Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that the mainstream media will call out aspects of President Trump's historic summit with Kim Jong Un no matter how successful it is.
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The jailed grandmother who was granted clemency by President Trump thanked him Sunday for being "a decisive president" and for giving her a second chance in life.
Nancy Colier said that comedian Bill Maher was trying to point out that the country's democracy is at stake when he said Friday that he's hoping for a recession in order to "get rid" of President Trump.
Gun permits were revoked from hundreds of Florida residents after the state's agricultural commissioner said that a "deceitful" employee was unable to log in to the background check system.
Former President Bill Clinton seemed to question the sexual harassment accusations against former Sen. Al Franken on Thursday.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) was highly critical of the amount of tax money spent on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
Liberal comedian Bill Maher on Friday said that he hopes the economy crashes in order to "get rid" of President Donald Trump.
The two conservative North Carolina sisters known as "Diamond & Silk" said Sunday that if NFL players want to kneel in protest during the national anthem, they should do so in the locker room or "in the unemployment line."
Former Vice President Joe Biden ripped President Donald Trump and his Republican Party in a speech endorsing New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D) for his third term in Albany.
The editor in chief of Campus Reform blasted Jimmy Kimmel Sunday over the talk show host's monologue following Friday's deadly shooting in Santa Fe, Texas.
A New York City school’s decision to hold a moment of silence for Palestinian victims of last week's violence at the Israel-Gaza border has enraged some parents.
Former President Barack Obama's education secretary said that parents should boycott their children's schools until the country's gun laws are changed.