“I need you to help me. I need your votes," President Biden told House Democrats on Thursday morning.
Geraldo publicly called out his colleague Tucker on Thursday—in the pages of The New York Times no less. “I’m probably going to get in trouble for this,” he confessed.
The incident allegedly unfolded when Yolanda came into Zayn and Gigi’s home while Gigi was away.
Parents are demanding answers after students at a Florida high school were suspended for confronting the racist video’s creators.
An Albany Criminal Court clerk said Cuomo had been charged with forcible touching, a Class A misdemeanor.
I used to get so annoyed with the cords around my desk. Not anymore.
Why do we care so much about Arizona senator Kyrsten Sinema’s clothes, including this week’s now-notorious denim vest? Well, without her words, they are all we have to go on.
He wants to claim a win ahead of his trip abroad and next week’s elections, but saying it and doing it are two very different things.
Christopher Warrell’s claims of medical mistreatment by officials in a D.C. jail “have often been refuted, or at best unsubstantiated” by records, the feds said.
Hannity asked the House minority leader to “pass on a little message” to Mitch McConnell: “Please stop caving and raising the debt ceiling?”
The company formerly known as Facebook has rebranded with a new name to reflect a focus on the metaverse, whatever that means.
How do you spot a witch? This notorious 15th-century book gave instructions—and helped execute thousands of women
Donald Trump came up with $60 million in cash to buy a Scottish golf resort years ago. A judge there now has to decide whether the government should try to investigate.
It’s an unworkable and possibly unconstitutional idea, but some members of the party seem determined to see it through.
Sen. Richard Burr had access to material nonpublic information about the looming economic impact of the coronavirus in February 2020, according to the SEC.
The three intruders reportedly threatened to kill Dorit Kemsley in her Encino Hills home before making off with jewelry and handbags.
It’s the moment of truth for Democrats on Joe Biden’s signature legislation. For it to pass, however, progressives have to swallow a bill that is vastly less than they wanted.