The net neutrality debate is a complicated one, so naturally many of the loudest voices against its repeal last year resorted to doomsday rhetoric.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R.) took himself out of the running to be President Donald Trump’s chief of staff on Friday, calling it an honor but saying it was not the “right time for me or my family.”
Former Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff is considering a 2020 run for the U.S. Senate in Georgia.
MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell offered a scathing assessment of First Lady Melania Trump on Thursday, tweeting all one needed to know about her was she joined the Trump family willingly.
Journalist Ronan Farrow likened former President Bill Clinton in a new profile to two of the most high-profile names brought down in the #MeToo movement against powerful men accused of sexual harassment: Harvey Weinstein and Charlie Rose.
Santa Claus was not particularly jolly, at least for one night in England.
Tennessee Rep.-elect Mark Green (R.) told constituents at a town hall Tuesday that vaccines may cause autism and said he would challenge the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention once in office to get the “real data” on the subject.