Guy Fawkes Night is celebrated today in the U.K., and its symbolism of overthrowing the government is taking on a new meaning for many people this year.
"I owe Anderson Cooper a beer, I owe him a mea culpa, and the same thing for other reporters who at the same time period asked me, 'Are you Anonymous?' and I said no," Miles Taylor said.
President Donald Trump referred to Miles Taylor, who referred to himself as "Anonymous" in his critical writings about the Trump administration, as a "sleazebag who's never worked in the White House."
"Who is Miles Taylor?" Trump tweeted Wednesday. "Said he was 'anonymous', but I don't know him—never even heard of him."
Former Homeland Security Chief of Staff Miles Taylor has revealed he is the previously unidentified author of a New York Times op-ed and book critical of the Trump administration.
Donald Trump's past comments about face masks and COVID-19 have come back to haunt him, with Anonymous posting a video that highlights the president's laid back attitude to the virus.
"We hope that this letter finds you in good health. We just wanted to touch base. Thank you for purchasing and proudly displaying the yard sign. Your support of our common cause is greatly needed and appreciated," the letter reads. "We Whites must stand together. We must keep Wauwatosa free from blacks and their lack of morels [sic].
In Texas, an anonymous letter warned residents of merciless shootings if those from Chinese and Indian descent didn't return to their country.
"While it makes for a good headline in these already dramatic times, it's not accurate. The reality is far more boring," tweeted Matthew Prince, CEO of internet security giant Cloudflare.
K-pop "stans" previously spearheaded viral takeover campaigns that disrupted Twitter hashtags including #MAGA and #WhiteLivesMatter in support of Black Lives Matter. They are not finished.
A family in Haddonfield, New Jersey received an anonymous note on Christmas Eve, informing them that their Christmas decorations were "lazy."
The unknown writer behind a famous 2018 op-ed also said other administration officials were "considering adding their voices before votes are cast in 2020."
The president has repeatedly maligned the Cold War-era alliance, even suggesting the pact is obsolete.
The claim is made in the exposé "A Warning," the book by an anonymous senior official in the Trump administration.
The anonymous author of a new book—"A Warning"—claimed the president keeps staffers in line by fostering an environment where they could lose their jobs at any moment.
Did Donald Trump lie to Robert Mueller? Impeachment investigators want to know.
The president publicly backed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the aftermath of the killing despite evidence of his involvement.
Former White House Press Secretary Anthony Scaramucci appeared on CNN to discuss the book "A Warning" and suggested Trump is senile.
Rick Wiles' new conspiracy theory claims former president Barack Obama is the voice hiding behind the Anonymous author of the book 'A Warning.'
The unnamed author of "A Warning," an exposé of President Donald Trump's White House, claims to be a senior administration official.
Speaking at a Trump rally in Kentucky, Sen. Rand Paul claimed to know the identity of the whistleblower and called on the media to unmask them.
The winner waited 132 days before claiming the largest jackpot payout to a single person in U.S. history.
A nursing assistant anonymously describes five months of shame allegedly conducted by co-workers and superiors at the Gardens for Memory Care in Easton, Pennsylvania.
President Donald Trump told reporters Friday that he wanted Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate the identity of the senior administration official behind the anonymous New York Times op-ed essay published this week as he considered legal action against the paper.
If some in the White House believe that working "behind the scenes is a consolation, I don't think it's good enough," Pelosi said.
A gaggle of senior White House officials are rushing to deny writing the anonymous New York Times op-ed that scathingly portrayed President Donald Trump.
"We will not sit idly by while you take advantage of the misinformed," the hacker group proclaimed.