Hillary Clinton dismisses the idea that the Democratic primary was rigged for her in her 2016 election memoir What Happened, which has been praised by numerous reviewers as a “candid” examination of her run for the White House.
President Donald Trump acted relaxed Wednesday as he chatted about current legal controversies swirling around Washington, D.C.
The former chief U.S. Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times admits in her new book to having made monthly donations to Planned Parenthood during the 40 years she worked at the paper, despite insisting her coverage always remained objective.
Former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his longtime business partner Rick Gates were told to surrender to federal authorities on Monday as the first to be charged in a special counsel investigation.
The New York Times is shocked that retired four-star Marine general John Kelly has “strong feelings on patriotism,” in a new profile attempting to sound the alarm against the president’s chief of staff.
President Donald Trump’s interview with Fox Business host Lou Dobbs airing Wednesday night will be his 19th with the right-leaning news network since taking office, surpassing the 18 interviews he has done with all other outlets combined.
The New York Times on Friday released new social media guidelines for its reporters, requiring them to avoid any actions that would lead to perceptions of bias or otherwise damage the paper’s reputation.
A former Democratic congressman who sought to impeach George W. Bush doubts current Democratic efforts to impeach Donald Trump will work, saying he does not know if there is a “sufficient case” to merit it.
The New York Times on Tuesday announced the hire of a new “gender editor,” a role focused on reimagining the news “through an intersectional lens.”