Despite the losses in Alabama and Virginia, Donald Trump’s former chief strategist believes the movement he has come to represent will topple the Republican establishment.
The film adaptation of David Finkel's book is an unsentimental treatment of the difficulties veterans face when the fighting stops.
Only in a society lacking civic faith could so many people believe that a young man was murdered for forwarding what turned out to be embarrassing work emails.
We know of the time before crack. We are not yet in the time after.
“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man,” Hemingway once said. “True nobility is being superior to your former self.”
“During the ’60s and ’70s, art was beautifully done, but there was no violence.”
The Trump team is using errors by CNN and The New York Times to discount all journalism, save for stories that serve its interests.
With the travel ban and border wall stalled, Trump turns to cruelty to keep immigrants out.
Kelly showed herself to be a responsible and assiduous interrogator even if she had little to show for it in the end. Alex Jones, meanwhile, came off like a sweaty paranoiac.
In the final installment of his Putin interviews, Stone reveals he has more in common with the Russian president than we thought.
The site can’t pivot away from right-wing click-bait to sober, deeply reported news any more than Trump can pivot away from paranoid tweets.
Hulk Hogan, Peter Thiel and the sex tape that brought down the gossip site are part of a larger story about freedom of the press.
The head of Goldman Sachs just blasted off another tweet seemingly slamming the president.
Laci Green calls herself “the very pinnacle of a social justice warrior.”
Chaffetz would hardly be the first Republican to trade Capitol Hill for Fox News' studio in Midtown Manhattan.