Trump is on the rise. Trump also remains in the basement.
"It just seems like an overstatement," Carlson said about oppression of black Americans. "You could never understand. You don’t live it," Freddie Mitchell responded.
Tanking. Tons of three-pointers. Up-tempo play. The hallmarks of modern NBA play were staples for 2K players.
Over the past few months, the number of Americans who say racism is the country's biggest issue has tripled.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans are concerned about climate change and most think our storms are getting worse because of it, a new poll found.
The Trump-Russia special counsel isn't enough, according to a former FBI agent—he thinks there should also be one for Clinton's emails.
"If that worn-out baseball glove tightly gripping a turd can be president, then, amigos, anyone can," said Vicente Fox.
The death toll has reportedly risen to 20 as Florida braces for Hurricane Irma.
Most Americans don't have positive feelings about Donald Trump, a new poll shows. But even fewer people like Hillary Clinton.
“You cannot stop the change, the progress, the future of that great nation,” Vicente Fox wrote of Trump.
President Trump got a small bit of good news in the polls, but he’s more than a dozen percentage points behind where Obama was in 2009.
Trump, long accused of racism, hasn't made a lot of folks think he cares about black people's problems and needs.
"One minute I'm a fucking white supremacist terrorist and the next minute I'm a fucking crybaby?" Christopher Cantwell asked. "I'm a goddamn human being."