The Kremlin may have ordered a hit on an ex-Russian spy in the U.K. But some point to a scarier prospect—that Moscow's death squads did it on their own.
On International Women's Day, a closer look at what the president has and hasn't done for women.
For Kremlin critics, the much-vaunted anti-corruption campaign is a sham aimed at boosting Vladimir Putin's image ahead of Russia's presidential election.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis sent his recommendation to the White House on Friday on whether trans service members should be allowed to serve. Mattis's predecessor argued he needed trans service members because of the Pentagon's desperate need for talent.
Hannity invited his audience into the parallel universe that constitutes Fox News prime time programming.
The NRA's Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch defended the organization amid widespread outrage after last week's school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
A Parkland history teacher gave an NRA spokesperson a pop quiz
The latest in a long, long list of American mass shootings, and school shootings in particular, has provoked an increasingly familiar reaction. Hugely emotive, of course, the survivors, and families of the dead have, by and large, questioned the U.S. addiction to guns. The political response, tweeked by the puppet strings of the gun lobbyists, has been to offer "thoughts and prayers," the mealy-mouthed response of those who intend to do absolutely nothing in response to yet another tragedy.
Is the media coverage of President Donald Trump's alleged extramarital affairs driven by Americans' prurient interests?
"As crazy as Trump may be, deep down he has trust in Mattis's judgment," says former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.
Students want white supremacist Dan Kleve expelled for safety reasons.