The transgender female who freaked out on a GameStop clerk for uttering "sir" sat down for an on-camera interview — and Tiffany Moore apparently has no regrets for last month's headline-grabbing tirade.
Chaos briefly broke out on the floor of the House Thursday as Republicans accused Democrats of trying to pull a fast one with a hasty vote to end the partial shutdown. The drama began in the afternoon
Trump's grounding of Pelosi's plane sparks political outcry: ‘One sophomoric response does not deserve another’
President Trump’s decision Thursday to deny House Speaker Nancy Pelosi military aircraft for an overseas trip, seemingly in response to her request that he delay the upcoming State of the Union address,
Report: Google employees furious over use of the word 'family' during company meeting, call it 'homophobic'
Google employees were angry when an executive at the tech company used the word "family" during a weekly companywide presentation, The Daily Caller reported. The word was reportedly used during a discussion
ABC News’ “The View” has seen a resurgence in relevancy and popularity during Trump’s presidency, but the outspoken ladies attacked a different -- and perhaps unlikely -- politician on Wednesday when York
Mayor Lyndia Thomas and Mayor Pro Tem Beckie Hayes of Forest Hill, Texas, resigned Wednesday shortly before a public hearing to determine whether or not they had misused city funds for tickets to attend
LISBON (Reuters) - Britons living in Portugal will keep their residency rights and tourists won’t need a visa even in the event of a no-deal Brexit, and Lisbon hopes Britain would offer the same benefits
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., is lending her support to a movement that seeks to oust incumbent Democrats in favor of liberal replacements -- only adding to the tensions between the freshman and
MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace claimed on Tuesday that only one side of the aisle has problems dealing with racism. Last week, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, landed himself in hot water for racist remarks he made
MSNBC anchor suggests Lindsey Graham supports Trump only because he is being blackmailed over 'extreme' secret
An MSNBC host suggested Tuesday the only reason that Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is offering his seemingly endless support to President Donald Trump is because he is being blackmailed. What's the background?
Senators fell short in their effort to win support for a letter to Trump offering their commitment to a border security debate in return for reopening the government. A bipartisan effort to dig the government
This gives new meaning to the term “fake news.” The Washington Post warned Wednesday that fake copies of the paper are being distributed around Washington, D.C. Politico’s Ian Kullgren obtained one of