Calling the Iranian commander's killing an outrageous "act of war," in supposed contrast to the previous state of affairs, denies reality—and plays right into Iran's hands.
Director Ava DuVernay's adaptation of the events into a limited-run series for Netflix is credited with catalyzing the most recent examination of Fairstein's record.
Former CIA chief Leon Panetta told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Friday that Qassem Soleimani never showed up on a direct target list because the threat from Iran was not from "one particular individual."
Fox hosts Geraldo Rivera and Brian Kilmeade debated whether Trump's Iran drone strike was necessary on Friday morning.
The suspension stems from an allegation that German slapped his girlfriend, who is the mother of his two children, at a September charity event.
Two days after the Democrat-led House approved two articles of impeachment against Trump, Pelosi invited the president to deliver his annual SOTU address on February 4.
What can you do when you get a gift that isn't what you expected?
A new French board game illustrates modern wealth inequality by forcing players to fight each other as they struggle to be accepted by the rich.
Nine mathematicians inadvertently created Bourbaki while writing a textbook in post-war Paris.
We may think tattooing is a modern phenomenon, but the reasons for its popularity are not dissimilar to those seen in the prisons and convict ships of the Victorian era.
Dubbed snowflakevictory.com, the site touches on everything from the economy and immigration to health care and impeachment.
"Since 2010, mile upon mile of rainforest has been replaced with a wide range of commercial developments, including cattle ranching, logging and the palm oil industry."
"We know from the mountain of evidence from the House that the president abused the powers of his office, right?"
The Buttigieg campaign says the two Democrats' recent interactions are better characterized as "disagreements between two competitors" rather than a feud.
Reactions rippled across the Internet after stories broke about a whistleblower complaint filed alleged a non-profit supporting organization used member tithes to amass more than $100 billion in a set of investment funds.
A drug looking to relieve symptoms of the autoimmune disease lupus by blocking receptors for the immune protein has just completed its third clinical trial.
Offensive and racist posts from Camila Cabello's Tumblr that she shared in 2012 have resurfaced on Twitter.
Sen. Sherrod Brown said his own biases against President Trump would be "immaterial" in the widely expected Senate trial.
The Hallmark Channel sparked outrage on social media after it dropped ads promoting wedding planning website Zola that featured same-sex couples.
Russia warned against "attempts being made in this region of the world to repeat the scenario of the infamous "color revolutions" in a thinly-veiled criticism of U.S. intervention.
A week of social media chaos has shown how vulnerable British voters are to disinformation, whether it is being directed from abroad or closer to home.
The president said FBI Director Christopher Wray would "never be able to fix" the agency following his response to the Inspector General's report released yesterday.
The rest of the season has a unique schedule.
In a tweet published Monday night, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii announced that she would rather meet with people in New Hampshire and South Carolina.
Despite criticism, ICE maintained that undercover investigations such as the fake university help protect the immigration system's integrity.
New documentary "When Lambs Become Lions" follows elephant poachers and the rangers trying to stop them.