Amid growing pressure to address the extensive list of sexual assault allegations against the president as lawmakers, entertainers, and other industry leaders are being held accountable, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders insisted on Friday that the allegations against President Trump are totally…
State Supreme Court judge and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill O’Neill on Friday offered up a bizarre message to the voters of Ohio, claiming he’s had sex with 50 “very attractive females” in his life in a bizarre effort to combat the “dogs of war” calling for Senator Al Franken to step down amid allegations of…
Police in St. Louis, MO, will soon be required to read and acknowledge monthly reports reiterating that journalists aren’t their enemies and should be allowed to do their goddamned jobs without being arrested after a number of high-profile run-ins with working journalists.
The Republican Party is a dense core of gilded oligarchs, unrepentant racists, and people who genuinely want to fuck an AR-15. The Democrats, meanwhile, seem to be endlessly mired in re-litigating their catastrophic defeats, haplessly wagging their fingers at one another, insisting that theirs are the good billionaire…
A portion of the controversial Keystone Pipeline was temporarily shut down after crews discovered a massive leak in South Dakota’s Marshall County early Thursday morning.
Officials with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction abruptly called off—and subsequently rescheduled—the execution of Alva Campbell on Wednesday after earlier arranging special accommodations that would allow the ailing inmate to breathe while they executed him by lethal injection.
In a story published on Thursday morning, Los Angeles news anchor Leeann Tweeden accused Minnesota Democratic Senator Al Franken of sexual misconduct while on an overseas trip more than a decade ago.
In an about-face, the Trump administration announced that participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program whose paperwork was submitted by mail before—but not received by—the October 5 renewal deadline may reapply.
Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Trenton Garmon, attorney for accused pedophile and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. On Wednesday, Garmon, who looks conspicuously like a cross between the villain in Who Framed Roger Rabbit and the villain in Raiders of the Lost Ark, appeared on MSNBC to address the wave of sexual…
President Donald Trump returned from his extended tour of Asia on Tuesday with some straightforward words of comfort for the small community of Sutherland Springs, TX:
File this under America’s truly fucked-up capital punishment system: corrections officials in Ohio plan to provide 69-year-old Alva Campbell with a special pillow to use during his execution on Wednesday to ensure he can breathe just long enough to kill him.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions was on Capitol Hill Tuesday, spending his day being alternately fluffed and grilled by the House Judiciary Committee’s Republican and Democratic members, respectively.
A candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives was arrested in Albuquerque, NM and charged with felony stalking after the candidate allegedly sent a series of harassing and threatening texts to a Santa Fe woman in late October.
The FBI published their annual study on hate crimes across the United States on Monday, confirming what anyone with eyes connected to their brain already probably knows—crimes based on race, sexual or gender identity, and religion are on the rise across the United States.
Typically, municipal elections in mid-sized American cities don’t make the national news. But when Andrea Jenkins won her race for a seat on the Minneapolis City Council on November 7, she became the first openly transgender woman of color ever elected to public office in the United States.
Less than one week after being accused of preying on teenage girls as young as 14 in a bombshell report by The Washington Post, U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore threatened to sue the paper and suggested he’s investigating his accusers.
When the Trump administration announced in September that current participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program had one month to renew their status before the program was shut down altogether, thousands of DACA recipients scrambled to mail their paperwork in before the October 5 deadline.
Family and members of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe are questioning why a sheriff’s deputy shot and killed a 14-year-old Native American boy in northern Wisconsin on Wednesday morning.