Actor Curtis Armstrong is claiming in his forthcoming book that movie star Tom Cruise was at one time “a born-again Christian,” though he also asserts Cruise was quite promiscuous in the early years of his Hollywood career.
The city attorney for Ferguson, Missouri, has disclosed the settlement amount in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Michael Brown.
A public university professor posted an outright despicable Facebook comment Wednesday about Otto Warmbier, the American college student who died after being detained by North Korea for more than a year.
Ana Ramirez recently became the first undocumented student elected to Western Washington University’s Student Board of Directors, KING-TV reported.
Students and faculty at Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon, have accused student libertarian group Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) of being white supremacists and potential terrorists after holding a free speech event in April.
One Nebraska Democratic Party official lost his post after an audio recording revealed him saying he is “glad” House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) was shot last week during the Republicans’ congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia.
Several Christian organizations well known for their defense of traditional marriage have been labeled “hate groups” by GuideStar, one of the United States’ leading charity research groups.
When local residents got a gander at the summer reading list for an Alabama high school’s Advanced Placement Government/Economics class next year, they noticed a definite trend.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) declared Thursday that his state would not be funding any trips to four different states across the country because those states have what he says are “anti-LGBT laws.” Golden State employees will no longer be able to travel on any state-sponsored trips to Texas, Alabama, South Dakota, and Kentucky, bringing the total number of states banned to eight.
Former professional basketball player Dennis Rodman complained during an interview with ABC News on Friday that people don’t see “the good side” of North Korea.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) didn’t appear to let her foot off the gas on the heated political rhetoric even after the heinous, politically motivated shooting that targeted Republicans at a congressional baseball practice last week in Alexandria, Va.
Four Senate conservatives have voiced opposition to the new GOP Obamacare replacement bill in a joint statement.
New York Times reporters took to Twitter to try to debunk a burgeoning conspiracy theory surrounding pictures of former FBI Director James Comey entering the building that houses the offices of the New York Times.
A debate between Fox News panelists Jonah Goldberg and Mollie Hemingway grew uncharacteristically hostile over the reading of one tweet from President Donald Trump.
According to Politico, Democrats met to discuss the future of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi after the disastrous elections many hoped would demonstrate President Trump’s weaknesses, but did the opposite instead.
Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager John Podesta is scheduled to go before Congress and testify about his role in the alleged meddling in the U.S.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson broke into hysterical laughter while discussing immigration and job creation with former deputy press secretary for the Democratic National Committee on Thursday night’s airing of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” While speaking with Jose Aristimuno, the former DNC secretary claimed that Republican Karen Handel’s victory over Democrat Jon Ossoff was closer than Republicans would like, and that Democratic momentum is gaining for the House in 2018.
Actor Johnny Depp apparently thought it would be entertaining to joke about assassinating President Donald Trump during a Thursday appearance at Glastonbury, a U.K.-based performing arts festival.
MSNBC political analyst Elise Jordan said during a Thursday news segment that defending and “cozying” up to President Donald Trump is similar to “hugging a suicide bomber.” “My advice would just be to Republicans who do cozy up to him — it’s like hugging a suicide bomber,” she told host Craig Melvin.
In a very lengthy essay shared to his Facebook page, former President Barack Obama condemned the Senate’s health care bill on Thursday, calling the repeal and replacement of Obama’s Affordable Care Act “a core tenet” of the GOP.