"Like John Wilkes Booth, these seditious traitors think they are in the right" was just one thing The Gateway Pundit posted on Tuesday, along with the suggestion Democrats involved with impeachment hearings should be hanged.
A new poll revealed that while the president's numbers have largely stayed the same, more than half the Florida voters polled disapprove of his job performance.
CNN's chief political analyst Gloria Borger said this is "a lesson on how when you run for the presidency, you need to have a message and you need to stick to it."
Tucker Carlson of Fox News continued to root for Russia on his Monday night show, but this time he didn't try to pass it off as anything other than the truth.
Charlie Sykes appeared on MSNBC with Nicolle Wallace to discuss John Kennedy's continuing efforts to push a false narrative on TV for Russia.
Two press releases revealed a good Monday for Senator Sanders: He is officially on the primary ballot for Super Tuesday in March, and he will be endorsed by Iowa's largest progressive organization on Thursday.
"It's only by making it possible for past records to recede that individuals have a chance to start anew in freedom," said data privacy lawyer Christian Solmecke.
"I am in this fight with you, and I am fighting for you," said the first lady, despite being booed by the Baltimore crowd.
The Fox News host brought in Jonathan Steele to corroborate his theory about the attack on Douma.
A Lieutenant General in the Air Force lost a star after an investigation into his leadership practices revealed he had harassed a female subordinate.
The acting commissioner of the Customs and Border Protection agency violated federal ethics rules in his previous job at the FBI.
A contract between the West Virginia Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Global Tel Link has brought electronic tablets to 10 West Virginia prisons, but at a price.
University of Toronto researchers have suggested in a new study that mortality is on the rise for white Americans due to the misperception that they are losing status despite no evidence of that loss.
Stephen Moore said on a Monday segment of Fox News that if the middle class is disappearing, it's because they're getting richer, "which is a good thing."
On "Red Table Talk," the rapper and actor defended his previous comments about accompanying his daughter to her gynecology appointments for virginity checks, calling it "protection."
A Supreme Court decision in 2018 found that the DCYF was liable for injuries to children after they were placed in foster homes, which led to an increase in settlements in 2019 from previous years, said spokeswoman Debra Johnson.
Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib filed The Repeal Opportunity Zones Act of 2019 on Friday in an effort to address issues stemming from the Opportunity Zones program.
A young boy who spray-painted on a police station and metro station during the Hong Kong protests has been arrested and is the youngest person convicted in the protests so far.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, an abortion rights ally, vetoed a bill today that would have banned abortions after a Down syndrome diagnosis.
The House Energy and Commerce committee sent letters to six ticketing companies in an investigation of their ticketing policies and business practices.
Two women took four boxes of specialty medical supplies from a Saskatoon porch on Tuesday meant for a baby with a rare skin condition. On Thursday, they were arrested.
A South African family resorted to desperate measures when they brought a deceased family member's body to the insurance offices of Old Mutual who, up until that point, had delayed policy payment.
In a phone interview with Glenn Beck, the former mayor of New York revealed he fed Ukraine and Biden stories to reporter John Solomon, who was offered a job with Fox News in October.
After a Fox News segment on Laura Ingraham's show where a panelist accused Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman of "espionage," Vindman's lawyer fires off warning letter asking for a retraction.
Micah Tennant, the 10-year-old innocent bystander shot at the Pleasantville High School football game on Friday, died from his injuries on the same day both teams met at Lincoln Financial Field to finish the game.
Vindman "didn't really see how his rank concern came off to the rest of America," Ingraham said.
"I oppose the intervention of Bolivia's security forces in the democratic process and their repression of Indigenous protesters. When the military intervened and asked President Evo Morales to leave, in my view, that's called a coup," said Sanders.
A former employee of Picasso was convicted of stealing 271 pieces of work from the artist and hoarding them in his garage for 40 years.
One man carried out a successful Nigerian scam from prison and enjoyed more freedom than most prisoners. Anti-corruption officials have begun an investigation into who is responsible.
A man was charged with domestic violence after punching his brother in the face after their family said they wouldn't support his America's Got Talent dream.