Interpol chief Meng Hongwei took a trip to his native country and disappeared.
After a year and some amazing reporting, 4 members of a California white supremacy gang were arrested for rioting and violence in Virginia.
Her speech sounded like Mitch McConnell wrote it. It must feel good for her to be in with the in-crowd.
NRA TV's manly man, Grant Stinchfield couldn't find an adequate excuse for the wanton shooting of seven cops, so he resorted to the old standby.
Dave Daubenmire clearly has an addled brain from too much testosterone. Sexually profiled? What?
He would like us to understand that he was defending himself against "vicious allegations."
Heidi Heitkamp is in a vulnerable spot. The safe move would have been to vote for Brett Kavanaugh, but she's standing firm.
Michelle Malkin appears to be desperate to be relevant again.
That's not cognitive dissonance; it's just Republicans being Republicans.
Mark Taylor, coincidentally, has a sham movie premiering this week featuring his sham prophecy.
Steve Schmidt had no patience for Lindsey Graham and his fauxtrage.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders tried to deflect the question over to Bill Clinton's accusers rather than face the truth of the question before her.
Sniveling toady Senator Lindsey Graham took his inner misogynist out and laid it on the table for everyone to see.
Activists imploring Senator David Perdue to reconsider his support of Brett Kavanaugh were given a rude warning while he ignored their pleas.
Senator Jeff Flake agreed to vote Brett Kavanaugh out of committee, but with the demand that the floor vote be delayed for one week for an FBI investigation.