"Dodd-Frank has wreaked havoc. Dodd-Frank was sold to the American people to stop ‘too big to fail.’ How has that worked out?"
The Syrian Democratic Forces said this week they've taken more than 80 percent of Raqqa, and McGurk declared "the end is now in sight."
Slavery simulation angers parents.
They all do the Kimmel three-step.
Pandas, Chardonnay, and shaving habits...
McCain says "in good conscience" he can't support his BFF's bill; Graham says friendship with McCain "is not based on how he votes."
What fun! After watching 300-pound men wearing pink shoes in October, November can be all about politics.
"Calling a bill that KEEPS most of Obamacare 'repeal' doesn't make it true. That's what the swamp does," Rand fires back after president's jab.
Those who hold tightly to such fears and bigotry should grow up already.
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Religious groups, elected officials call on Trump to rescind the Obama-era regulations.
North Korean dictator responds to Trump's UN speech: "We will consider with seriousness exercising of a corresponding, highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history."
Unless there's a Bond villain with a hurricane-controlling ray, these will continue to be natural disasters.
Pastor responds to the suggestion that "people bring petrol down and set the church on fire."
Prosecutors allege the trio made and promoted video interviews with al-Qaeda leaders in Syria.
Asked if he would "reconcile" with Turkish autocrat on "the Kurdish issue," Trump replied, "We'll be discussing many issues -- many issues."
Japan's prime minister says at UN sidelines meeting that "dialogue for the sake of dialogue would not produce anything."
"Impeachment is about whatever Congress says it is."
Valerie Plame's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.