The Clinton Foundation has joined Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network on a list of naughty nonprofits maintained by Charity Navigator, a prominent charity monitor.
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A journalist for Russia Today was mobbed and robbed by a large group of men in Baltimore Saturday night and captured it all on live video.
As hundreds of journalists, politicians and celebrities hobnobbed Saturday at the annual White House Correspondents Dinner -- which has been dubbed "Nerd Prom" -- looting and rioting broke out just 40 miles down the road in Baltimore.
An effort to raise money online for an Oregon bakery which may have to pay $135,000 for refusing to bake a cake for a lesbian couple was shut down on Saturday after gay rights activists complained to the fundraising company, Go Fund Me.
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, who was sworn in this week after a long confirmation battle over his stance on gun control, issued his first remarks on the issue during an interview with NPR that aired Saturday.
An illegal Mexican immigrant who has been deported from the U.S. no less than four times was arrested in Texas after he threatened to kill a neighbor and was found with a loaded gun in his truck.
NBC is investigating Brian Williams for embellishing six separate stories, including a previously unreported inconsistency involving the newsman's 2011 reporting from Cairo's Tahrir Square.
A group that raises money to fight AIDS announced on Friday that it is canceling a strip show fundraiser it planned to hold at a New York City nightclub because the venue's two owners, who are gay, recently held a fundraiser for Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz.
Mississippi U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran's longtime office manager and personal assistant was arrested on federal drug possession charges Thursday after admitting to knowingly receiving illegal drugs from China that he planned to exchange for sex.
A liberal group that has longtime Clinton friend Robert Reich as its chairman of the board is calling on the Clinton Foundation to open up its books to an outside audit and to stop accepting donations from foreign entities.
A Columbia University student is suing the school for defamation, claiming that it aided and abetted a harassment campaign carried out by a female student he says falsely accused him of rape.
Approximately a dozen Native American actors walked off the set of Adam Sandler's latest movie, "The Ridiculous Six," on Wednesday, claiming that the movie is offensive and racist.
Hillary Clinton's State Department approved a series of deals that gave Russia's atomic energy agency control of one-fifth of the uranium produced in the U.S. as major stakeholders in the transaction donated millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation.
A House Veterans' Affairs Committee hearing was the scene of a tense exchange Wednesday as a top-ranking VA official was forced to answer questions about a $300,000 relocation package the agency gave her to take a job in Philadelphia last year.
A man wielding a knife demanded that a 74-year-old Fort Worth grandmother give him what was in her purse on Monday, and she did just that.
A 66-year-old man who escaped a North Carolina prison nearly 40 years ago turned himself into authorities on Monday because he is in declining health and wants to go back to jail so he can receive taxpayer-funded health care.
In a shocking admission, the Obama administration says that it should not have awarded deferred deportation status to Emmanuel Jesus Rangel-Hernandez, an illegal immigrant with known gang ties who stands accused of murdering four people in North Carolina, including former "America's Top Model" contestant Mirjana Puhar.
The chairman of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs is calling for an end to a housing "scheme" used to incentivize VA officials to relocate to new jobs within the agency.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid stated in no uncertain terms that he opposes President Obama's push to fast-track a vote on a major trade pact between the U.S. and a dozen Pacific Rim nations.