Appearing on MSNBC's Morning Joe, former Secretary of State -- and prominent Hillary Clinton supporter -- Madeleine Albright said Donald Trump's idea of "'America first' doesn't make any sense," and compared it to the atmosphere ahead of World War II.
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Missouri Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell she believes what Donald Trump called a joke about the Russians possibly hacking Hillary Clinton's email may have violated US law and he should be investigated for saying it.
Former Los Angeles mayor and potential California gubernatorial candidate Antonio Villaraigosa told the Democratic National Convention the party "must stand up and fight for these 11 million" illegal aliens in the United States, "for we are our brother's keeper."
Supporters of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders had no interest in hearing former President Bill Clinton speak at the Democratic National Convention -- they were too busy protesting in the streets surrounding the Wells Fargo Arena. While demonstrating against the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic Party's nominee, Sanders supporters took to burning the American flag in the street.
Sean Spicer, chief strategist and director of communications for the Republican National Committee, agreed with New York Rep. Peter King that Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is an "asshole."
Republican New York Congressman Peter King thinks Texas Senator Ted Cruz is "more of a disgrace now more than ever" after Cruz delivered a non-endorsement speech of Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention.
Tony Schwartz, the ghostwriter of Donald Trump's best-selling book "The Art Of The Deal," told the New York Times this week he feels "a deep sense of remorse that I contributed to presenting Trump in a way that brought him wider attention and made him more appealing than he is."
Internet provocateur and Breitbart News tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos has amassed a large following on the social media site Twitter, using it to promote himself and the alt-right movement he covered. Yiannopoulos is known for attention-grabbing tweets and his "Dangerous Faggot Tour" of college campuses designed to elicit negative responses from college progressives. Now Twitter has had enough of what they deem to be "harassment," particularly of "Ghostbusters" star Leslie Jones, and suspended Yiannopoulos from their site permanently.
Just a day after Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Julián Castro was found to have violated the Hatch Act, a federal law banning public officials from engaging in political activities on government time, the Obama administration announced there would be no consequences for that finding.
Newt Goes Off: Deport Muslims Who Believe In Sharia, France Attack Fault Of ‘Western Elites,’ Starting With Obama [VIDEO]
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich went off Thursday night on the subject of radical Islamic terrorism, saying in an appearance on Fox News that the United States should test every Muslim to see if they believe in Sharia Law and deport those who do.
The daughter of Eric Garner, who died after a 2014 altercation with police in New York City over the illegal sale of individual cigarettes, is calling the ABC News town hall with President Barack Obama on race in America "a sham."
The terrorist attack in Nice, France -- which has left more than 73 people dead and scores injured when a truck sped into a crowd celebrating Bastille Day -- is eerily similar to what the Islamic State has been calling for since September 2014.
In a discussion on Fox News' "The Kelly File" Monday, Black Lives Matter activist Jessica Disu made an unusual declaration: police in the United States need to either be abolished or disarmed.
Terrence Williams is a man you've most likely never heard of before, and with good reason --- he's just a guy like every other guy out there. But anonymity is a thing of the past for Williams now, thanks to a video he posted to his Facebook page that has amassed more than 7 million views in just two days.
Florida Democratic Congresswoman Corrine Brown is facing up to 357 years in prison on corruption charges stemming from an alleged scheme involving her chief of staff and charity set up to help poor kids with scholarship money. But now Brown says the Orlando terrorist attack, in which 49 people were murdered, might never have happened if the Department of Justice focused more on investigating terrorism and less time investigating her.
On the day when five Dallas police officers were assassinated by a black militant, a Memphis newspaper, The Commercial Appeal, ran an op-ed by columnist David Waters saying it was "time for white people in America to tell white police officers to stop killing black men."
To celebrate Independence Day, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady posted the ultimate 4th of July photo to his Facebook page -- him with a bald eagle on each arm.
In 2003, a group of celebrities performed a dramatic reading of the Declaration of Independence. They were Kathy Bates, Benicio Del Toro, Michael Douglas, Kevin Spacey, Mel Gibson, Whoopi Goldberg, Renée Zellweger, Edward Norton, Winona Ryder, Ming-Na Wen, and Graham Greene.
The reporter who broke the story about the secret meeting between Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch told Fox News that FBI officials on the tarmac instructed those on the tarmac "no photos, no pictures, no cell phones."