In what will hopefully be the wildest story of the week, supposedly murdered Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko appeared at a press conference on Wednesday to shock the world with the news that that he is actually extremely alive. What!!!!!!????!??!!!!!????!!!!!!!
On Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted this succinct, convincing message about the ongoing investigation into his presidential campaign’s ties to the Russian government:
The Senate Judiciary Committee released thousands of pages of transcripts, texts, and emails related to the much-scrutinized June 2016 Trump Tower meeting today. For me, though, there is but one single page.
On Friday, the Democratic National Committee filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against virtually every individual or organization who may have played a role in the 2016 Russian email hacking scandal.
Earlier this week, Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley got in a bit of a tussle with White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow over American sanctions against Russia.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton famously warned voters against voting for Donald Trump because “A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons.” Now, we’ve learned that the person doing the actual baiting is, in fact, none other than President Trump himself.
A new study out this month found the problem of untraceable dark money ads on Facebook is far worse than previously thought.
Despite the fact that President Trump tweeted, in no uncertain terms, that American missiles “will be coming” to Syria, Sarah Huckabee Sanders reached deep into her bag of random phrasing on Wednesday to imply that we shouldn’t necessarily take the president’s word for it on this one, as “all options” remain on the…
President Donald Trump has called out his pal Vladimir Putin in an unusual criticism of the Russian president following a chemical weapons attack on a hospital Saturday in the Syrian city of Douma, in Eastern Ghouta.
This weekend, Donald Trump tweeted, “Fame & fortune will NEVER be turned down by a lawyer, though some are conflicted,” which is weirdly exactly what I whisper to myself in the mirror every time I prepare myself to go on a date with a lawyer.
Big news today out of the ever-shifting news blob that is the Donald Trump-Robert Mueller-Russia nexus: the president has lost his lawyer, John Dowd, who was the main person helping him navigate the special counsel investigation.
Government budgets are a clear indication of where our priorities are. And so far it appears that securing the integrity of U.S. elections isn’t as high a priority for Congress as doing pointless stuff on the U.S.-Mexico border.
It was leaked to the Washington Post on Tuesday night that, when Donald Trump congratulated Vladimir Putin for his re-election as president of Russia, he was holding briefing materials that had the words “DO NOT CONGRATULATE” written in all-caps on it. Ha ha ha. Then it was immediately leaked to reporters that Trump…
Russia has responded this weekend to a recent move by the United Kingdom to expel 23 Russian diplomats over the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter earlier this month.
Twitter has been under fire for months over Russian efforts to influence the 2016 election on its platform. Earlier this year, the company emailed 1.4 million users to let them know if they had interacted at all with accounts Twitter had identified as being part of said Russian efforts. Now comes its latest move in…
Sam Nunberg, who was an aide with Donald Trump’s presidential campaign before being fired, told The Washington Post on Monday that he would not comply with a subpoena to testify before a federal grand jury probing Russian interference in the 2016 election, preferring to face jail instead.
Hope Hicks, the 29-year-old former model turned White House communications director and one of the few non-family members who has stuck with Donald Trump since the early days of his campaign, told The New York Times on Wednesday that she is resigning after less than a year on the job.
Spending day after day on Twitter is a loathsome, exhausting task I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. Today’s reason: this tweet from almost-president Hillary Clinton.