, a critic of his native Saudi Arabia’s oppressive regime who had been living in self-imposed exile in Virginia, London, and Istanbul, Turkey.
The Trump family’s relationship with the Saudi royal family has been complicated this month by the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The Saudi government has denied the allegations, insisting that Khashoggi left the Consulate unharmed that day.
The thrill is gone.
His origin story of being a self-made billionaire was a lie.
“Anyone who sits right of center, anyone who’s a Trump supporter, we’re all targets” of public harassment from the left, contributor Tomi Lahren explained on Fox & Friends.
So instead of appearing alongside the sitting senator and exchanging jibes and pointed attacks, O’Rourke will have an hour-long town hall on the network instead.
After new U.N. IPCC climate report comes out, only 22 of the top 50 U.S. newspapers’ homepages made note of it.
Hope Hicks admitted she lied for Trump as his communications director. Now Fox has hired Hicks to run its communications.
Journalists made some terrible choices this weekend in the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation as a Supreme Court justice.
Trump made sure the fix was in for Brett Kavanaugh, and stacked the deck even higher against Christine Blasey Ford.
President Donald Trump received at least $413 million in today’s dollars from his father’s businesses through a series of massive and at times fraudulent tax-dodging inheritance schemes.
Following Trump’s attack, conservatives call Ford a liar deserving of prison.
In particular, it targeted Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO), who claimed that Kavanaugh’s denial of the allegations of sexual assault made by Christine Blasey Ford was truthful.
Multiple news outlets have noted that the conclusions in Mitchell’s memo — among them that Ford’s claims are “even weaker” than a “‘he said, she said’ case” — cannot be seen as credible.
In a humiliating real-life re-run of “The Apprentice,” Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will go to the White House in the near future to find out if he’s been fired.
It’s easy — and not wrong — to think that truth is in dire danger in the era of Donald Trump.
What are they afraid of?
Since he entered the White House, President Donald Trump has given few press conferences. On Wednesday, he made it clear why he and his team avoid the medium.
The rent cut for these corporations is worth about $3 billion annually, the National League of Cities estimates.
From “gurus” to extremist “influencers,” the video site is a potent tool for ideologues.
A startling example of this muddying of the waters was on display Tuesday on the Fox News Twitter account, which is followed by more than 18 million people.
Kellyanne Conway insisted last week that a woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault ‘should not be insulted.’ So much for that.