How the statistics were compiled. As if you need to know the so-called president is full of it.
The attacks on Beto O'Rourke as a former punk rocker have done nothing to hurt his campaign against Ted Cruz. The GOP is doing the same thing to Antonio Delgado, a congressional candidate in upstate New York.
A Virginia state senator is spreading bizarre conspiracy theories on behalf of the Assad government.
Trump won't fire Kelly if he's the one who wrote that op-ed.
The man's actions don't seem to have a right-left bias, but that never stops conservatives.
Mainstream media attempts to whitewash Republican complicity with Trump.
These are much worse numbers than the president has seen in a while.
Shorter GOP Senate: "We'll keep the White Supremacist segregationist name, thanks."
There's fine reporting and writing in The New York Times. Then there's this piece on Duncan Hunter that's meant to be read as a straight news story, but that acts largely as a brief for his defense.
Turns out after sticking with them for far too long, Republicans don't like losers and fools.
You libtards think the real scandals involve Donald Trump and his inner circle, but according to the Washington Examiner's Steven Nelson, here's what you should be asking...
Maria Bartiromo stood at the ready to rehabilitate Rudy with the assistance of Dershowitz, who wouldn't necessarily know truth if it smacked him in the face.
Junior is obviously a star because being linked to pro-Russia is a badge of honor on the right.
In case you thought the right wing actually cares which woman they're demonizing, guess again.
Nothing like a couple of Republicans in charge of the henhouse.