The scene is almost too perfect.
Donald Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, had one job: Go on the Sunday morning TV news networks and attack the BuzzFeed story. Instead, he ended up acknowledging that maybe Trump did talk to Michael Cohen ahead of Cohen’s testimony to Congress about a Trump Tower Moscow deal. But hey, that’s normal!
Temperatures are plummeting, so stay warm inside with a nice hot cup of whatever, made with this $30 Cosori glass kettle. A built-in LED light indicates when your water has reached its boiling point, and it certainly won’t be an eye sore on your kitchen counter. This deal will only last one day, though, so drink up…
Temperatures in New York City and Washington D.C. were near freezing for the 2019 Women’s March, which is cloaked in controversy this year, but the third annual march still drew an impressive, though smaller, crowd on the East Coast and around the world.
Federal Trade Commission staff assessing whether social media giant Facebook violated a legally binding user privacy agreement with the agency are considering slapping the company with a “record-setting fine,” the Washington Post reported Friday, citing “three people familiar with the deliberations but not authorized…
“Maybe you can tweet about it, that will solve everything.”
KitchenAids are good for a lot more than mixing dough; you just need the right attachments. For just $75 on Amazon today (down from the typical $90+), you can get two essential accessories in one package: a shredder/slicer and a food grinder. The former can make quick work of splicing vegetables or grating cheese,…
In a speech at the White House Saturday afternoon, President Donald Trump offered Democrats relief for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and an extension of the Temporary Protected Status program in exchange for $5.7 billion for a “wall” on the southern border.
As he played a traditional drum and sang an intertribal song at the Indigenous Peoples March on Friday, Native American elder and Vietnam veteran Nathan Phillips was surrounded and harassed by disrespectful pro-Trump high school students.
At least 66 people are dead and over 70 more are injured following a massive gasoline pipeline explosion Friday night in the town of Tlahuelilpan, north of Mexico City in the state of Hidalgo, with authorities putting the blame on fuel thieves.
A Georgia state lawmaker who opposed a statue of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and wants to restore street names to the era before King was assassinated has been named chair of a state House committee just days ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Almost two years ago to the day, nearly five million people turned out for the inaugural Women’s March. Massive crowds gathered in Washington, DC and at local marches around the country in what would ultimately become the largest single-day demonstration in the history of the United States.
Across the world’s icy landscapes, climate change is spurring a major meltdown. That includes the western U.S. and Canada where not only is ice vanishing, but it’s doing so at a more rapid pace than it was just a decade ago, according to a new study released this week in Geophysical Research Letters.
The smirk on the face of this white kid with a red MAGA hat, as he taunts a Native American elder singing an intertribal song, is simply unbearable.
As quickly as it prompted a media and political firestorm after it was published on Thursday, BuzzFeed’s report accusing President Donald Trump of ordering Michael Cohen to give false testimony regarding a proposed Trump Tower in Moscow is now giving those in Trump’s circle new ammunition to accuse the media of…
Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1, but preparedness season is in full swing. Or at least, it would be if the federal government wasn’t shut down.
As if we needed more proof of just how much the criminal justice system in the United States does not value the lives of black people, a judge in Chicago gave us a glaring example. The former police officer who murdered 17-year-old Laquan McDonald will serve just 6 years and 9 months for his crime.
The following is an open letter from two employees of the federal government. Due to a fear of losing their jobs, they have chosen to remain anonymous.