He may be leaving as Speaker of the House, but he will not rest until he sees Baby Boomers die penniless and hungry.
Glossing right over the ridiculous tax cuts, Paul Ryan vows to keep on his mission to destroy the social safety net.
A segment called "For Fact's Sake." And we know they mean that in the nicest way possible.
Ali Velshi reviews Trump's ridiculous tax plan. And Stephanie Ruhle calls Trump a liar, again.
If this interview with Hannity was to demonstrate Trump's sanity, it failed.
Before there was "fake news," there was the Tea Party.
In a CNBC interview, Trump suggested that buyers of US bonds would have to take a haircut if interest rates go up.
John Oliver tries to explain Puerto Rico's crippling national debt with an assist from Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda
Republicans are only to happy to remind you about everything they hate about taxes and the IRS. But here are 10 things they'd prefer you'd not know for Tax Day.
Jesse Watters harasses Cornell students until their media relations director kicks him to the curb.
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