On the day a new article is published with six more accusers, Les Moonves negotiates his lucrative exit from CBS.
Vice President Mike Pence told CBS News over the weekend that he "would be willing" to sit for an interview with agents from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
What the heck, CBS? Who is writing your headlines, Karl Rove?
Generally, we shouldn't look to a powerful, rich, white male for guidance on the #MeToo events of the day. This is different. This is Stephen Colbert.
Trump's friends on Fox News Channel weren't the only ones doing their best to muddy the waters for the Mueller investigation this Sunday.
Ahead of Donald Trump's meeting with Putin, his boss, Trump labels the EU "a foe"
Gowdy Says Hearings Should Be Private After Peter Strzok Nukes Him On Live TV: 'Public Hearings Are A Circus'
House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) argued on Sunday that private hearings are more effective because "public hearings are a circus."
Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's personal attorney, on Sunday claimed that the White House policy on separating immigrant children from their parents is "not dissimilar" to policies enacted by Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
Rep. Will Hurd of Texas told Face the Nation host Margaret Brennan it would be a “terrible” political move for Trump to pardon himself, but had nothing to say about what he or his party would actually do about it if he did.
This is the same man who led the Benghazi witch hunt against Hillary Clinton.
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