Earlier this week, MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell let his Russiagate excitement get the best of him and found himself issuing an immediate retraction after claiming to have an inside scoop on US President Donald Trump’s business dealings with Russians.
Possibly giving the creators of Syfy’s “Sharknado” film series a storyline for their next out-of-this-world movie, US President Donald Trump has reportedly suggested that officials drop nuclear bombs on hurricanes in an effort to stop them from reaching the Land of the Free.
It seems that a fancy dinner prepared by Michelin-star chefs during the G7 summit in Biarritz, France didn't go very well after US President Donald Trump demanded that the group readmit Russia.
A little more than two months after her resignation, former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has officially signed with Fox News Channel to provide political commentary and analysis.
US President Donald Trump added to the recent distress following reports of his increased interest in Greenland on Monday evening by tweeting a doctored image of what he promises “not to do” to the Danish-owned island territory if it comes under US control.
The prime minister of Denmark and several other politicians were not so amused after a report claimed US President Donald Trump has expressed interest in acquiring Greenland as a US territory.
US President Donald Trump’s administration announced Monday a revision to the 1973 Endangered Species Act that would make it easier for officials to remove a species from the list and allow them to perform a cost analysis prior to designating another as endangered.
Shortly after the mass shootings that claimed 31 lives, injured dozens, and ravaged the cities of El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, US President Donald Trump urged the nation to come together while proclaiming that his past rhetoric “brings people together.” Some would beg to differ.
Following the designation of China as a currency manipulator by US President Donald Trump’s Treasury Department, 45 himself took to Twitter on Tuesday to declare that the US, despite being embroiled in a tense trade war with China, is in “a very strong position.”
As police look for clues into who may have burglarized the home of Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), US President Donald Trump took to Twitter to offer his not-so heartfelt condolences for the crime, generating a social media shockwave that not even Nikki Haley could ignore
A number of Democratic presidential candidates brought the energy this time around during the first half of a two-night debate event. While two favorites maintained their popularity, one candidate in particular had a monumental night - at least in terms of Google.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller’s six-hour testimony before the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees had eyes from all sides glued to the TV, but not only did the representatives’ questions fall on Mueller’s seemingly deaf ears, his responses also left a lot to be desired.
US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump followed in her father’s footsteps on Tuesday as she tweeted then deleted her congratulations to Boris Johnson on becoming “the next Prime Minister of the United Kingston.“
When word of protests in Puerto Rico reached the desk of US President Donald Trump, 45 took it upon himself to fan the flames of calls for Governor Ricardo A. Rosselló to resign by repeating erroneous claims about federal aid to the US territory.
Edwards Air Force Base, more commonly known as Area 51, has been the subject of countless conspiracy theories for decades, but a recent surge of social media memes and a Facebook event with a large RSVP list have put the United States Air Force on high alert for people who want to “see them aliens.”
On Friday, US President Donald Trump announced to White House reporters that Labor Secretary Rene Alexander Acosta would be stepping down of his own accord, just two days after Acosta held a press conference defending his 2007 plea deal given to convicted sex offender and billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein.
On Tuesday, a federal appeals court ruled that since assuming office, US President Donald Trump has been violating the US Constitution’s First Amendment by choosing to block certain Americans from viewing his timeline, despite the account in question being his personal handle rather than “@POTUS.”
US President Donald Trump claims this year’s July 4 celebration on the National Mall will be the “show of a lifetime,” featuring a series of musical performances, military flyovers and a public address from 45 himself. However, Trump’s scheduled displays may not be the only prominent gatherings in Washington, DC.
Wednesday night kicked off the first of a two-day, 20-candidate debate series between a wide range of political hopefuls vying for the Democratic presidential nomination. From Spanglish to technical difficulties, the night included a series of unexpected occurrences both on and off the stage.
Tensions between Tehran and Washington reached new levels on Tuesday after Iran’s president criticized his US counterpart’s administration, asserting the White House is “full of lies” and “mentally retarded” for its sanctions. US President Donald Trump, of course, did not let this comment go without a Twitter response.