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The what-me-worry West Wing view is: Mueller’s verdict is already in, immigration chaos is a strategy, and 2020 is almost in the bag.
Who told on Trump? Was Barr’s summary accurate? What about that other Trump Tower meeting? Mueller knows all—if only Barr will let him reveal it.
A 1989 memo Barr wrote summarizing the “principal conclusions” of a D.O.J. ruling apparently left out several of those principal conclusions.
Wait—how many people watched The Umbrella Academy, according to the streaming service?
Truly what is time, and how does it work.
Buy yourself something nice, sweet cheeks.
Former television hosts and network personalities say they are persona non grata after settling high-profile lawsuits against serial sexual harassers. Is blacklisting the next legal battleground?
One artist and entrepreneur might have lost out on the 90s revival because of his brand name, and the Supreme Court is on it.
As Paris reels from the tragic fire that devastated the 856-year-old cathedral, we look back at the landmark’s most memorable onscreen appearances—from Before Sunset to Charade.
Meanwhile, the Russo brothers plead with fans not to spoil the final film in the Avengers saga.
Appearing with her future Star Wars co-star Adam Driver in Burn This, Russell said she related to a story about people who want their lives to “feel big and important and creative.”
Some current and former staffers who spoke to Mueller are experiencing “breakdown-level anxiety” over whether their names or identifying details will appear in the report.
Two House committees have subpoenaed the lender for all the information it has on the president and the bank appears poised to turn it over.
“Our hearts go out to you and the people of France more than you can ever know.”
From meeting with the president to campaigning against gun violence, the reality star has been telegraphing a shift for some time now.
The network is playing the waiting game with some of its most popular shows.
As the sun rose over Paris, and the cathedral’s bell towers remained, there was some cause for optimism Tuesday.
The president’s campaign is spending big to show “nativist” Facebook ads to older voters. Will they return the favor by handing him a victory?