Trump uses the bully pulpit like no president before him.
Kimmel blasted Republican Senator Bill Cassidy's effort at a repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
Fox News is fighting a lawsuit that alleges serious violations by one of its journalists.
Lord was fired from CNN earlier this summer for using a Nazi slogan to taunt a liberal critic on Twitter.
Harvard has a funny way of instilling the ideals of government service in its students.
Rush Limbaugh knows a hoax when he sees one.
Even by the hair-trigger standards of what’s considered offensive on social media, the tweet sent by activist Linda Sarsour on Monday evening was benign, a plea for her 231,000 followers to donate to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Trump returned to his divisive rhetoric at a campaign rally in Arizona.
Steve Bannon refuses to answer questions about whether he condemns violence perpetrated by white nationalists.
Since his Monday afternoon press conference, in which he explicitly condemned the white nationalist groups responsible for the violence in Charlottesville, Trump has behaved like a surly toddler.
Doesn’t the nation need reminders of how illusory our progress on race matters has been? Of how much work remains? If anything, we should demand more, not fewer, such reminders in our culture.
The disconnect between what most Americans read about the events in Charlottesville and what the far right told itself about the very same events suggests alternative facts remain as persuasive as ever.