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Jason Le Miere
Sean Spicer: ‘Snarky’ Reporters ‘Want to Become YouTube Stars’ and Use Cameras for ‘Performance Art’
The press secretary also inaccurately claimed that the White House has not been holding fewer briefings.
How Trump’s Impeachment Odds Are Affected by Karen Handel’s Victory in Georgia Special Election
President Donald Trump celebrated the victory by Republican Karen Handel in Georgia.
Next British Monarch: Prince Philip’s Rocky Health Paves Way For Charles, William
Prince Philip was hospitalized Tuesday, leaving Prince Charles to accompany the queen to the State Opening of Parliament.
India vs. Pakistan Final: How to Watch Via Live Stream And TV For U.S. Viewers
Heated rivals India and Pakistan will meet with cricket's prestigious ICC Champions Trophy on the line.
Pope Francis vs. The Mafia: Why Real-Life Tony Sopranos May Have to Choose Between ‘The Family’ And The Church
The Vatican is stepping up its campaign against corruption, focusing its attention on the mafia.
Will Trump Win in 2020? Democrats Have Plenty of Contenders But Most Have One Big Problem
The Democrats still have much work to do ahead of the start of campaigning for the 2020 election.
Trump’s Approval Rating Finally Reached 50 Percent, But That’s Not the Full Story
President Donald Trump has celebrated some rare good news: his approval rating reaching 50 percent.
Bill Cosby Case Ends in Mistrial: What Happens Next to the Comedian Accused of Sexual Assault?
The trial of Bill Cosby was declared a mistrial Saturday after the jury was left at an impasse.
What Michelle Carter’s Guilty Verdict for Telling Boyfriend to Kill Himself Means for Free Speech and Assisted Suicide
Legal experts have expressed concern about the future implications of Friday's involuntary manslaughter guilty verdict for Michelle Carter.
Who Is Michelle Carter? Verdict Reached in Texting Suicide Trial Involving Death of Conrad Roy III
Michelle Carter was accused of involuntary manslaughter for sending text messages urging her boyfriend to kill himself.
Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia Receive Parenting Awards From Putin, Sparking Hope on Ban Appeal
Two Jehovah's Witnesses were recently given a prestigious parenting award, despite the group being regarded as "extremist."
After Alexandria Shooting, Tucker Carlson Says ‘Hard Left’ Uses Political Violence to Destroy Country They ‘Despise’
Rhetoric has remained intense on cable news despite pleas for calm following Wednesday's shooting at a congressional baseball practice.
Gay Pride Rainbow Flag Having a Big Month, but It’s Not All Good News
The past week has shown the enduring power of the LGBT pride flag.
James T. Hodgkinson, Congressional Baseball Shooting Suspect, Was a Bernie Sanders Volunteer Who Petitioned to Impeach Trump
The man identified as the shooter at a congressional baseball practice slammed Republicans and praised Bernie Sanders on social media.
Who Is Steve Scalise? Republican House Whip Shot at Alexandria Baseball Game
Rep. Steve Scalise has represented Louisiana in the House of Representatives since 2008.
For Trump’s Birthday, Protesters Got Him a Plane Ticket to Russia
Even on his birthday, President Donald Trump won't be able to escape protesters or ties to Russia.
Poll: Trump Should Be Impeached for Obstruction of Justice, More Americans Than Not Now Say
A plurality of voters believe Trump was guilty of obstructing justice in his interactions with James Comey, a poll has found.
Watch ‘Morning Joe’ Parody Trump’s ‘Sick, Shameful, Un-American’ Cabinet Meeting
The parodies were flooding in after Donald Trump's Cabinet's show of love.
Trump's Pulse Nightclub Tribute Ignores the LGBTQ Community
President Donald Trump was criticized last year for his initial reaction to the massacre at Orlando's Pulse nightclub.
Russians Spying on U.S. Military Personnel Are Posing as Attractive Women on Facebook
Russia has come up with a digital-age update to traditional spying methods.
Who Is Alexei Navalny? Putin’s Chief Critic Arrested Ahead of Massive Protests Across Russia
Chief Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Navalny was arrested Monday for the second time in three months.
Trump Impeachment Calls Surge as President Faces ‘Most Serious Scandal’ in U.S. History
Two leading Trump resistance groups have called for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump to begin.
Bernie Sanders Could Have Won, U.K. Election Suggests, on Strength of Youth Turnout
Like Bernie Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn has fought off critics who said he couldn't attract widespread appeal.
Who Will Be Next British Prime Minister? Theresa May's Position May Be Untenable If Exit Polls Hold
The exit poll in the United Kingdom election has delivered a shock and Prime Minister Theresa May could be in trouble.
Trump Impeachment Odds Grow After Comey Testimony Amid Rush of Bets on President’s Exit
Oddsmakers suggest it is increasingly likely Trump will fail to see out his four-year term.