I know you’re shocked!
I know you’re shocked!
A handful of Democratic House members have invited sexual assault survivors as their guests to the State of the Union address at the end of this month.
The Trump administration has made major headway toward allowing states to impose work requirements for Medicaid recipients, tying the two together for the first time in the program’s 52-year history.
Missouri’s newly elected Republican Gov. Eric Greitens, who ran in part on a platform of family values, on Wednesday admitted to having an extramarital affair three years ago with a married woman, but denied allegations that he blackmailed her. He assumed office last January.
Another fun day of reading the news and enjoying the internet!
“Representative Shooter repeatedly referred to his male genitalia as a ‘gun,’” Arizona Representative Wenona Benally wrote on Twitter in November. Bennally was one of the numerous women and one man who has now accused Republican Representative Don Shooter, the name of a real man and not a cartoon character, of sexual…
A federal judge has thwarted Donald Trump’s efforts to end DACA, the Obama-era protections for undocumented immigrants who entered the country as minors, in part thanks to Trump’s own tweets.
Tom Steyer, an unfathomably rich man and a major Democratic political donor, is pumping millions of dollars into voter outreach efforts with the goal of impeaching Donald Trump.
Track Palin, eldest son of Sarah, has pleaded not guilty to a felony charge for allegedly breaking into his family’s home last month and assaulting his father over a truck.
Why won’t Ivanka Trump stop sharing opinions so obviously antithetical to her actual beliefs? I don’t know, but she’s at it again, this time praising Oprah’s show-stopper of a speech delivered at last night’s Golden Globes.
Susie Tompkins Buell, an entrepreneur, major liberal donor, and Hillary Clinton’s bestie, is considering pulling financial support for lawmakers who called on former Sen. Al Franken to resign over allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct.
Stephen Miller, an angry, obnoxious teen masquerading as an adult man, sat down for an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper Sunday afternoon. The interview did not go well, to put it mildly, and when Tapper pressed Miller on some of the depictions of the Trump administration in the new Michael Wolff tell-all Fire and…
Donald Trump made a series of memorable tweets last week, but somewhere between taunting North Korea with the threat of nuclear war and declaring himself a “stable genius,” the President used his favorite bully pulpit to announce he’d be handing out awards to the “Fake News Media” for all the very dishonest and unfair…
Typically the GOP is known for the political zingers, but on Saturday the Democratic Party tried its hand at Photoshop. The resulting relatable meme-hopeful popped up on the official Democratic Party’s Twitter feed:
The president, a hollow sac of human flesh equipped with an idiot word generator, strung together a lot of stupid phrases this news cycle, including tweeting, unprompted, that he is not stupid, but we can ride that out (nuclear button tweets and irreversible global warming notwithstanding). Someday the Trump wallpaper…
On Wednesday, a fire destroyed the home of Tina Johnson, a woman who alleged that Roy Moore sexually harassed her and “grabbed my behind” in his office. According to Alabama’s unofficial election night results, Roy Moore carried Etowah County, where she lives, by 58%.
Not many things amuse me these days, and I can’t quite explain why, but this photo sure does.
The White House may see a mass exodus of staffers in the coming weeks. Axios reports that in the wake of Michael Wolff’s tell-all book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, “[m]ore than half a dozen of the more skilled White House staff are contemplating imminent departures,” and “[m]any leaving are quite…