In the political wars, few battlegrounds are as reliably raw and brutal as Twitter.
Neither the Houston Texans nor the San Francisco 49ers was very good last NFL season.
While Israel may have the Star of David on its flag, any designation of “Jewish country” was entirely unofficial until just last month.
Back in May, President Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal for reasons difficult to pinpoint other than that the pact was seen by many as a breakthrough by the Obama Administration.
Last Friday, President Trump couldn’t help but call out an interview with CNN host Don Lemon and NBA superstar LeBron James in which James said he would never sit face-to-face with the current Commander-in-Chief.
Donald Trump’s Russian connections have not gone unnoticed by America, but it’s not just the President in the hot seat.
“Fortnite: Battle Royale” is taking over the gaming world.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) nearly captured the Republican nomination in 2016’s presidential election, but his defeat by Donald Trump could have been a portent of things to come later this year.
The saga of President Donald Trump’s trade war continued this week with allies in the steel industry clapping back against calls from American companies for exemptions to stiff metal tariffs.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has never made much of an effort to hide her disdain for the media, but she—along with her boss, President Trump—have been particularly antagonistic of late.
With trade wars looming, scandals aplenty, and White House advisors and Cabinet members bolting right and left, it can be difficult for President Trump’s supporters to believe that the Commander-in-Chief has it all under control.
CNN has long been on the receiving end of President Trump’s most unhinged “fake news” rants, and CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta has become Public Enemy No. 1 to the loyal followers of POTUS.
Orange is the New Black has been, without question, a wildly successful Netflix show, scoring 19 Emmy nominations (and four Emmy awards), plus six Golden Globe nominations.
Many critics are already lining up to take a shot at the task force.
Invasive searches and arcane rules have fueled much criticism of the Transportation Security Administration in the past, but these days the headlines are dominated by a new program some say is downright Orwellian.
The U.S. clearly doesn’t have enough of a gun-violence problem, so why not introduce untraceable 3D-printed weapons?