In February, Clinton expressed skepticism about a nuclear “modernization” plan that critics believe would heighten the risk of atomic warfare.
Throughout the software engineer’s bizarre downfall and remarkable comeback, his drug of choice has been a mystery — until now.
A term has been abused into meaninglessness.
As a general rule, heads of state don’t look to Hitler for good ideas.
The Republican nominee decides the best way to combat allegations of misogyny is to slut-shame the woman making them.
The Feds are phasing them out, and some states may soon follow. But Trump seems to be bullish on for-profit incarceration.
Yes, theoretically Trump could benefit from a tide of votes from white working-class voters. But he lacks the resources to get them registered.
Scandal in a swing state is the last thing he needs, but it looks like Floridians may give him a pass.
The studiously nonpartisan newspaper’s editorial board unanimously believes the Republican candidate is unfit for the office.
Positive Train Control software is required to be installed on all U.S. passenger trains by the end of 2018.
The new law applies only to single-user bathrooms; segregating these facilities by gender, its sponsor says, “defies common sense.”
It’s not registered to solicit donations in New York.
The de Blasio administration insists that without its assistance programs, the numbers would be even worse.
The Category 1 storm is currently in the Caribbean Sea.
Maybe she prefers pie.
PornHub saw a 16 percent drop in its usual Monday-night traffic during the first presidential debate.
Today it was the House Financial Services Committee’s turn, and they had fun.
At an MSNBC town hall, Gary Johnson revealed that he cannot, off the top of his head, name a single foreign leader.
At a time where Clinton urgently needs “Sanders holdouts” to get onboard, he is coming to her aid.