The courts could legally "install" Hillary Clinton as president instead of Donald Trump, because of Russia's alleged interference in the election, The Huffington Post asserted in a story Friday.
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Although Donald Trump's immigration policies could one day force him and his family out of the United States, Mexican citizen David Perez supports the president-elect's plan to crack down on enforcement and build a wall.
The Washington Post said a key part of its big story exposing "fake news" sites might not be credible Wednesday, writing in an editor's note that the paper can't "vouch for the validity" of a report heavily cited in the story.
Actress Sofia Vergara was sued Tuesday by her own frozen embryos.
The Ohio legislature passed the strictest abortion law in the country Tuesday, sending what is effectively a six-week abortion ban to Republican Gov. John Kasich's desk, in a move that stunned pro-abortion activists.
The chairman of the tribe protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline pleaded with the protesters to disband and go home in a letter released Tuesday, reminding them they got "everything" they asked for and warning them the severe weather conditions at the camp are dangerous.
WASHINGTON -- Vice President-elect Mike Pence said Tuesday President-elect Donald Trump will make rebuilding the military a top priority when he takes office, declaring to a cheering crowd at the Heritage Foundation, "the Obama era of weakening our national defense is over."
Some of the victims of the Oakland fire that consumed a residential warehouse Tuesday managed to send text messages to their loved ones before they died.
Senate and House Judiciary chairmen called on the White House Tuesday to declassify the details of a secret agreement to accept some 2,000 refugees currently held in off-shore detention camps by Australia.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest was forced to remind the press corps the federal government can't censor news because of the First Amendment, in a bizarre exchange during a White House press briefing Monday.
One of the websites The Washington Post labeled "fake news" in a November story demanded a retraction and threatened the paper with a defamation lawsuit in a demand letter Sunday.
More than a hundred people bussed into a Virginia town to counter-protest a non-existent Ku Klux Klan rally Saturday.
The Washington Post is still in meltdown mode, more than three weeks after Donald Trump won the presidency.
The Ted Cruz campaign helped Trump win the crucial New Hampshire primary, an on the record discussion between key political operatives Thursday revealed.
A frustrated Hillary Clinton aide said the email scandal was the most "overrated" and "destructive" story ever covered in presidential politics at a campaign post-mortem sponsored by Harvard University Thursday.
In honor of Democratic Minority Leader Harry Reid’s December 2 birthday, The Daily Caller News Foundation has assembled just a few of the craziest, most insane, looniest things the gentleman from Nevada has shared with us over his decades in office.
Anderson Cooper challenged Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren's assertion that Steve Bannon is a "white supremacist" in a CNN interview Wednesday, saying there is "no evidence" to back that up.
In a hilariously brutal statement on the revelation that a Philadelphia attorney was involved in spray painting "Fuck Trump" on a new supermarket, the Philly GOP said the man should be fired immediately.
In a wonderful poem aimed at the sore losers still crying about the election results, journalist John Nolte mercilessly mocks Hillary Clinton and the Democrat Party's massive defeat.