Lurking in the singer’s 1990s discography are veiled hints that she may have always had Trumpian moments.
Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian American Council, is convinced that a new war is on the cards.
A lawsuit filed by parents of those killed in the 2012 massacre means the Infowars host might finally have to face the consequences of his actions.
It was more than just a superlative performance: her blockbuster headline set had enormous cultural significance in the midst of Trump's America.
Stormy Daniels appeared in court for a hearing in the case against Michael Cohen, Trump’s long-time attorney, whose home was raided last week by the FBI.
An unforced error by Trump's incoming secretary of state may have removed even the meagre possibility of a meaningful response to Assad's atrocities.
Arguing against intervention, Jeremy Corbyn chose to quote James Mattis rather than John Bolton.
Senior Republican Paul Ryan is quitting politics. Will Randy Bryce aka the “Iron Stache” replace him?
Mark Zuckerberg's supposed blockbuster grilling by Congress was the bust it was always going to be, and he went home victorious largely by default.
The influential Republican suffered many indignities at Trump’s hands, but gritted his teeth and achieved the tax cuts of his dreams.
As always with Trump’s morning tweetstorms, the chain of custody for the idea is not difficult to track.