Donald Trump Jr. called out NBC for tweeting that Oprah Winfrey is "OUR future president" during the Golden Globe Awards Sunday night.
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Sebastian Gorka, former deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, said a controversial new book about the first months of the Trump White House is full of "inaccuracies and lies."
The National Football League's television ratings were down this season, leading some to question whether anthem protests turned off some fans.
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci called on Steve Bannon to walk back his comments about the president's son committing a "treasonous" act by meeting in 2016 at Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer.
The father of a man killed by an illegal immigrant is "furious" about California's sanctuary state status and he's putting up a fight.
Former Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz believes that Mitt Romney will run for Senate in Utah and win.
Sen. Bernie Sanders' New Year's resolution is for a heightened resistance to the Trump administration's agenda.
Many pundits are predicting Democrats will have success in the 2018 midterm elections, but Newt Gingrich believes it could actually be a great year for Republicans.