"I wasn't likely to vote for Cruz before, but certainly not now," one recipient of the mailer told Newsweek.
The new, giant predator introduced in 'The Predator' is a better character than villain.
"Today was exciting."
Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine continues to receive thousands of coat hangers at her office ahead of her potential swing vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's SCOTUS confirmation.
The former government contractor leaked information to the media about Russia's hacking attempts during the 2016 election.
Sorry Twitter users, it's just an old parody website.
"It is ridiculous for them to state that they did not know how to serve him," a spokesman for Kushner's lawyer said of the DNC court summons.
"This was one strange-looking fish."
A California man took the initiative to draft and collect signatures for a ballot measure banning the possession of semi-automatic weapons and rifles. In response, the city of Huntington Beach sued Daniel Horgan.
Fans protested the sitcom's Fox cancelation, and other networks are taking notice.
Hannity criticized for undisclosed relationship with Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen.
Tax Day is finally here once more.
Those who are unable to make the April 17 deadline this year can file for an extension by the end of the day.
The 25-minute recording was discovered by police after a search of the bomber's body.
A Massachusetts man allegedly sent threatening letters with white powder to several high-profile people.
The debate still rages about the real Satoshi Nakamoto.
"The H-1B visa is over," said Vikram Rangnekar, who founded MovNorth.com, a platform dedicated to helping highly skilled foreign workers make the move from the U.S. to Canada.
The Internet was so full of promise, it was given all the advantages.
Smart, qualified Republican lawyers who would make fine federal judges are being passed over in favor of ideologues.