Trea Turner is another option.
I begged Sen. Jeff Flake to listen to my story.
Trump’s lawyers in the Russia probe face criticism that they are outmatched, but the president has bonded with them and by most accounts is satisfied.
The billionaire already put the site out of business. Now he wants what's left of it.
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
Months from a planned parliamentary contest, Afghanistan’s electoral reform is in disarray.
Is it Mitch McConnell's party — or Sean Hannity's?
A trusting young woman just disappeared in August. This week, Brooke Crews pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder.
“I've decided it's incumbent upon me to set the record straight,” Spicer said on the Hannity show Monday night.
Wintrich, a White House correspondent for Gateway Pundit, was charged with breach of peace after he tried to retrieve speech notes that were taken by a protester.
Apple is likely after its data.
"Fake news would tell you we don't care for Jews,” she said.
In a statement, they said: “We are heartbroken by this attack on our city today and by the allegations being made against our family.”
Many readers asked for a fact check of Nancy Pelosi's tweet on a concealed-weapons bill that passed the House.
Thompson infamously lost a three-shot lead during the final round of a major this year after a viewer emailed tournament officials to point out a subtle violation she had committed in the previous round.
Kimmel scolded Congress for letting CHIP funding expire, leaving millions of children in danger of losing health insurance.
Putin's whirlwind tour of the region is a sign of the times.
A woman who wants to get in touch with her biological father has a lot to sort out.
The NFL commissioner added that Kaepernick was “always welcome” to come to the league's headquarter for a meeting.
The two-minute video of Nathan Mathis speaking outside a Roy Moore rally struck a nerve, traveling far and wide as a sort of emotional coda to a wrenching senate race in Alabama that has captivated the country.
His wounds are said to be not life-threatening.
The political journalist vigorously denied the allegations, calling the decision to terminate him “a terrible mistake.”
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has now tapped his fourth leader of the Chicago school district.