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"They went after the women who came forward and accused him."
Leeann Tweeden said she and the senator were working together during a USO tour.
Breitbart News is headquartered in a basement of the $2.3 million Washington, D.C. home.
People are more likely to bail early on their opposite-party family members, researchers find.
He doesn’t just understand the news cycle. He understands the psychology.
Cable network stops running liberal billionaire's ad just days after president criticized it.
Magazine gathered 40 interviews from across politics and the media to document the moment.
Though the interruption was brief, people on the social platform still reacted with shock and humor.
Congress finds evidence that foreign political meddling extended beyond digital forums.
The Dems dare call it "treason."
By K.S. Bruce
Are you ‘Small Town America’ or a ‘Post Grad Nest Builder’?
'If he fails, the country is in jeopardy…Why would you want that?'
Host has taken his serious, politically-minded rhetoric far beyond the healthcare debate.
Comedian mocks the plan's lack of funding and 'really tough, really big, really great advertising.'
He told the same dirty joke to multiple women.
The former president’s representative says he “made a mistake.”
'Why are you talking about tax cuts when you should be talking about treason?'
The response on social media was predictably partisan.
In 'Republican Like Me,' Ken Stern details how the web has elevated extremist voices in the party.
The musician told Howard Stern he’s staying out of politics.