Donald Trump’s pardon of former Maricopa County (Arizona) Sheriff Joseph Arpaio will almost surely sink into the morass of outrages that somehow seem to cancel each other out, rather than accumulating in the public’s mind.
That in itself is an indictment of our political system.
Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump’s inauguration speech represented “a cry from the white nationalist gut,” in an interview with CBS promoting the upcoming release of her book, “What Happened.”
“What an opportunity to say, ‘Okay, I’m proud of my supporters, but I’m the president of all Americans.’ That’s not what we heard at all,” Clinton told CBS host Jane Pauley.
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton said Sunday that she will not pursue the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
“I am done with being a candidate,” Clinton said on CBS’s “Sunday Morning.”
Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and the rest of the Democrats are fearing for their lives right now, as an investigation retains possession of potentially incriminating information.
The Mountain Brook man who has made national headlines over the years for filing several federal lawsuits regarding his desire to marry his computer said he is on a mission to preserve the “integrity of the Constitution.”
A waitress at East Side Mario’s in Timmins, Ont., claims a female manager unfairly demanded she wear a bra at work.
“It’s a violation of my rights as a person to dictate my undergarments,” says Geneviève Loiselle, who started working at the chain restaurant in May.
Most Americans disagree with President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and want Congress to do something about it, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Real Time” host Bill Maher has noted how Hurricane Irma looks likely to destroy the vacation homes of several high-profile climate change deniers.
Amid growing concern/speculation/hysteria that Kaspersky Lab products could be tied to the Russian government, retailer Best Buy has stopped selling its antivirus. Minnesota’s StarTribune first reported the move, citing a source who said that the company felt there are “too many unanswered questions” after conducting its own investigation.
Following a vote on Friday by the Virginia State Board of Elections, the state will take decisive action to ensure the integrity of its voting machines. Virginia’s election supervisors have instructed 22 localities to abandon their existing machines immediately, citing risks inherent in the way they record votes.