Every time a pack of Hollwood actors and entertainers gather in front of a green screen to lecture America, we know we're in for a treat.
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Here's the top 9 times President-elect Donald Trump was such a badass at his Wednesday press conference that he made us wish he could be his own press secretary.
Out-of-control liberal protesters were getting kicked out left and right at Jeff Sessions' Senate confirmation hearing. It reminded us of how Trump used to lay down the law at his rallies.
At CNN's town hall with Bernie Sanders on Monday, one member of the audience asked Sanders to talk about Trump's greatest attributes. Sanders proceeded to compliment Trump's "perseverance," "political instincts," and ability to "connect with people," as well as the fact he successfully took on the establishment.
As you might have heard, Obama is building a wall around his upscale rental in D.C.'s Kalorama neighborhood.
Here's a rundown of the new talent on Capitol Hill as of Tuesday.
2016 was a big year, chock-full of celebrity deaths and entertaining politics. Here's a look back on six things that happened last year you might've forgotten.
For the entirety of her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton maintained a massive collection of A-list endorsers from the entertainment industry. She capitalized on this trend in a liberally-tinged get-out-the-vote video and a pastel-colored rendition of the hackneyed anthem "Fight Song."
On Dec. 9, the Washington Post and the New York Times reported that the CIA had conducted "closed-door meetings" where they informed members of Capitol Hill that it was "quite clear" the Russian government had coordinated efforts to disrupt the 2016 U.S. election and hand Donald Trump the presidency.
Carly Fiorina called him a "serial philanderer." Ted Cruz called him a "narcissist" and a "sniveling coward." Mitt Romney called him a "con man" and a "phony."
Let's look back on the amazing life of John Glenn, an American hero.
On Tuesday's episode of The View, co-host Joy Behar insinuated President-elect Donald Trump is "mentally ill" and said "he's not right in the head."
Sunday's "State of the Union" with Jake Tapper featured a polite, dignified exchange between former Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and Robby Mook, who managed Hillary Clinton's failed campaign.
Our former Editor-in-Chief Tucker Carlson's new show is a huge success. “Tucker Carlson Tonight” premiered on Fox News November 14 and has seen massive increases in viewership compared to the November 2015 figures for “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren," the show that at the time had Carlson's 7:00 PM EST time slot. (RELATED: ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ Gives Fox News Historic Ratings Boost)
As we all remember, media pundits of all stripes tried to convince us Trump couldn't win the election (RELATED: The Trumped Media's Stages of Grief No. 1: Denial [VIDEO])
Democratic strategist and CNN political commentator Symone Sanders has three words for everyone who's been attacked just for supporting Trump... "POOR WHITE PEOPLE!"
Democrats have been throwing plenty of blame around for Hillary Clinton's loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.