In his new memoir, former Vice President Joe Biden says he knew he was capable of beating Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary, but he decided not to run for fear of a "stop at nothing" campaign by her backers.
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Democratic Virginia Governor-elect Ralph Northam's victory speech Tuesday night was interrupted by protesters chanting and holding signs calling for amnesty for illegal immigrants.
The FBI said it is still unable to unlock the Texas shooter's phone 48 hours after he shot up a church Sunday morning.
Jessica Tarlov and Lisa Boothe clashed on "Outnumbered" today while discussing the report that former FBI Director James Comey changed the language in his statement on ending the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Katie Pavlich reacted to Donna Brazile's claims about how she was treated while she was interim DNC chair, arguing that Democrats' identity politics have come back to bite them.
In the wake of the deadly church shooting in Texas, some Democrat lawmakers are renewing calls for stricter gun control legislation.
Semi-conductor company Broadcom Limited is moving its headquarters from Singapore back into the United States, President Trump announced from the White House.
"Breaking Bad" actor Bryan Cranston said he does in fact want President Trump to succeed after threatening to leave the country if Trump were elected.
Preet Bharara recommended watching President Trump's reaction to the first charges in the Russia collusion investigation for anything that could be used against the president.
Hillary Clinton claimed Wednesday that the Republican Party is “imploding.”
Much of the mainstream media was virtually silent on a recent report about the Uranium One scandal involving the Obama administration, the Clintons and Russian interests.
Lisa Boothe said on "Outnumbered" the mainstream media narrative about Russian disinformation during the presidential campaign has been upended.