MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace claimed that the potential impeachment inquiry testimony of former national security adviser John Bolton could be "the difference between conviction and no conviction in the senate," during a panel discussion on Monday.
Dr. Jonathan Reiner, cardiologist to former Vice President Dick Cheney, appears to be unconvinced by the White House claim that President Donald Trump's Saturday hospital visit was "routine."
Former casino boss Steve Wynn has claimed that he is immune from punishment for alleged sexual harassment, because he is no longer in the gaming industry or legally tied to the company that bears his name.
Brazil's religious right, bolstered by conservative president Jair Bolsonaro, are pushing cuts to sex education amid skyrocketing rates of HIV and syphilis.
A federal jury in San Francisco ruled in favor of Planned Parenthood Friday, handing the group victory in its lawsuit against anti-abortion group Center for Medical Progress and it's president David Daleiden, who they say illegally recorded and then deceptively edited videos of doctors and staff.
George Conway and Donald Trump Jr. exploded in a Twitter fight Friday during the testimony of former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch at the Trump impeachment hearings.
The U.S. Department of Justice is suing a South Dakota neurosurgeon who they accuse of receiving kickbacks by performing allegedly unnecessary spinal surgeries, in which he implanted medical devices from companies he owned.
"Jeopardy!" champion James Holzhauer's rematch against rival Emma Boettcher appears to be a success so far, after besting his opponent by nearly $23,000 on the first of two games in the final round of 2019's Tournament of Champions.
A pair of gay male penguins have reportedly stolen the egg of a heterosexual penguin couple in order to become dads.
Axios journalist Jonathan Swan claimed on Fox News Wednesday that President Donald Trump and his team "feel great" after the first day of public impeachment hearings against the president.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter admits she "backslid" on a pledge to ignore Wednesday's Trump impeachment proceedings, after posting live reactions to the hearing on Twitter.
An episode of "The Simpsons" which featured a guest appearance by pop star Michael Jackson appears to have been removed from the show's archives available on Disney's freshly launched streaming service, Disney Plus.
President Donald Trump appears to have cleared time in his busy schedule to watch the first public impeachment hearing against him, prompting speculation that the president could share live reactions to the event.
Fox News host Juan Williams says that Republicans would treat Former President Barack Obama harshly if he faced the same impeachment inquiry as President Donald Trump, claiming they would "say hang him from the highest tree, this is treason."
Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner claimed Tuesday that President Donald Trump is worse off than an accused serial killer or rapist, in terms of the way he's being treated in the impeachment inquiry.
A baby has been offered "free admission for life" to a French nightclub, after being born in the early morning hours on club's dance floor.
A judge in Portland, Oregon denied a motion aimed at throwing out a lawsuit launched against Joey Gibson and members of his alt-right activist group Patriot Prayer. The lawsuit alleges that Gibson and his group are responsible for a riot that took place outside a bar in the city May 1st.
Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen has claimed "anti-Catholic bigotry" is afoot, after a recent photo of Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Samuel Alito posing with a hate group leader sparked calls for the pair to recuse themselves in upcoming LGBT court cases.
The secret identity of a New York City hypotherapist and college professor has been revealed, after alt-right infighting resulted in the man being "doxxed" and outed as white nationalist Richard Spencer's podcast co-host.
On the three-year annivesary of the election of President Donald Trump, averages of approval polls have consistently shown a majority of Americans disapprove of the job he is doing.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that he is running for his old senate seat Thursday, praising President Donald Trump despite a contentious former relationship. Negative ads had already arrived before the announcement, including one branding Sessions a "traitor."
A study released Thursday by the Secret Service's National Threat Assessment Center concludes that school shooters often displayed warning signs before carrying out their deadly attacks.
After posing for a picture with the leader of an anti-gay group, Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Samuel Alito have been sent a letter by the president of a judicial activist group, demanding the pair recuse themselves from upcoming court cases centered on LGBT rights.
"Living funerals" have apparently become an increasingly popular way to get a "fresh start" on life for many South Koreans.
Defense lawyers for former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein are attempting to get an expert on "false memory" to testify at Weinstein's upcoming trial, but prosecutors are opposing the move.
New York City passed a ballot measure Tuesday that will install ranked-choice voting in the city's elections starting in 2021. It is one of a growing number of places around the world to adopt the voting method.
A Washington state man has appealed a court ruling that prohibited a racist covenant attached to his house deed to be removed from public records.
An animal shelter in Dallas, Texas says two black cats have been adopted in the wake of the Dallas Cowboys road win against the New York Giants Monday night. The game was notably paused when a black cat ran onto the field, with some fans suggesting the animal brought their team good luck.
A mother in Gilroy, California has been arrested for suspected murder after allegedly calling 911 to report that she had drowned her 2-year-old-daughter.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has prompted responses of outrage after stating in a speech that the "pluses and minuses" of climate change will result in some "benefits" for Ireland.