"I have the support of the police, the support of the military, the support of Bikers for Trump," the president warns.
The VP of the United States invited Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar to bring his partner, Dr. Matt Barrett.
The "Late Show" host shows why the senator's act of rebellion against the president "has to feel pretty good."
The California racetrack banned same-day medications for horses a week after it suspended races indefinitely.
New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush said there were multiple fatalities. One person is reported in custody.
The newly announced 2020 presidential candidate sat down Thursday with Gayle King of "CBS This Morning."
“I’m like if your friend's hot dad had the energy of a golden retriever," says Fallon's O'Rourke. "Ruff!"
Mayor Buttigieg and Rep. Gabbard, both 2020 presidential candidates, served in the armed forces.
He doesn't want Mueller's report on Russian interference made public until Clinton's emails are probed again.
The former senator pushed for the landmark 1972 federal law banning discrimination against women in college.
"At least Beto’s hand movements don’t include grabbing p%#$&, so he’s got that going for him," snarked one Twitter wit.
The commerce secretary faced scrutiny over the process he used to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. Two judges have already said it's illegal.
People on Twitter are noticing just how different the Texas politician is being treated from the female candidates.
The North Carolinian backs off after writing an op-ed decrying "executive overreach" in Trump's push for a border wall.
Comedian James Acaster’s hilarious admittance of utter defeat on Britain's “The Great Celebrity Bake Off” is resonating.
The actress allegedly paid $500,000 to bribe college officials on behalf of her daughters.
White employees "felt free" to use racial slurs and make jokes about nooses, according to a new lawsuit.
The Orlando Pride teammates kept their romance under wraps until this week.