The former CEO of AT&T Broadband penned an Iowa newspaper column arguing that corporations have been able to celebrate but President Donald Trump's economic policies are "destroying" rural America.
Historians may look back and say this past week marked a turning point in the Trump presidency—and not in the way you think.
The threats from the far right are real and undeniable, but there is far-left violence, too. Americans don't seem to recognize that.
The paper's editorial board penned a scathing piece demanding President Trump be impeached for both the Ukraine and Russia scandals.
Polling Data from NPR and PBS NewsHour says nearly two thirds of Americans won't be swayed by new information and will remain firm on their opinion concerning the Trump impeachment inquiry.
The Internet was completely outraged after a New York Times article bashed the beloved springtime cocktail as "not good."
Donald Trump Jr. penned an op-ed for The Hill Sunday evening complaining that "Big Tech" companies are "censoring" conservatives, claiming algorithms penalized the right-wing terms "SJW" and "Red Pill" among others.
Increasingly advanced technologies mean it is getting easier to track planes, even across great expanses of water.
Confidence in President Donald Trump was rated lowest among world leaders from China, France, Germany and Russia.
The Jewish year of 5778 has been a remarkable one - but even as Israelis profess overwhelming satisfaction with their lives, fewer and fewer believe peace with Palestinians is on the horizon.
Pew poll shows the issue hits both Democrats and Republicans.
There is a largely (though not entirely) nonviolent reign of ideological terror in America. In almost every area of life, people fear antagonizing the left.
For human drivers, vision is king. But what drivers see depends on how they move the car: Braking, accelerating and steering change the car's position and thereby the driver's view.
Despite the lack of media coverage, evidence of election fraud continues to mount.
When it comes to estimating military capability, the Western media is principally concerned with the weapons capabilities of weaker states.
Superman—the first, most famous American superhero—turns 80 this year.
Some states elect the replacement, others appoint them. Some do a combination of the two, with an interim Senator appointed until there's a special election.