Rep. Steve Cohen will introduce articles of impeachment following President Donald Trump's Charlottesville remarks.
For the past three years, the highest-paid actresses have been in their 20s.
Thirty-one members of two feuding New York gangs are indicted after allegedly promoting their “enterprise on social media websites.”
CBS poll shows sharp partisan divide over Trump’s reaction to the violent alt-right rally.
Trump is going to leave the White House before 2018, said Tony Schwartz, who helped write "The Art of the Deal."
Every other recent president swiftly decried the alt-right in the wake of Charlottesville.
President Donald Trump has again criticized the removal of Confederate monuments across the country.
Mayors and U.S. officials are weighing how to respond to upcoming hard-right rallies.
Instead of making friends in the Senate, Trump has done exactly the opposite.
The Sun's mysterious atmosphere and Einstein's most important theory are among the subjects for experimentation.
Trump’s chief strategist claims his government rivals are “wetting themselves” over his influence and tough China trade policies.
Cook addressed the aftermath of the deadly far right “Unite the Right” rally, condemning “hate and bigotry in our country.”
It proved hard to nail notorious Soviet spies like Fuchs, Hiss, McLean and the Rosenbergs, too.
A prominent Mormon and white nationalist blogger was due to speak in Charlottesville.
As a nation, we have coddled people who still identify with the Confederacy. This is a moral failure.
A majority of Americans believe he is not honest, not level-headed, and not a good leader.
The unification of North with South is not going to happen anyway, due to economic costs and political constraints.
Michael Dorf writes, Suppose the U.S. had lost World War II and that the Nazis erected giant memorials and renamed cities.
A major who asked, “How can I know an order to launch nuclear missiles came from a sane president?” was fired.
The man had allegedly stolen a SUV and led police on a wild chase before scaling the crane, where he danced and removed his clothes.
The secretary of defense told them they weren't sitting on the sidelines.
Christopher Cantwell said he was terrified of the police.
Should the state prosecute such speech as a criminal offense? Or should injured parties sue for damages, as in an individual libel case?
Stacey Abrams said Confederate memorials should be in museums, not on display.
The president has had a long-running feud with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
"Profexer" claims he didn't intend for his work to be used by hackers who supplied WikiLeaks with information.
After Trump's Charlottesville remarks, one Democrat is calling to remove him from office using the 25th Amendment.
“Frankly, there is no ‘alt-right’ or ‘alt-left.’ All I’m embracing is common sense,” Trump said in 2016.
The attorney general had previously said the incident “does meet the definition of domestic terrorism.”
The Illinois Senate asked police to treat Nazi groups as they would other terrorist organisations following the violence in Charlottesville.