As has become routine following mass shootings, politicians took to Twitter to offer thoughts and prayers.
On Monday Facebook will turn over 3,000 ads to Congress that the tech giant believes are connected to Moscow’s interference in the 2016 election.
US officials are in touch with Pyongyang despite an escalating war of words between Trump and Kim.
If the party can’t be fixed, then I’m not going to be able to support the party. Period. That’s the end of it!
The Cheeto Caesar may have played a “successful businessman” on reality TV, but one can only fake their way into the highest executive office in the land until a real crisis comes along and exposes just what a fraud actually are.
A 6-year-old, emulating NFL football players’ take-a-knee protests, kneeled for the Pledge of Allegiance in his Tampa suburb classroom. But his action didn’t go over any better than the NFL stars’ protests went over with Trump.
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price resigned Friday in the midst of an expanding controversy over spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxpayer money for private air flights.
Effusive praise may please Trump and his easily-led followers, but it does nothing help people suffering in the aftermath of a devastating hurricane.
Just when you think the troglodyte insanity has reached its maximum, the idea becomes obsolete in a couple of days.
The USA is traveling a curiously low road when no amount of money is “worth” the damaged reputation of being linked with this so-called President.