Governors have been waiting for the federal government to provide them with equipment, personnel and financial aid amid the nation's coronavirus outbreak.
During a Thursday broadcast of 'The 11th Hour,' Williams and guest Mara Gay cited a factually inaccurate tweet that criticized Bloomberg for not sharing his wealth with every living American.
The conservative commentator criticized the former NFL quarterback at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday.
"If John Bolton says it," Collins said, "It must be true. Even though the president said it didn't happen."
The New York Times' editorial board endorsed both Senators Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren for Democratic presidential nominee.
"Stop. Grow up. Show some decency," Chesley B. Sullenberger III wrote.
Editorial boards at USA Today and The Philadelphia Inquirer joined three other major news outlets in calling for impeachment.
"It is a constitutional paradox: The very behaviors that necessitate impeachment supply the means for the demagogue to escape it," former White House Counsel Bob Bauer warned in an op-ed Tuesday.
In a recent appearance on PBS NewsHour, Brooks, a longtime columnist for the newspaper, implied there is a "big philosophical difference" between what Democrats and Trump himself see from the hearings.
George Conway has shared polls that show more Americans want Trump impeached and removed from office than who wanted Richard Nixon removed from office before his 1974 resignation.
Expect to see new items for sale in your favorite musicians' online stores when the rule governing album sales and chart rankings goes into effect on January 3.
Slade Gorton said members of his party are betraying the country and the Constitution by refusing to accept that Trump should be impeached for shaking down Ukraine.
The Times brought back the rankings for illustrated content on October 2, more than two years after pulling it from publication in February 2017.
The New York Times "have reported stuff like this before that felt like a bombshell, and then turned out not to be true," Melissa Francis said.
As of Thursday evening, the hashtag #CancelNYT rose to the third most-trending topic on Twitter in the U.S.
The New York Times said it was forced to turn to Ireland to help one of its reporters escape imminent arrest in Egypt, because the Trump administration failed to act.
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld made the claim during a discussion about the New York Times' credibility after the newspaper's latest story on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said sexual assault allegations against U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh seeks to "undermine" the country's highest judicial body.
The disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein believed in transhumanism and wanted to freeze body parts so they could be resurrected in the future.
The actor, who plays special counsel Robert Mueller in "Saturday Night Live" sketches, called on the prosecutor to speak publicly to Congress about his report.
As of Saturday, Sen. Chris Murphy said his letter to Republican leadership about Giuliani still stands.
The Internet was completely outraged after a New York Times article bashed the beloved springtime cocktail as "not good."
The Fox & Friends co-hosts were appalled by the "disturbing" leaks of President Donald Trump's tax documents to The New York Times Tuesday, but hailed him as a "bold businessman" for reportedly losing more than $1 billion between 1985 and 1994.
"To lose over $1 billion over 10 years, Trump lost $11,416 per hour," Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski said.
President Donald Trump reportedly used hype about a potential takeover to lift the price of stocks he recently purchased until investors figured out what he was up to.
"The Jewish right doesn't want to be criticized," said António Moreira Antunes.
A cartoon in the international edition of the newspaper depicted President Donald Trump leading a dog with the head of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
"I think it's sort of, you know, sowing confusion, and you know, trying to undermine what might come out as soon as next week, the redacted version of the Mueller report," New York Times correspondent Katie Rogers said.
December figures compiled by E-Poll Market Research showed that Trump scored high for seeming "insincere," "confident" and "creepy," despite low figures for physical attributes and being "impartial."