Trumpism ran into a wall in Virginia. Republicans now face a choice: Do they continue to embrace the president's agenda or make a break from it?
Allies of Vladimir Putin paid millions of dollars to Paul Manafort as part of their effort to impose Moscow’s will on neighboring Ukraine.
The right demonizes liberals and Democrats as "pedophiles" by inventing or misrepresenting facts.
The destruction of two essential local news websites by a union-busting billionaire has all the elements of class warfare.
Donald Trump vowed to end the cronyism and corruption in D.C., but ethics experts say he is running the sleaziest administration in history.
George Papadopoulos, a Trump campaign adviser, pled guilty to lying as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Kremlin’s interference in the U.S. election.
A series of corruption allegations and probes by district and state attorneys have made Manafort a focus of the Russia investigation.
Experts are deeply skeptical of a conspiracy theory that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pushed through the sale of a uranium mining company.
President Trump gave Fox News yet another interview on Wednesday night.
Authorities say the Las Vegas shooter acted alone, but in the age of fake news, some remain unconvinced.
Sexual misconduct apparently only matters to Fox News when it is perpetrated by a Democrat.
The need for more diverse and inclusive organizations is broadly accepted today. Seven in ten respondents to a survey conducted for this Newsweek report say the topic is clearly visible on the strategy of their organization. Download the full report to learn more.
Hillary Clinton is really running the country, according to the right.
Donald Trump wants you to say "Merry Christmas."
Trump supposedly has great reverence for the military, but some of his statements seem to indicate a lack of compassion for the sacrifices made by fighting men and women.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has reportedly subpoenaed Page over the Trump dossier.
Steve Bannon has promised “war” on the Republican establishment, and many think that could prove disastrous for Republicans.
Trump calls Bannon a "friend" during Rose Garden remarks.
You can go from "The Apprentice" to "The West Wing," but you might want to change the theme music.
Doing more of the same with China—cajoling it to help while threatening to punish its companies that do business with Pyongyang—isn’t working.
"I'll wait and see, which is the right thing to do," said the conspiracy theorist and filmmaker Oliver Stone.
Did Newt Gingrich and Dennis Hastert break Congress? It's not so simple, Hastert says.
In an embarrassment for the Times, the columnist attempts to absolve Weinstein of accountability by comparing him to a wild animal.
Steven Mnuchin wants to change the tax system, but the Treasury secretary’s plan may self-destruct before the end of the year.
The vice president has displayed a host of snowflake tendencies for decades.
Congressman Steve Scalise claims there are no limits to gun rights. But that's not how most experts read the Second Amendment.
A top National Rifle Association lobbyist went on Fox News on Thursday night to argue for weaker gun laws in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting.
If the Supreme Court strikes down a Wisconsin map for partisan redistricting gone too far, voting rights advocates win big
Insiders say the United States will remain in the Iran nuclear accord, but will soon announce that Tehran is not abiding by the terms of the deal—and try to re-negotiate it.
Outlets like Infowars keep insisting there's a chance the shooter was radicalized.