Fashion designer Sophie Theallet made news when she released an open letter to other fashion designers calling on them to refuse to design clothes for incoming First Lady Melania Trump. Even though the French designer had not been asked to make outfits for Mrs. Trump, Theallet's call garnered a lot of favorable media attention.
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Former President Jimmy Carter expressed grief over the death of Fidel Castro, Cuba's murderous communist dictator. Carter released a statement recalling "fondly our visits with him in Cuba and his love of his country." (RELATED: Fidel Castro Dead At 90)
If there’s one thing that is consistent about government it’s that it is inconsistent. One week government bureaucrats are insisting red wine is the key to long life, the next they’re saying it makes no difference. Butter will kill you, then it’s margarine that’ll take you out. Government not knowing something isn’t so much the problem as it insisting it knows each time, even if it contradicts what it once knew, is.
American voters didn't buy Hillary Clinton's message, but that doesn't mean there aren't still a few things the Clinton campaign isn't still trying to sell. As her campaign wraps up its existence, they still have some swag taking up space, and they've marked it down in the hope of moving what remains.
Scarlett Fakhar was a reporter on KRIV-TV -- a Fox affiliate in Houston, Texas -- until a post she made celebrating the election of Donald Trump on her personal Facebook page, which was set to private, was made public.
Police officers in Portland, Oregon, have arrested 112 protesters during violent protests after the election of Donald Trump. Of those 112, 69 either were not registered to vote in Oregon, or did not vote there in the 2016 election, NBC's KGW TV reports.
On MSNBC's "Morning Joe," activist filmmaker Michael Moore suggested President-elect Donald Trump would be impeached.
A protester at an anti-Donald Trump march in Los Angeles Wednesday told CNN, "There will be casualties on both sides. There will be, because people have to die to make a change in this world."
The post-election honeymoon period for President-Elect Donald Trump was always going to be short with the radical left, but it appears have been stopped before it started. Less than 24 hours after his stunning electoral victory, protesters have taken to the streets of major cities across the country to express outrage over Trump's victory.
Liberals are not taking Donald Trump's stunning electoral upset well, with some comparing his victory on Nov. 9, 2016 to the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 Americans.
ABC News political commentator Cokie Roberts blamed Donald Trump's electoral strength on the country have a "strong sentiment about not having a woman president" Tuesday night during the network's election coverage.
A lot of celebrities had pledged to move to Canada if Donald Trump won the presidential election. One indicator might show many of them, and their fans, are seriously considering doing just that. The immigration page for the Canadian government crashed Tuesday night as Trump racked up big victories in states that were expected to be very close.
One For The Money: Clinton Camp Worried About Fundraiser With ‘Fraud’ CEO Host, Went Ahead With It Anyway
The Clinton campaign privately worried about the optics of having Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes host a fundraiser at their headquarters, but opted to go ahead with the event anyway after a change of venue.
Democratic National Committee interim chairwoman Donna Brazile has already lost her contributor contract with CNN for leaking questions from a CNN town hall to the Clinton campaign. Monday night's WikiLeaks release of emails from the personal account of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta reveals Brazile sent even more questions ahead of the event, one that went to Hillary Clinton, the other was asked of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
An email from ALG Polling, used by the Clinton campaign, warned their data showed that, under President Obama, Americans felt the economy had little benefit to them and didn't see any positive benefits that were "tangible in their own lives."
Liberal Hollywood celebrities and journalists are still not happy with FBI director James Comey, even after he sent a letter to Congress Sunday saying newly discovered emails have not changed his decision to not charge Hillary Clinton with a crime.
In an email exchange released Sunday by WikiLeaks, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta implied her lawyer and long-time friend Cheryl Mills came up with the idea of Clinton using a private email server while secretary of state.
Doug Band, the former top aid to Bill Clinton who helped found the Clinton Global Initiative, accused Chelsea Clinton of illegal activities by using foundation money to pay for her wedding and getting paid to campaign, all while avoiding paying taxes.
Kaleb Vanfosson was scheduled to introduce Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders at a rally for Hillary Clinton in Ames, Iowa, Saturday, but things didn't go as planned for the campaign.