Two scoops from The New York Times on a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer contain a key disclaimer about five paragraphs deep clarifying there is still "no evidence" of collusion.
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The media is now blaming dead veterans for Hillary Clinton's loss in the 2016 presidential election.
Steve Bannon used a long list of Hillary Clinton insults to motivate Donald Trump on the campaign trail, an excerpt from a new book on the powerful duo reveals.
When Hillary Clinton claimed "17 intelligence agencies" agree on Russian meddling in the third presidential debate, a host of media outlets including The New York Times rated the claim as 100 percent true. Nine months later, those same outlets say the stat is obviously false, and there's been a "simple" explanation as to why all along.
The New York Times said the facts behind a bogus Russia claim the media has been pushing for nine months now are "simple" in a story Thursday that does not mention the paper rated the claim as true when it was first used by Hillary Clinton.
The entire basis of CNN's meme witch hunt might have come crashing down Wednesday as Buzzfeed showed that the actual video's origins are not so easily ascertained, and the network is likely harassing the wrong guy.
News of President Trump's tweet in support of a brain-damaged baby sentenced to death by the United Kingdom was largely absent from the home page of establishment media sites early Monday.
The Associated Press "clarified" a false claim it's been running in stories about President Trump and Russia on Friday, conceding in a release it's not the case that 17 intelligence agencies "agreed" on the hacking narrative.
The New York Times has issued an absurdly written correction to a story about President Trump and Russian meddling.
President Trump said the Senate should immediately repeal Obamacare if their replacement plan fails.
White House sources think Justice Anthony Kennedy might announce his retirement from the Supreme Court Monday, Mike Allen reports.
Chelsea Clinton claimed she was waiting in line at Starbucks Tuesday when she tweeted about the White House "fat shaming" Sean Spicer.
A chicken. Butchered on Facebook. A clear message heard 41,000 times as we post. And a simple reason: one vote got in the way of a farmer's harvest.
The New York Times corrected an editorial on the GOP baseball shooting Thursday that baselessly accused Sarah Palin of inciting the 2011 shooting of Gabby Giffords.
President Donald Trump called a report he is under investigation for obstruction of justice "phony" in a series of tweets tweet Thursday, and repeated an accusation that he is the subject of a massive witch hunt.
A Huffington Post writer appeared to criticize the baseball shooter for poor planning Wednesday, saying "violent resistance" has to be more organized to "work."
The man accused of opening fire on a GOP baseball practice Wednesday declared his love for Rachel Maddow's MSNBC show and ranted against Republicans in a series of letters to the editor of his local Illinois newspaper.
As Republican Rep. Bill Johnson left the GOP baseball practice Wednesday, he noticed a man who he thinks might have been the one to open fire a short time later.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul said "everybody probably would have died" when someone opened fire at a GOP congressmen baseball practice Wednesday, had it not been for House Majority Whip Steve Scalise's security detail.