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The former Fox News host's bad marriage with NBC News is officially over with a big payout.
The correspondent snaps back at the president: "I didn't seen an invasion."
The Hawaii congresswoman claims to represent the rising left but has ties to authoritarianism and Islamophobia abroad.
"I don't think people understand how many nerds' heads just exploded," a Twitter user joked.
Law enforcement launched an investigation into whether Trump was secretly working on Russia's behalf, reports the NYT.
The outcome of the union fight could help determine the future of Democratic Party politics.
The controversial internet celebrity draws angry comments after he implies that being gay is a choice -- or a joke.
“He feels like he’s being attacked,” the actor said. “But the truth is, he’s not.”
We asked couples to tell us what they consider a betrayal. Here's what they said.
Furloughed and unpaid government employees are struggling to buy necessities amid the weekslong government shutdown.
A bar and a beauty co-op cater to black customers in the predominantly white Dupont Circle neighborhood.
The Hawaii combat veteran says she will announce next week as she enters what's likely to be a crowded Democratic field.
The Iowa lawmaker's praise of white nationalism may finally have gone too far.
The Layton City Police Department summed up the movie-inspired challenge in two words: "Predictable result."
The shutdown is over a dispute about how much money Congress ― taxpayers, not Mexico ― will dole out for new barrier.
The governor's office said the Sheriff "has repeatedly failed and has demonstrated a pattern of poor leadership."