The Trump campaign denied the data firm played a significant role in last year's election, but money and statements prove that's wrong.
A plaque now hangs in Burbank Studios to landmark the spot where the Republican admitted to sexual assault.
The former troll is the first speak out publicly about the Russian propaganda machine's targeting of the U.S. election.
"Mr. Moore, I have been teaching in this school for thirty years, and in all of that time you’re the most mixed-up person I’ve ever taught."
Twitter cited U.S. intelligence community information in its decision to shut down RT and Sputnik's ads immediately.
The former Hillary Clinton press secretary said he would have helped compile the Trump-Russia dossier if he knew about it.
The Arizona lawmaker said there was no place for a Republican like him in the GOP.
In a propaganda piece, Kim Jong Un's government said President Donald Trump was leading the U.S. to "peril."
The White House reportedly a 5th Circuit Court nominee to cool it on social media.
The former president first asked the State Department, run by his wife, to clear meetings with 15 Russians back in 2010.
The president's massive business empire was sued three days after he was inaugurated.
The free speech advocate said the president's finances make him vulnerable, as does "road kill" in his past.
The head of the royal family ordered the creation of an agency that will root out radical interpretations of Islam.
Harvey Weinstein’s younger brother and producing partner now faces a similar accusation of inappropriate behavior.
Voters say they have lost faith in the president's ability to lead following a disaster.
Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera, who is running for a Miami congressional seat, made her claim about aliens in a 2009 interview.