House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler suggested Wednesday that he may not need to demand special counsel Robert Mueller testify before Congress, saying Democrats already have most of what they need from him.
Procter & Gamble's Gillette brand responded to backlash Monday by defending a new ad that features a transgender man's first shave.
President Trump said in Japan Monday he has a different view than his national security adviser, John R. Bolton, about North Korea's recent missile tests, saying North Korean leader Kim Jong-un might simply be seeking ...
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham on Sunday said President Trump's granting Attorney General William Barr broad authority to declassify certain information tied to surveillance activities during the 2016 election doesn't compromise national s…
Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight has once again declared his support for President Trump in no uncertain terms, announcing his allegiance in a pair of videos posted to Twitter late Friday night.
Facebook declined Friday to follow YouTube in stopping users from sharing doctored footage of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, California Democrat.
The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced Wednesday that it is booting the University of St. Thomas because it wins too much.
Joy Behar said Hillary Clinton's singular appearance on ABC's "The View" during the 2016 presidential election was "a mistake" and that more visits could have made a difference in swaying more voters.
Two teens arrested on murder charges last week in Maryland were supposed to be deported last year, but Prince George's police refused to turn them over to ICE, the immigration agency said Tuesday.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp isn't worried about the Hollywood boycott threatening his state over its newly passed fetal heartbeat law, taking a jab at the "C-List celebrities" who "squawk" about abortion rights.