Critics slammed the GOP lawmaker for using a "derogatory slur against trans people" during a speech at the Western Conservative Summit.
RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan recently predicted that the Russian leader will give NATO an "ultimatum" over its support for Ukraine.
Michael Cohen said he believes federal investigators will find "a lot of information" by probing the "unholy" relationship.
Cheney, a Republican who previously represented Wyoming in Congress, warned the GOP's "dishonor will remain" over their support for the former president.
Nick Tilsen, who leads a nonprofit at the center of Target's latest controversy, told Newsweek attacks on DEI programs are "detrimental" to Native Americans.
Park Hotels & Resorts listed "street conditions" and a slower-than-expected COVID-19 recovery as to why they're pulling investments from hotels in the city.
Apple CEO Tim Cook described the augmented-reality headset as a "great value."
The embattled beer brand has a matter of months to prevent long-term losses, warned Anson Frericks.
Noem's wrath toward Target stems from a charitable donation to a group pushing for the return of the national landmark to the Lakota community.
Cruz defends his opposition to the Ugandan law that allows the death penalty against some gay people.
The GOP lawmaker said her absence was a "no show protest," but new video appeared to show her run up toward the Capitol during the vote.
Target's PAC donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to elect Republicans in last year's midterm elections.
Vivek Ramaswamy said he doesn't view the Russia-Ukraine war as a "top foreign policy priority" for the United States.
Trump's legal team was unable to produce a classified document about the U.S. military allegedly in the former president's possession.
Trump's legal scandals add to his "street cred," the former president's niece said.
Americans need to "know the truth" about aliens, Christopher Mellon wrote on Saturday.
DeSantis faces an uphill battle against the former president, recent polls suggest.
Secretary Lloyd Austin also issued a warning to Beijing against "risky" military acts during his speech at the Shangri-La Dialogue.
Several members of Congress introduced amendments to block the construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline from Virginia to North Carolina.
An East Carolina University poll of 957 registered voters showed how Senator Joe Manchin is faring against West Virginia Governor Jim Justice.
Trump vowed to end "automatic citizenship" for the children of undocumented immigrants "on day one" if elected in 2024.
Graham, a South Carolina Republican, is sounding the alarm about defense spending in the bipartisan deal to raise the debt ceiling.
The Texas Republican slammed Uganda's law allowing the death penalty for some gay people as "horrific and wrong."
The Florida governor described the plan to raise the debt ceiling as "inadequate" on Monday.
Only two Republicans on the House Rules Committee can vote against the debt ceiling bill without Democratic support.
The Texas senator is the latest GOP lawmaker to speak out against the deal reached between President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.