Manhattan Republicans Are Defending Their Invitation To A Violent Far-Right Group
Friday's speech by Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes was “a bit edgy,” the club conceded, while a past president mourned the decline of an “Upper East Side genteel club.”
At Least 12 People Have Died And More Than 180 Are Injured After An Earthquake Struck Haiti
The magnitude 5.9 earthquake is the most destructive to hit Haiti since 2010.
Kanye West Went On A Pro-Trump Rant On “SNL” Wearing A MAGA Hat And People Booed
“If I was concerned about racism I would’ve moved out of America a long time ago,” Kanye said as cast members looked on awkwardly.
Kellyanne Conway Said She’s A Survivor Of Sexual Assault
“I don’t expect Judge Kavanaugh or Jake Tapper or Jeff Flake or anybody to be held responsible for that. You have to be responsible for your own conduct.”
Senate Republicans Still Think Outside Counsel Was A Good Idea, Even If Her Five-Minute Segments Were Awkward
Republicans ceded their time to outside counsel to question Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh, rather than having 11 male senators do it.
Do Senate Republicans Still Think Anita Hill Was Lying? They Won't Say.
The shadow of 1991 looms over the Senate. And conservative commentators still don't believe Hill.
The House Just Passed A Bill To Prevent Another Death Toll Disaster Like In Puerto Rico
There are currently no national standards on how to count deaths related to natural disasters. Miscounting can lead those left behind to lose out on federal assistance.
Republicans Are Already Planning To Vote On Kavanaugh Next Week, Even Before The Hearing With His Accuser
Senators have been told to expect to stay in Washington through the weekend to fast-track Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.
On The Anniversary Of Hurricane Maria, The Trump Administration Doesn’t Acknowledge The Thousands Who Died In Puerto Rico
Ben Carson met with Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and talked about the recovery effort, without mentioning the thousands of hurricane-related deaths.
12 Million Bottles Of Water Were Abandoned For Months In Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico
The US government for the first time tried to explain how so much water was left exposed to the elements for months in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
The Trump Administration Transferred Millions Of Dollars From FEMA To ICE Ahead Of Hurricane Season
A document obtained by Sen. Jeff Merkley shows the transfer of funds by the Department of Homeland Security.
More Than 2,000 Puerto Ricans Applied For Funeral Assistance After Hurricane Maria. FEMA Approved Just 75.
The letter from FEMA to Sen. Elizabeth Warren was made public the same day that President Donald Trump called the federal response to Hurricane Maria “an incredible unsung success.”
Comedian Drew Michael Doesn't Regret Using The Word "Faggot" In A 2011 Blog Post
Michael talked to BuzzFeed News' Profile host Audie Cornish about his past as an artist and addressed Louis C.K.'s comeback.
Two Players Kneeled For The National Anthem Sunday, Drawing Trump's Ire
The NFL’s rule forcing players to stand during the anthem is suspended after the players union filed a grievance.
Trump Says He Did A “Fantastic Job” In Puerto Rico — The Day After It Was Revealed Nearly 3,000 People Died
Trump also claimed, falsely, that the island was already without power before hurricanes Irma and Maria hit.
Puerto Rico Changed The Hurricane Maria Death Toll From 64 To Nearly 3,000 People
Researchers also found residents weren’t adequately prepared and that doctors were confused about how to classify the dead.
A Comedian Apologized After Students At Purdue University Accused Him Of Sexually Harassing A Student During His Routine
Comedian Andy Gross was performing a stand-up routine at Purdue University that students say involved sexually harassing an audience member.
Puerto Rico Has Finally Acknowledged That Over 1,400 People Likely Died Because Of Hurricane Maria
The US territory's government has for months kept the official death toll at 64, despite plenty of evidence to the contrary.
Asylum-Seekers Held In A Federal Prison Say They're Being Denied Religious Freedoms
More than a hundred men being held at an Oregon federal corrections facility have been restricted from praying and wearing religious clothing, lawyers say.