A New York City woman is going viral for her response to an NBC reporter who questioned her t-shirt that read "Stand for the flag, kneel for the cross."
The artist behind a painting of President Trump surrounded by his Republican predecessors discussed the inspiration behind the piece Tuesday on "Fox & Friends."
Tucker Carlson said Monday that with Sen. Elizabeth Warren's release of a political ad highlighting her small percentage of Native American heritage showed that "Fauxcahontas is on the warpath."
Tucker Carlson said Monday that attorney Michael Avenatti -- whom he dubbed "the Creepy Porn Lawyer" -- may have to pay President Donald Trump's attorneys' fees after a lawsuit brought by client Stormy Daniels was tossed out by a federal judge.
Supporters of President Donald Trump began a "lock her up" chant when the president spoke about a viral moment during the Kavanaugh hearings involving California Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
President Trump responded to country star Taylor Swift ripping into Senate hopeful Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), whom the president has repeatedly praised.
Donald Trump returned to labeling his ideological opponents with various nicknames Saturday during a rally with Kansas gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach in Topeka.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin ripped her fellow Republican from the Last Frontier, Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Friday for announcing her intent to vote 'no' on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Maine Sen. Susan Collins gave an approximately 40-minute Senate floor speech in which she blasted the state of the Supreme Court nomination process, ripped the unidentified "leaker" of Christine Blasey Ford's identity and confirmed she will support Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Footage of a man who bears a striking resemblance to President Donald Trump is making the rounds on social media.
The lead reporter on the New York Times expose on alleged "dubious tax schemes" employed by President Donald Trump's father to "greatly increase" his son's fortune pushed back on White House claims the report is "fake news."
It seems that Democratic socialist and New York City congressional hopeful Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has a lot to learn about Congress.