President Donald Trump tried to meet The New York Times publisher A. G. Sulzberger privately but instead had to agree to an on-the-record interview.
Ben Irving, one of the lead producers on "Anthem" goes behind the scenes of the game's development cycle, explains what Bioware is trying to do differently and why there's no open beta.
Their daughter, Joann Kelly, also spoke out against her father on the show.
"It took a while, but we really wanted to make sure the game met everyone's expectations. I hope, more than I've hoped for anything else in my 20 years of making games, that you all enjoy it."
"President Trump will discuss the government shutdown, his New Year's resolutions and what he hopes to accomplish in 2019," Fox News announced Monday.
Retired U.S. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal railed against President Donald Trump, saying he believes the man is "immoral," self-serving and not representative of American values.
Robert Rodriguez loves to innovate when making movies, and VR offered him a new way to tell unique stories.
"When Donald and I came together I really felt that—I do believe there was divinity in it," Maples said.
"I watched the whole interview. It wasn't journalism—that was an infomercial," CNN host S.E. Cupp said.
"I see [impeachment] as a distinct possibility," Fox News commentator Geraldo Rivera said Friday morning.
"I will not be the villain of his story," Michael Cohen told George Stephanopoulos on ABC's "Good Morning America."
"Are you gonna call me a liar?" Counselor to President Donald Trump Kellyanne Conway said to CNN's Chris Cuomo.
During the Thursday interview, the host and anchor raised the latest Fox News polls which showed the president's approval rating at 46 percent.
Newly formed conservative news media network BlazeTV promptly fired Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes just days after Glenn Beck and Mark Levin merged their brands.
"Hearthstone" game developer Peter Whalen came to our offices to help us better understand the craziest cards in 'Rastakhan's Rumble'.
"You have to always be careful when you answer questions with people that probably have bad intentions," the president said.
The Nov. 14 episode will heavily feature Trinity and Jon's story.
The 1993 killing of Freddie Woodruff, the CIA branch chief in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, left unanswered questions. Texas lawyer Michael Pullara talks to Newsweek about his work to uncover the truth about Woodruff's death.
The president said John James is "doing so well" he plans to head to Michigan to support the Republican hopeful in person.
"Barry Allen likes 'Dragon Ball Z,' hell yeah! It's totally surreal."