"If that worn-out baseball glove tightly gripping a turd can be president, then, amigos, anyone can," said Vicente Fox.
President Donald Trump has continued to alienate members of his own party.
Rumors about sharks being swept into the hurricane and a false belief about how to protect properties are among those which have been circulated.
"This is a deadly storm and out state has never seen anything like it," warned Florida's governor.
Neil Buchanan writes that the ‘Chuck and Nancy’ debt ceiling decision has pitted Trump against his own party.
Virtually all the studies that find discrimination do so by inference, not by producing evidence.
Trump has urged Congress to take up the issue, tweeting that lawmakers should “get ready to do your job.”
Hicks is one of six past and current Trump administration aides whom Robert Mueller reportedly wants to question.
Irma will near Florida Keys and South Florida by early Sunday, having already caused at least 21 deaths.
On the 60th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, Trump's election commission promoting voter-fraud undermines the historical purpose.
In 2002, suspected terrorist Gul Rahmenwas found dead in his cell in one of the US’s ‘black detention’ sites.
Yale University and a former State Representative in Georgia are pointing the way to healing in America as the debate over Confederate monuments rages.
Osteen teaches that wealth is a sign of God’s favor. He’s found a willing advocate in Trump.
The storm has claimed 24 lives so far.
Frederic, which plowed across the Gulf Coast with winds of up to 130 miles per hour, was the worst storm to hit that area since the mighty Hurricane Camille ripped through a decade earlier.
A common response from deniers is to complain that scientists shouldn't politicize tragedies.
"This sort of communication has not been needed previously," Dan Mogulof, a spokesman for UC Berkeley, tells Newsweek.
Hats, donations and storm-proof hotels: The first family is making bank during hurricane season.
A spokesperson for the National Security Council says the U.S. government is coordinating closely with Mexican authorities, adding, "We will continue to monitor the situation and take all appropriate steps." But no specifics were provided on what those steps may be.
Processing centers, antennae systems and towers are capable of withstanding fierce wind gusts and potential flooding, but nothing is "100 percent hurricane-proof."
The destructive effects of the wind may just be starting.
There are a few Democrats leaving as well, among them Niki Tsongas of Massachusetts.
“The Equifax breach has potentially exposed sensitive personal information of nearly everyone with a credit report.”
"He’ll make a decision when that time comes. It’s a little ways away," Ashley Biden said.
The alliance between independent Senator Bernie Sanders and the Democrats remains an uneasy one.
Tens of thousands of people across southern Florida have been evacuated, with Irma expected to make landfall on Saturday.
Bannon's "60 Minutes" interview won't air until Sunday, but Christie's team had already shot back Friday at the Breitbart executive's comments.
For the third day in a row, external cameras on the International Space Station captured dramatic views of the storm whipping across the Atlantic.
The ex-Democratic presidential nominee's comments concerned children coming to the U.S. alone.
Donald Trump's bump in popularity may not last for long.