No one is irreplaceable and even "good guys" are not always worth defending.
Media influencers are up for grabs to high bidders and they're rarely called on it.
Time Warner and AT&T are fighting for their lives against Amazon, Apple, and Netflix.
Among the 407 nominees Trump sent to the Senate for confirmation, 327 were men and 80 were women.
Many of the workers later testified that they would often work 12- to 16-hour shifts without gloves, hard hats or masks.
On duty Border Patrol agents are half as likely to die in traffic accidents as Americans are.
They ignore evidence while twisting words and numbers to mean whatever their masters wish to hear.
New proposals would impose dangerous and unwarranted restrictions on FBI investigations.
Trump is seen by some as having early dementia, and possibly bipolar disorder.
Under New York City zoning code, developers are given permission to add more floors or density than the current zoning allows as long as they include space that can be utilized by the public.
Google appears to have politicized its platform in order to forestall political punishment.
When the Soviet Union collapsed, America's cultural war against communism turned inward.
Victor Davis Hanson writes that the collective ethos of the World War II generation is fading.
And which Founding Father wanted the turkey, not the eagle, to be America's national bird?
We look at old content in light of our new, more enlightened attitudes about sexual harassment.
Torshin asked to meet a Trump campaign official at the NRA convention in Louisville, Kentucky in 2016.
When it comes to picking between a paedophile and a Democrat, many Republicans pick the paedophile.
There's no indication anyone raised the legality of collaborating with the Russian government.
In Alabama, 100,000 people who owe money have been struck from voting rolls.
There's a backlash against powerful men who believe they can do whatever they want, to whomever they choose.
Conservative politicians cry 'Fake news!' whenever there are true stories unfavorable to them.
It was a horrifying moment as the President expressed the thoughts and desires of an autocrat.
Thirteen things senators need to know if Moore wins the Alabama election.
Will the Senate Judiciary Committee subpoena him to get full disclosure?