Several journalists and liberal activists criticized National Review author David French for allegedly consoling conservatives that if there was an attack on a U.S. city, at least only liberals would die.
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A new poll suggest that entertainment titan and lifestyle brand mogul Oprah Winfrey wouldn't fare well if she ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020, particularly if she went up against male candidates.
An Army veteran is suing the VA for allegedly leaving a scalpel in his abdomen after a prostate surgery four years ago.
One year into his mission to fix the Democratic National Committee, chairman Tom Perez says the task is far more challenging than he anticipated.
The employee who sent out an erroneous alert that warned Hawaiians to take cover from an incoming missile has been "temporarily reassigned," a state official said Sunday.
President Donald Trump's first wife Ivana Trump said that her ex-husband is "definitely" not a racist Monday.
A group of Democratic politicians from Midwestern states is calling on the party to change or face a minority for years to come.
During his first major press conference as president-elect, Donald Trump coopted a phrase used against him, "fake news," and slammed an entire news organization in the process.
A high-ranking official in former President Barack Obama's administration allegedly used government funds to pay for cab rides and misused his government-issued credit card, according to a recent report.
Canada is trying to convince the U.S. to remain in the North American Free Trade Agreement in the most Canadian way ever -- with an outreach blitz that some Canadian officials call the "hug an American campaign," the Wall Street Journal reports.
The government is set to hold a briefing on how to prepare emergency responders for a potential nuclear detonation, in the unlikely event of an attack on American soil.
Polling giant Gallup is changing its daily presidential approval tracking poll and shifting to a weekly metric, the firm announced Wednesday.
CBS News fired its political director after several people complained of his "inappropriate behavior," the network announced Wednesday.
An un-ticketed bird trapped in the cockpit of a plane flying out of Detroit forced pilots to ground the flight out of "abundance of caution" Saturday.
The record cold temperatures in the Northeast are wreaking havoc on New Years Eve celebrations and ocean life alike, as two sharks died of apparent cold shock off the coast of Massachusetts this week, according to the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy (AWSC).
For his first media interview since departing office in January, former President Barack Obama spoke with Prince Harry who was guest hosting the BBC Radio 4 program.
Nonprofit institutions and their lobbyists are slamming the tax reform bill signed into law by President Donald Trump for hurting charities, but the tax bill will actually improve charitable giving, according to the Wall Street Journal editorial board.
Three cities have joined together to file a lawsuit against the Department of Defense for failing to report crime statistics to federal databases that are used to conduct background checks for gun owners.
Pope Francis focused on the plight of refugees and the "outdated model of development [that] continues to produce human, societal and environmental decline" in his annual message at the Christmas Eve Mass in the Vatican.