Don't get your hopes up about Alexander, or any other Republican for that matter, doing the right thing.
In the midst of his impeachment trial, Donald Trump is suggesting he will expand the travel ban to even more countries.
Color us not-at-all-shocked that Trump 2020 lies in ways we can actually fact check. They just don't care.
Your right-wing uncle already doesn't believe this happened the way the Times said it happened, thanks to wingers online.
By next week Trump will say that "the Iranians were targeting four ... now they're telling me six embassies." Or maybe he'll say eight. Or ten.
The problem isn't Trump. The problem isn't members of Congress who cling to Trump. The problem is their voters.
Bots are spreading disinformation online about Australia bushfires.
Mitch McConnell doesn't believe Democrats have any concerns that he and his party are bound to respect. Rebuffing Democrats empowers him.
Uh oh... War skeptic Tucker Carlson may have to abandon his, um, principles.
We've been told that the church shooting in White Settlement, Texas, was ended quickly by a good guy with a gun, but the real story is different.
If you're going to write an obituary of Don Imus, do a better job than AP did.
Once again, Andrew Sullivan tries to position himself as an eclectic thinker possessing a rare level of insight that both conventional liberals and conservatives lack.
I guess I should be impressed that Mark Galli, the editor in chief of Christianity Today, has written an editorial for the magazine that calls for President Trump's removal from office. But I can't help noting this fact about Galli.
Trump thinks he's a great communicator. He actually is a better communicator than the Democrats' current front-runner. He also has a firm belief in his own intimidation skills. So yes, he will debate.
It must be the socialists who did it! Never mind the criminal acts of a lawless president, it's that girl from New York and her pals.