California congresswoman Maxine Waters warned Trump to "keep his mouth shut" about the wildfires ravaging the state, adding that the GOP feared a "strong, black woman" chairing the House Financial Services Committee.
The testy, testosterone-laden Twitter rant culminated Monday with PR flack Leibowitz challenging GOP candidate Frank Riggs to either an "Indian leg wrestle" or a "steel cage match."
Recently re-elected Iowa Republican Representative Steve King was caught on tape ridiculing Mexico and immigrants in audio he previously had denied existed.
An Arkansas man said polling place staffers forced him to change shirts on Election Day after he showed up in a Trump Campaign 2020 staff t-shirt.
Right-wing provocateur Ann Coulter took President Trump's call for more "armed guards" one step further, suggesting "armed citizens" could have prevented the Thousand Oaks shooting.
A Trump-supporting upstate New York mayor said he doesn't care if his Facebook post calling Democratic voters "retarded" gets him removed from office.
A North Carolina Republican House candidate who said “God is a racist and a white supremacist” earned more than 8,500 votes in his District 48 race against an African-American minister.
President's son ridicules Obama and urges the "Army of Trump" to vote.
A Georgia militia group and gun range said they're preparing to attack any Democrats who attempt to take their guns after Tuesday's midterm elections.
A barrage of anti-Semitic comments immediately dominated the "free speech" social media website, Gab, just minutes after it came back online with the help of a new domain name registrar.
They express increasing frustration and dissatisfaction with the Trump administration, which has often sought to paint non-whites as criminals and usurpers.
Longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone claims any information he had in 2016 about Wikileaks or Julian Assange he learned by closely reading mainstream news reports.
A black woman said she was canvassing for a Democratic candidate with her husband when they were accosted by an irate white woman screaming about "socialism" and claiming "you don't belong here."
At least two former University of Kentucky basketball stars issued an ultimatum demanding their Hall of Fame plaques be removed from Louisville's Freedom Hall after KKK and Nazi memorabilia was sold at a gun show.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson compared a “whiteface” costume worn by NBC News host Lester Holt to that of recently fired “Today” show host Megyn Kelly, deeming all people offended as “self-righteous.”
Comedians Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart warned Americans against giving President Donald Trump "too much credit" defining the country, saying racial and class divisions existed well before any 2016 Russian election meddling.
Matt Drudge took to Twitter Monday to ridicule an "Outnumbered" segment in which the hosts "laughed and joked" about the political impact of Cesar Sayoc's mail bombs and Robert Bowers's anti-Semitic Pittsburgh shooting.
The 29-year-old Democratic Socialist has repeatedly challenged the talking points of both President Donald Trump and established members of the Democratic Party.
Gab.com, a far-right social media alternative to Twitter, lashed out at "Big Tech" and called on President Donald Trump to stop Silicon Valley "collusion" against the company.
The husband of a Democratic New Mexico State House candidate was seen on video tearing down the sign of his wife's Republican opponent.
Several economic analysts and the U.S. Federal Reserve say the country is on the verge of a slowdown, with growth having "peaked" despite bold predictions from the Trump administration.
A U.S. Marine Corps aircrew is under investigation after a second flight pattern outline of a penis was drawn on scanners in the past two years.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested former Republican congressional candidate Jeremy Ryan, 30, Wednesday after allegedly attempting to buy a lethal does of a radioactive substance with intent to kill.
The FBI arrested the leader and two members of a Southern California white supremacist group, the Rise Above Movement, for inciting political riots.
Some of President Donald Trump's far-right conspiracy theorist supporters immediately ridiculed reports of bombs at homes of the Obamas, Clintons and George Soros as "false flag" operations by the Democratic Party.