Republican candidates just can’t help themselves from making shockingly racist comments on the campaign trail.
On a day to honor the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, French President Emmanuel Macron delivered a message that isolationist Donald Trump needed to hear: The type of dangerous nationalism that people like Trump embrace leads to “chaos and death.”
In one of the most closely watched midterm races in the country, Democrat Harley Rouda has defeated 15-term congressman Dana Rohrabacher in a traditionally Republican stronghold in California’s Orange County.
Florida is headed for a recount in the races for governor, Senate, and agricultural commissioner, prompting Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum to withdraw his concession to Republican candidate Rep. Ron DeSantis.
An award meant to be the nation’s “highest civilian honor” will be given to Miriam Adelson, the wife of Las Vegas casino mogul and GOP megadonor Sheldon Adelson, the White House announced on Saturday.
Update, Sunday, 1 p.m. ET: Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said on Saturday that the death toll from the Northern California wildfire at Paradise has increased to 23, the Associated Press reported. Additionally, 110 people are still missing.
You’ve got to hand it to French President Emmanuel Macron—he’s tried to assuage Donald Trump’s hostility toward Europe, whether on security or trade, with a chummy approach aimed at stroking Trump’s narcissistic ego.
Gun-toting militia members riled up by Donald Trump’s fake border crisis targeting the Central American migrant caravan plan to carry out their own trek to the southwestern U.S. border. But they aren’t being received with open arms by local landowners, members of the Border Patrol, or even the U.S. military.
The Republican candidate in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District, former Southern Baptist minister Mark Harris, thinks that Jews and Muslims need to accept Jesus Christ for peace to happen between Israelis and Palestinians, and that Islam is part of a “satanic trinity.”
Remember all those who said Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp should step down from his current office while running for governor? Well, this is one really good reason why he should have done so.
Perhaps because they are running scared, the Trump family—and Republicans in general—are going all-in on a campaign of overt racism and white supremacist dog whistles to rally MAGA voters across the country as Tuesday’s midterm elections approach.
The same Idaho-based white supremacist group that recently targeted Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum with extremely racist robocalls is now targeting Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and Oprah Winfrey, who has been canvassing for Abrams.
Donald Trump’s administration was on the losing end of a request for troops being sent to the border to perform law enforcement activities, a violation of the U.S. Posse Comitatus Law, CNN reported.
Part of Halloween’s allure is that once a year, everyone gets to live out their hidden fantasies, act silly, and get free candy. But for a group of elementary school teachers in Idaho, those fantasies apparently include mocking Mexicans and dressing up as Donald Trump’s nonexistent border wall.
Dressing up in a genuine Nazi uniform for Halloween—or any other occasion, for that matter—is always a bad idea. But making your 5-year-old son wear one too is an even worse idea.
As if the world needed any more discouraging news, Brazilians have elected a pro-military fascist, Jair Bolsonaro, as their next president.
Fox Business has pulled from rotation an episode of Lou Dobbs’ show in which guest Chris Farrell, of the right-wing group Judicial Watch, said the migrant caravan from Central America is a plot hatched by George Soros and the State Department.
Donald Trump is now being forced to face the consequences of a mess he created by spewing more than two years of hate speech and violent rhetoric. That’s what happens when a wannabe-despot radicalizes his base, two of which committed horrendous acts of domestic terrorism this week.